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December 5, 2005 22:46 WSPC/INSTRUCTION FILE ijcis MONITORING ASSERTION-BASED BUSINESS PROCESSES
 

Summary: December 5, 2005 22:46 WSPC/INSTRUCTION FILE ijcis
MONITORING ASSERTION-BASED BUSINESS PROCESSES
MARCO AIELLO,
ALEXANDER LAZOVIK
DIT, University of Trento, via Sommarive, 14
38050 Povo (TN), Italy
{aiellom,lazovik}@dit.unitn.it
VITALab, TUWien, Argentinierstrasse, 8
1040, Wien, Austria
Business processes that span organizational borders describe the interaction between
multiple parties working towards a common objective. They also express business rules
that govern the behavior of the process and account for expressing changes reflecting
new business objectives and new market situations.
We developed a service request language and support framework that allow users
to formulate their requests against standard business processes.16 In this paper, we
extend the approach by presenting a framework capable of automatically associating
business rules with relevant processes involved in a user request. This framework plans
and monitors the execution of the request and assertions against services underlying these
processes. Definitions and classifications of business rules (named assertions in the paper)
are given together with an assertion language for expressing them. The framework is able

  

Source: Aiello, Marco - Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences