Bossa 0.6.0 "Self Referential Integrity" is released.

This long overdue release adds improvements to case type creation. The case type API was simplified a bit and now we support self loops. Also new to this release is the support of XML export of the history andother minor improvements.

Bossa What?

Bossa is a workflow engine written in Java. The engine is very fast and lightweight, uses a very expressive Petri net notation to define workflows, does not requires a RDBMS and is very simple to use and to integrate with java applications.

Actually, it was *designed* to be embedded. Therefore, Bossa is organized as a library to be used by server side applications
(especially web oriented ones) that need workflow services.

Go get it!


Bossa 0.6.0 "Self Referential Integrity", 2004-01-19

* Simplified the case type creation API. No more need of calling buildMap() before creating edges and the initial marking is set when creating the places.

* Added support to self loops in the case type definition Petri net. Now it is possible for a transition to use a place as source and sink at the same time.

* Two new notification events: activation and deactivation of a work item.

* Added the ability to export old history events to a XML file and purge them.

* Made some small adjustments to our chained exceptions so that they work nicely with J2SE 1.4.

Posted by Gustavo Maciel Dias Vieira 2004-01-19

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