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SCXML : Event Generation and Dynamic Creation of Statechart

From: Sheth Raxit <raxit@phonologies.com>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 11:34:33 +0530
Message-ID: <4439F571.5060204@phonologies.com>
To: www-voice@w3.org, James.Barnett@Aspect.com, bond@research.att.com, Alfred.S.Gilman@IEEE.org

Respected  James,Greg,Gilman and other VBVG Members,

With reference to previous posts, One of the point is to Generate Event 
and related stuff while processing <invoke>, I think that this is 
somewhat  like (or can be modeled as)  what  Greg has mentioned ( in 
this post 
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-voice/2006JanMar/0040.html ),  
issue ,"Dynamic Creation of Statecharts".

I think (but not much sure )that <invoke> can be modeled as , Dynamic 
Creation of new State (with new State-Id) and call to appropriate 
services, and as  actuall call is madeup from new state, with new 
stateid, What Gilman has suggested the concepts of Event would now apply 
to this New-State, and this new-state now would do all the event 
handling and related stuff.

when SCXML Engine hits <invoke>
1. Dynamically Create new state, (with unique State Id)
2. Make appropriate stuff to call Service,
3. Call the Service,
4. Do Event Handling for the Events arrived from services,


Would it  be Semantically equivalent of Event-related stuff (suggested 
by Gilman),  ?

Any thought on this issue ?


Thanks,
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Raxit Sheth

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Raxit Sheth
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Raxit@Phonologies.com

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