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[protege-owl] OWL instances integrated in a BPEL process
kosalayb at gmail.com
Sun Mar 29 16:14:44 PDT 2009
Thank you very much for your directions. Yes I want my ontology to direct
the workflow. I want the ontological elements to be used in the BPEL
I wonder, you have some directions to learn, how to make a java code to
create ontological elements?
Pitonyak, Andrew D wrote:
> I read your question a few times and I am not certain what you are
> You defined an Ontology. The nature of the Ontology is not important
> unless you want to drive your workflow using the Ontology. You do not
> state that you want to direct your workflow using the Ontology.
> BPEL does not know about OWL. I assume that you must write Java code that
> is called from your workflow (BPEL). Your java code would create your
> desired ontological elements. I assume that you have some mechanism to
> create/start a workflow process. I assume that you can either call the
> java code to create the desired ontological elements at this point, or set
> an initial automated workflow task to do this for you.
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> Bandara Bandara
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> Subject: [protege-owl] OWL instances integrated in a BPEL process
> Hi I have defined a Context Ontology for web services using OWL. [Eg.
> Functional Context, Syntax Context, Semantic Context etc.] I want to
> generate context instances at the BPEL process runtime.[Eg. user ID, an
> instance of Syntax Context]
> 1. How to integrate owl ontology definitions with BPEL process
> enviornment? I am using OpenESB with Netbeans 6.1.
> 2. How to generate context instances automatically at the BPEL process
> I really appriciate someone's opinion or possible direction.
> Thank You
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