Hi! ActiveBpel engine can be easily deployed on Apache Tomcat 5.x (I use 5.0.28 currently) by running install.sh (in linux os) in activebpel-5.0.2 package (which can be downloaded from http://www.activevos.com/community-open-source-engine-download.php). Note that CATALINA_HOME must be defined prior to installation.
You can deploy your .bpr archives into CATALINA_HOME/bpr folder. After starting tomcat, examine http://localhost:8080/BpelAdmin/deployed_processes.jsp where your deployed process should be in the list.
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Two articles about Orion that i want to note down:
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This is a good book on semantic web..
Hello again! Activevos (http://www.activevos.com/) is a very good starting point for BPEL if you are a newbie! The documentation and online help is great. You are able to visually design your process, simulate it, deploy it and debug remotely inside eclipse. I will give the details later when I complete my BPEL report at work :)
By the way, Activevos Designer is an expensive :( commercial product. However 30-day trial is available. Activevos Engine is free and it can be deployed on Apache Tomcat 5.x. Currently, I am about to evaluate Eclipse Designer and maybe Apache ODE as BPEL engine..
This maybe a trivial task, but it stole so much time from me !! So, lets note what works:
1.) Add the following update sites:
http://download.eclipse.org/technology/subversive/0.7/update-site/ * Subversive plug-in update site
Hi! Once upon a time in Ankara :), we were responsible for converting a ship fatigue assesment Fortran program to C++. The output of the program was a huge list of floating points and we were supposed to support 6 digit precision after the decimal point for the output. Unfortunately, due to the undeterminism of rounding of floats, we could succeed to support up to 5 digits. This is a good explanation about that: http://blogs.msdn.com/shawnhar/archive/2009/03/25/is-floating-point-math-deterministic.aspx