Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Links of RiftSaw/Ode architecture

I've composed a series blog entries on Ode architecture, because riftsaw leverages the Ode's bpel runtime, so it applies to the riftsaw project also, hope it will help you easily understood how riftsaw works.

1. Bpel Compiler and its internal model.
2. Jacob framework.
3. Ode's architecture and module introduction.
4. BpelServer API illustration.
5. Architecture of simple scheduler module.

Friday, July 16, 2010

RiftSaw Release 2.1.0.Final

The RiftSaw team are pleased to announce the release of RiftSaw 2.1.0.Final.

The summary of the main changes between 2.0.0.Final and 2.1.0.Final are:

- Support for WS-Security when RiftSaw used in conjunction with JBossWS-CXF
- UDDI registration and lookup
- Migration of persistence layer to a pure JPA approach, enabling any JPA compliant persistence provider to be used. RiftSaw uses Hibernate as its default JPA provider
- Update from ODE1.3.3 to ODE1.3.4
- ODE project has now been mavenized
- More examples
- Many bug fixes
- Now dependent upon ESB 4.8 or higher (instead of ESB 4.7)

The detailed report for this release can be found at:

The release can be downloaded from: http://www.jboss.org/riftsaw/downloads.html

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

First screencast on Riftsaw

A screencast showing Riftsaw and JBoss Tools BPEL Modeling in action has just made it into the JBoss Tools Movies. The video shows how to create, assemble, deploy and test a simple BPEL process. In fact it shows how to create an existing sample which is shipped with Riftsaw - the say_hello process.

This process is a modification of a well-known Hello World sample type. User sends his name to the process and gets a "personalized" greeting back. So the BPEL would concat a name, e.g. Dolly with a string Hello and would reply with "Hello Dolly".

You can watch the screen cast at the JBoss Tools Movies.