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Subject: Re: [wsbpel] VisualScript V2.0 download

Apologies - I was just concentrating on all the
technical detail last night instead.
Yes indeed - there is a complimentary available
for members of the TC - (obviously you need
to be listed on the Roster in Kavi) - and the
person to contact is Tim Hallisay at
Smartdraw.  I've CC'd Tim above so you
have his email contact.
If you send Tim an email direct he will
work with you to get a license out to you.
Most functionality is available in the
trial version - but some cut and paste operations
and export to JPG are restricted - so if you
plan to do serious work - clearly you will
want to have the full copy.
I'm confident that members will find this tool
a great help in their work with completing
the BPEL specifications and Use Cases.
Thanks, DW.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2003 12:03 PM
Subject: RE: [wsbpel] VisualScript V2.0 download

Is this a complimentary license for BPEL members?






From: David RR Webber [mailto:david@drrw.info]
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 7:37 PM
Subject: [wsbpel] VisualScript V2.0 download


The new V2.0 is now available for download - and includes the 4

BPEL use case scenarios as models.


You can find the link to the trial version here:



There is an extensive set of online tutorials to help you

work with the models.


You can customize the BPEL scripts to your own needs,

including modifying the XML in the models too.  The latest

WSDL changes to the one model that were posted did not

make it in - but otherwise the models should tally with the

latest use cases.


Each model contains both the BPEL and the WSDL

since they of course reference each other.  You generate

WSDL and BPEL files from the one model.


Not all the possible BPEL verbs are modelled in the 

supplied library - only those used by the 4 use cases.

The other verbs will be added later - but of course

nothing to stop you adding them yourself now too

if you are feeling creative.


You should find that you can work effectively with the

existing models and extend and change them as

you need to.   Since the drop-down lists reflect

components across the model - this helps ensure

consistency when adding more verbs and extending

a model.


This should also aid in the development of the

specification and understanding how all the various

peices relate together.


Enjoy, DW

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