YAWL (Yet Another Workflow Language) is a BPM/workflow management system
implemented in Java. It provides a lean but powerful modelling language,
handles complex data transformations, and integrates with intranet and
external resources or services.
YAWL include an auto updater, component management, supports control-flow
and resource patterns, provides data perspectives using XML Schema, XQuery
and Xpath, files for data passing, non-human resources, timing, task
documentation, logging using OpenXES, process configuration, custom forms,
and adpatable verification schemes.
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This is the final version 3.0 release of the YAWL Environment. The primary focus of
this release has been a complete rewrite of the the YAWL Editor, and so this release
mainly features enahncements and bugfixes over the 3.0beta release of the Editor.
Data binding summary dialog.
Auto-generation of default initial values for non-string data types.
Added plugin toolbar for task decorators.
Removed various long-standing threading issues.
Complete rewrite of net printing functionality.
Added syntax highlighting for log predicates.