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[ann] Process Modeling - WSDL2DAML-S Converter

From: Naveen Srinivasan <naveen@cs.cmu.edu>
Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:26:26 -0500
To: www-ws@w3.org
Message-ID: <000b01c3a939$b926e5b0$e1bd0280@cimds.ri.cmu.edu>

Hello all,
 
     We are happy to announce an extension to our WSDL2DAML-S tool. We have
added process modeling feature to our WSDL2DAML-S tool. After converting
WSDL to DAML-S, you can model composite processes using the generated atomic
processes. 

 Tool is available at  : http://www.daml.ri.cmu.edu/wsdl2damls/

Instructions for using the tool:
1. Convert your WSDL to DAML-S using our WSDL2DAML-S tool. (If you need the
generated DAML-S files please download before proceeding)
2. After conversion process, you will find a ‘compose’ button at the bottom
of the page. Click the compose button. 
3. You will find a list of atomic processes in the generated DAML-S files.
You will also find an array of buttons to perform various actions like
adding and deleting a composite process (sequence, split, choice), adding
and deleting process model, etc.
4. Model new composite processes by clicking the appropriate buttons.
5. After you are done with your modeling click the ‘submit’ button
6.  A new process.daml will be generated. 


Thanks,
Atlas Group 
Carnegie Mellon University
Received on Wednesday, 12 November 2003 11:29:33 GMT

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