The need for automatic support of business processes that extend over the boundaries of an enterprise is a recognized need of emerging virtual organizations. To make workflow technologies useful during the enactment of business processes involving many partners that reciprocally provide and consume services, it is important to provide a model, and supporting technologies, to manage the introduction of services in workflow models.This paper introduces a framework for the introduction of eServices in business process models. The framework comprises RDF based languages to model processes, services, and service composition, and supporting technologies to generate executable workflow models, including interfaces to the actual services, from the models.

Introducing eservices in business process models

Lerina Aversano;Canfora G
2002

Abstract

The need for automatic support of business processes that extend over the boundaries of an enterprise is a recognized need of emerging virtual organizations. To make workflow technologies useful during the enactment of business processes involving many partners that reciprocally provide and consume services, it is important to provide a model, and supporting technologies, to manage the introduction of services in workflow models.This paper introduces a framework for the introduction of eServices in business process models. The framework comprises RDF based languages to model processes, services, and service composition, and supporting technologies to generate executable workflow models, including interfaces to the actual services, from the models.
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