Workflow-Based Applications

  title={Workflow-Based Applications},
  author={Frank Leymann and Dieter Roller},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
A significant number of companies are re-engineering their business to be more effective and productive. Consequently, existing applications must be modified, and new applications must be written. The new applications typically run in a distributed and heterogeneous environment, performing single tasks in parallel, and demanding special transaction functionality for the supporting environments. Workflow-based applications offer this type of capability. In this paper, their principal advantages… CONTINUE READING
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