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RE: Jawe: Important JaWE improvements


Hi Giuseppe,

it works fine on my machine, but we plan to introduce the configuration file 
where you could change some JaWE settings (default starting language, size of 
activities, colors, ...). Meanwhile, you can change the color within the file 
ParticipantRenderer.java (line 55).

Sasa.

Giuseppe Laurita <giuseppe.laurita@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote :

> Great work,
> but please, change the "free text expression partecipant" background 
> color...
> because is the same gray of lines (connectors)... or it seems on my machine.
> 
> giuseppe
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sasa Bojanic [mailto:sasaboy@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: martedì 20 maggio 2003 13.58
> To: jawe@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Jawe: Important JaWE improvements
> 
> 
> Hi,
> 
> let me describe the latest JaWE improvements available at the CVS:
> 
> 1. introduced the "free-text expression participant"
> This participant is used to create activities which performer is some
> expression. When you put some generic activity into such participant, you 
> can
> edit its performer field, and enter what ever you like (including nothing).
> Such activity will be written to XPDL with its performer field value equal 
> to
> the one you entered, or if you didn't enter anything -> activity will not 
> have
> a performer element written in XPDL.
> 
> 2. changed mouse double-click use 
> Now it opens the property dialog for selected item (previously it was used 
> to
> enter process, subflow and block activity content).
> 
> 3. introduced XPDL preview of graphs you've created
> You can always switch to the XPDL view of the graphs you are creating. When 
> you
> are at the "package level", you can see the whole package definition in 
> exact
> form as it will be written to the XPDL when you save your document. When you
> are at the "process level", you can see the process definition part of XPDL 
> as
> it will be written to the XPDL. And when you are at the "block activity 
> level",
> you can see the definition of ActivitySet as it will be written to the XPDL.
> 
> 
> Have anyone tried the LDAP feature of JaWE??? 
> I think this is a great feature! One can connect the LDAP server of its
> organization and create processes using the real user logins for Ids. When 
> such
> a process is enacted by the engine, the engine could also browse the LDAP
> server for the certain users, so you do not have to do participant->real 
> user
> mapping. Also the engine could be realized such that it connects the LDAP
> server when user want to log in, to check it's username and password.
> 
> We would be very grateful if Harald and Gilles (or maybe someone else) could
> update the German and French property files. Also it would be great if 
> someone
> can create the property files for other languages. The Huijun Yang started 
> to
> implement Chinese property file, can we expect something soon???.
> 
> Regards,
> Sasa.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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