Thursday Aug 23, 2007

SAW is Ready

SAW Is AvailableAs indicated in one of the previous blog entries, the SAW API and its implementation for Sun Java CAPS is now available for download here.
Lot of exhaustive material viz. Understanding SAW, SAW User Guide, Java Docs of the API and its implementation for Sun Java CAPS are provided. Please go through them and let us know your feedback to users@saw.dev.java.net. Do check out this blog for more details
There are many more things viz. Out of the box task management portlet, Netbeans Tooling to develop workflow portlets on their way. Do explore, join SAW and help us enrich it.
Please feel free to contact us at users@saw.dev.java.net and we would be happy to answer any question regarding SAW.

Sunday Jul 01, 2007

SAW is LIVE!

 SAW-Logo

SAW an abbreviation for Simple API for Workflow, is LIVE! Check it out here.
SAW is an open source effort towards making a generic workflow API scalable across multiple workflow engines. The default implementation will be supported with the Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite.


For details, read my blog here. Stay tuned on announce@saw.dev.java.net for further announcements.

Sunday Jun 17, 2007

Java CAPS Apostles Conference

Apostles ConferenceI was invited to present portal at the Java CAPS Apostles Conference last week @ Singapore. This conference involves Sun Partners, Sales folks around Java CAPS, some around Portal, Java CAPS System Engineering, Partners and Solution Architects who are responsible for customer implementations, POCs, RFPs etc. The  conference usually highlights features of Java CAPS and things being done around it by other products.

This was an opportunity to showcase things being done around the Portal product, Portal around JavaCAPS integrations, NetBeans tooling.

For details regarding what all was presented, which hands on exercises were done, what CDs were distributed, please check out my blog. The conference concluded on a very positive note, giving great food for thought to everybody about integrating Portal with Java CAPS.

Sunday May 13, 2007

Developing Workflow Portlets with Netbeans Plugin

In my previous blogs, I referred to my article on how to incorporate workflow into portals with Java CAPS. The article used portlets as a mechanism to interact with the user. However, it did assume that the end user has a knowledge of how to use the Java CAPS APIs.

Here is a netbeans plugin developed for writing workflow portlets. This plugin not only demonstrates the ease of coding workflow portlets but also uses an extensible API for performing workflow.

Check out the Netbeans plugin for Developing Workflow Portlets

 Hope this makes life easier for portlet developers to integrate complex workflow applications in their portals.

Friday Mar 02, 2007

Incorporating Workflow Into Sun Portals With Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite

Java CAPSTraditionally, performing tasks on multiple portals is tedious and inefficient as enterprises adopt back-end business processes and must then continually manage them. Hence, demand has steadily mounted for the capability to perform tasks on just the portal itself instead of on multiple sites with a single-point solution; that is, a solution that not only handles the process interactions but also enables end users to seamlessly perform tasks as "hooks" in the process.

Through an example, this article describes how to automate human workflow by integrating Portal Server with Java CAPS.

Check out the article -- Workflow into Sun Portals with Java CAPS.
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