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From Mikael Björn <>
Subject RE: Business-Process-Management with Cocoon?
Date Sun, 02 Jan 2005 13:54:13 GMT
you should consider a closer look at WFMOpen at

I've been using it for a over a year now and it only gets better! It uses
XPDL language as the definition language. It's is actually the reason I
started to
look at Cocoon in the first place... ;-)

It's surely a winner!

There is a great graphical tool called JAWE that you can use to build and
XPDL. You can find it at: (It's actually a part
of a big
OSS solution called Enhydra and it's Shark BPL solution. Check that out at

If you're into BPEL as your Process Definition Language I would suggest that
you have 
a look at bexee ( or ActiveBPEL

Or if you're using JBoss (works great with Cocoon) have a look at JBpm at

I hope that this was enough help to get you started!

Any questions? Mail me!

/Mikael Björn

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Markus Heussen [] 
> Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 2:18 PM
> To:;
> Subject: Business-Process-Management with Cocoon?
> Hi!
> Can anybody point me to Open Source BPM Systems using 
> comfortable user 
> (web-) interfaces to design business processes in standard 
> BPL. In a new 
> project starting next week we need such a tool to define our business 
> processes consisting off several Web Service calls.
> One tool I found is Twister. For informations about it look at 
> Does anybody have experiences in BPMS and can link me to free 
> alternatives. Maybe there exists a Cocoon based BPM System? Last we 
> would prefer because we started using Cocoon about 2 years ago.
> Thanks for any hint!
> Markus
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