|Title||WebWork: METEOR 2's Web-based Workflow Management System|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1999|
|Authors||Amit Sheth, John Miller, Devan Palaniswami, Krzysztof Kochut, H. Singh|
|Journal||Journal of Intelligent Information Systems|
METEOR workflow management systems consist of both (1) design/build-time and (2) run-time/ enactment components for implementing workflow applications An enactment system provides the command, communication and control for the individual tasks in the workflow. Tasks are the run-time instances of intra- or inter-enterprise applications We are developing three implementations of the METEOR model: WebWork, OrbWork and NeoWork. This paper discusses WebWork, an implementation relying solely on Web technology as the infrastructure for the enactment system WebWork supports a distributed implementation with participation of multiple Web servers It also supports automatic code generation of workflow applications from design specifications produced by a comprehensive graphical designer WebWork has been developed as a complement of its more heavyweight counterparts 9OrbWork and NeoWork), with the goal of providing ease of workflow application development, installation, use and maintenance. At the time of this writing, WebWork has been installed by several of the LSDIS Lab's industrial partners for testing, evaluation and building workflow applications.
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J. Miller, D. Palaniswami, A. Sheth, K. Kochut, and H. Singh, 'WebWork: METEOR2's Web-based Workflow Management System,' Journal of Intelligent Information Systems 10 (no. 2), March 1998, pp. 186-215.