YAWL is build out of several independent web services. The two most important web services of a YAWL system are the YAWL Engine, responsible for actual workflow execution and state management, and the YAWL Resource Service, that manages information about the organisation (participants, roles, positions, etc.) and stores the work queues for each participant.
Welcome to the YAWL User Group website yaug.org! We would like to concentrate the know-how of all YAWL users and serve as a plattform for suggestions, discussions and collaboration. YAWL is an open source BPM/Workflow system being developed by the YAWL Foundation.
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YAC, being a mobile application, needs to connect to the YAWL engine. Since one cannot rely on having a constant internet or network connection, YAC can work in an offline or asynchronous mode. While this feature is necessary, it also causes problems when considering the way YAWL works. Problems considering the offline mode will be presented in this article. A discussion is most welcome!
A prototype YAWL client for the android platform has been developed as a part of a master thesis. It allows you to access your work items, wherever you have a connection. It contains additional features that use the advantages of mobile devices. Read the full article for a list of interesting features.