BPM Standards Update

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ASAP is a web services protocol that can be used to access a generic service that might take a long time to complete - for example services that last from minutes to months in duration. The service being invoked might be fully automated, a manual task that a person performs, or any mixture of the two. This capability to handle both automated and manual activities is what makes ASAP particularly suited for B2B and intra-organizational service request scenarios.

Wf-XML 2.0, from the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) extends this to include BPM & workflow interchange capabilities.

ASAP is a web services protocol that can be used to access a generic service that might take a long time to complete - for example services that last from minutes to months in duration. The service being invoked might be fully automated, a manual task that a person performs, or any mixture of the two. This capability to handle both automated and manual activities is what makes ASAP particularly suited for B2B and intra-organizational service request scenarios.

Wf-XML 2.0, from the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) extends this to include BPM & workflow interchange capabilities. A business process engine is a special type of asynchronous service: it has the ability to be started, to involve people in that process, and to complete some time later. One BPM engine can be easily linked to another BPM engine using Wf-XML. Wf-XML extends ASAP by including the ability to retrieve the process definition, and to monitor the current state of a running process instance.

Please join us for a comprehensive preview of the ASAP/Wf-XML 2.0 web protocol demo.

The live ASAP/Wf-XML 2.0 web protocol demonstration will take place at BrainStorm's Business Process Management Conference in San Francisco, June 22-23, both in front of an audience and online with observers around the world.

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