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RE: FW: BPSS_f2f_june03.ppt

From: Jean-Jacques Dubray <jjd@eigner.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 10:08:33 -0400
To: "'Monica J. Martin'" <monica.martin@sun.com>, "'Anders W. Tell'" <opensource@toolsmiths.se>
Cc: "'Martin Chapman'" <martin.chapman@oracle.com>, <public-ws-chor@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000801c33735$7007a750$2278050a@JJD>

Another big advantage of using MOF is that you can readily store the
corresponding definitions (e.g. choreography definitions) in a MOF
compliant repository which are standard components.

There is also very little constraints (as I understand it) to take a
metamodel and make it MOF compliant.


>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: public-ws-chor-request@w3.org
>>On Behalf Of Monica J. Martin
>>Sent: Freitag, 20. Juni 2003 09:28
>>To: Anders W. Tell
>>Cc: Martin Chapman; public-ws-chor@w3.org
>>Subject: Re: FW: BPSS_f2f_june03.ppt
>>>> mm1: What is your view Anders, in the context of your area of
>>>> expertise and/or as a member of this team?
>>> View of what Monica? You know my view of next maintenance release of
>>> BPSS which I posted in appropriate BPSS team forum. I dont want to
>>> burden this with out of scope issues.
>>mm1: Your answer below is what I was looking for: (1) Rationale for
>>consideration of MOF, (2) Your work and the ongoing work of UML 2.0
>>> I can share one view with you that may interest this groups and that
>>> is how I prefer to create meta models. Its the same principle Ive
>>> for BPSS and CoreComponents.
>>> I have a strong preference to create meta models based on MOF which
>>> the same meta meta model used to define UML. By using MOF I can
>>> java API's, XML Schema, reading writing source code automatically
>>> using standardized specifications. Kind of nifty since all I have to
>>> do is create one single file and the rest us generated
>>> The manipilation java binary code is actually generated on te fly
>>> loading the metamodel.  The best is that all is open source !
>>> ........
>>mm1: If you raise concerns, explanations such as these will be helpful
>>for the group to evaluate what formalisms they deem appropriate for
>>their area of interest.
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