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Workflow Management Based on Objects, Rules, and Roles.

Gerti Kappel, Peter Lang, S. Rausch-Schott, Werner Retschitzegger: Workflow Management Based on Objects, Rules, and Roles. IEEE Data Eng. Bull. 18(1): 11-18(1995)
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  author    = {Gerti Kappel and
               Peter Lang and
               S. Rausch-Schott and
               Werner Retschitzegger},
  title     = {Workflow Management Based on Objects, Rules, and Roles},
  journal   = {IEEE Data Eng. Bull.},
  volume    = {18},
  number    = {1},
  year      = {1995},
  pages     = {11-18},
  ee        = {db/journals/debu/KappelLRR95.html},
  bibsource = {DBLP, http://dblp.uni-trier.de}
}

Abstract

Workflow management systems are becoming important not only as key technology in their own right but they are gaining leverage as a key application of database management systems. One of the main issues of workflow management systems, and thus implicitly of database management systems, is their support for flexibility to cope with frequently changing requirements in an organization. This has been the driving force behind the development of the workflow management system TriGSflow. It is based on an object-oriented database management system, enhanced with active concepts in terms of ECA rules and object evolution in terms of roles. In this way, flexible modeling and enactment of business processes is supported allowing changes even during workflow execution. The architecture of TriGSflow and its key concepts for workflow modeling are presented.

Copyright © 1995 by the author(s). Abstract used with permission.


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