- Implemented my OwfeHook idea
- Rewrote a bit in owfe-dotnet chapter in OpenWFE’s manual
- Participated in an interesting thread about participant timeouts
Many other small things… I would like to write a bigger chapter about openwfe-dotnet, that’s in the todo list.
Speaking of connectors… OpenWFE is a workflow engine, it’s not a java constrained workflow engine, it’s open (as its name implies). I’m particularly happy with the openwfe-ruby connector. Ruby (and Python) is fun to code with. I started writing test units in ruby for the openwfe-tests set.
OpenWFE is just a piece of software, usable from many systems. You can also embed it within your java application (or directly implement a hook for it within your java application and let it run standalone).