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Subject AW: AW: Priorities in Workflows
Date Tue, 11 Sep 2007 06:57:34 GMT
Ant was designed for doing builds. Workflow engines must have more features like fallback,
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see also


	Von: Emir Mahmut BAHSI [] 
	Gesendet: Dienstag, 11. September 2007 05:36
	An: Materne, Jan (RZF)
	Betreff: Re: AW: Priorities in Workflows
	I am sorry, I am little confused. I have installed ant in my local machine. I wrote some
small ant scripts and run them in my machine. If it is not a workflow engine how my script
is scheduled and executed then?
	Emir wrote: 

		Ant is NOT a workflow engine ...
		-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
		Von: Emir Mahmut BAHSI [] 
		Gesendet: Dienstag, 14. August 2007 08:41
		Betreff: Priorities in Workflows
		Hi all,
		I am trying to run two different workflows at the same time. I want to assign different
priority values to each workflow. Each workflow will be executed and resources will be allocated
based on these priority values. For instance, the workflow having the highest priority will
be executed first. When it is stopped for some reason and waiting some event to occur, other
workflow will be executed. When that event occurs and the second workflow was still running,
second will be preempted and first workflow will be executed (Simillar scenarios can also
be possible). Is there anyway to do it?
		Emir Mahmut Bahsi
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		Dept of Computer Science at LSU
		Room 231, Johnston Hall
		Louisiana State University
		Baton Rouge, LA 70803
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