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Re: OASIS BPEL and W3C Choreography WG

From: N C Narendra <ncnaren@india.hp.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 11:37:00 +0530
Message-ID: <3EA62D83.994E7C4F@india.hp.com>
To: public-ws-chor@w3.org
Cc: "Cummins, Fred A" <fred.cummins@eds.com>
Hi:

Fred has raised good points. I see the BPEL vs Choreography effort as similar
to that of workflow technology vs agent technology, respectively. I'm enclosing
one of my earlier papers on how these technologies can be modeled together. In
fact, my paper adopts an approach similar to that enunciated by Fred.

After reading the discussions about defining conversations and choreographies,
I feel that the ideas in my paper can be useful here. Hence I look forward to
feedback on my paper.

Thanks a lot.

best regards,
-NCN

> There is potential conflict between the efforts of the Choreography WG and
> the OASIS effort on WSBPEL.  I suggest that we should find a way to be
> complementary.  This certainly is a more productive use of my time--I am
> participating in both as a matter of business necessity.
>
> The first step is to focus choreography on the external exchange and the
> specification of the language which will be used to publish choreographies
> as a basis for agreement on exchange protocols.
>
> We should encourage the BPEL effort to focus on the internal processes that
> complement the choreography. A BPEL appication should incorporate a
> choreography specification and specify processes that will support or comply
> with the choreography.  The BPEL may then comprehend an enterprise haveing
> one or more related processes that incorporate multiple choreographies to
> accomplish broader business objectives.
>
> Fred Cummins
> EDS

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