Towards Pattern-Based Generation of Services to Support Business Process Execution. Delgado, A. June 2014.
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The implementation of business processes with services allows applying the design principle of separation of concerns by defining, on the one hand, the specification of the business process in a model, and on the other hand, software services to support specific automated parts of the model. Both technologies and platforms for services implementation and execution have evolved considerably over the years, but is not the same for services design. The Service Oriented Architecture Modeling Language (SoaML)is a standard that allows the specification of most service concepts -by extending UML elements-and code generation from these elements. In this paper we present an approach for generating service models in SoaML and the code to support the execution of specific parts of BPMN 2.0 business processes. We extended previous work by means of adding new mappings regarding Service tasks and basic workflow patterns in orchestrations for internal use of services.
@conference {6930531,
	title = {Towards Pattern-Based Generation of Services to Support Business Process Execution},
	booktitle = {Services Computing (SCC), 2014 IEEE International Conference on},
	year = {2014},
	month = {June},
	pages = {171-178},
	abstract = {The implementation of business processes with services allows applying the design principle of separation of concerns by defining, on the one hand, the specification of the business process in a model, and on the other hand, software services to support specific automated parts of the model. Both technologies and platforms for services implementation and execution have evolved considerably over the years, but is not the same for services design. The Service Oriented Architecture Modeling Language (SoaML)is a standard that allows the specification of most service concepts -by extending UML elements-and code generation from these elements. In this paper we present an approach for generating service models in SoaML and the code to support the execution of specific parts of BPMN 2.0 business processes. We extended previous work by means of adding new mappings regarding Service tasks and basic workflow patterns in orchestrations for internal use of services.},
	keywords = {Automated service generation, BPMN 2.0, BPMN 2.0 business processes, business data processing, Business process, business process execution, business process specification, code generation, Collaboration, Engines, formal specification, Logic gates, Organizations, pattern-based service generation, service concept specification, service models, service oriented architecture modeling language, service-oriented architecture, SoaML, Software, software services, UML elements, Unified Modeling Language, web services, workflow patterns},
	doi = {10.1109/SCC.2014.31},
	author = {Andrea Delgado}
}
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