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Re: [jawe] Some very basic questions regardin jawe.


>
> Hi,
>
> I  am  quite new to Jawe and have some questions regarding how Jawe
> manages the data. I prefer to give an example of what I want.
>
> I  want  a  very  simple process where at some stage a participant needs
> to introduce  a  binary file, for example a text file. Can I describe
> any kind of external data at a package or Process level?. I assume this
> data must be saved  in an external application. Can I define that this
> data is neccesary for an activity to finish?.
>
> To  be  honest I am a little lost with the external/internal data in
> Jawe : -/.
>
> Many thanks, I think Jawe is a top editor!
>
>
> Gabriel Gaminde Perez
> Dpto. de Sistemas de Información y Telecomunicaciones
> Information Systems & Telecommunications Dept.
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Hi,

I think that your problem is mostly the problem of organizing how all the
system will work (the document management part, the workflow engine that
will be used, the worklisthandler application, ...) and then you should
know how to write XPDLs.
JaWE has nothing to do with some external data, it just writes XPDL
definitions which will be interpreted by the engine. As I know, you can't
generally set in XPDL that activity can be finished only if some data
exists or it is set to some particular value (in some engines, you can
maybe do it by using some particular ToolAgent and ExtendedAttributes).
You could redefine your XPDL, and instead of saying that activity can't
finish if some variable is not set, you can write transition conditions
that will not allow to go further if some variable doesn't have some
particular value.

Thanks for the kind words,
Sasa.






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