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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, and BPEL Part Two: BPEL and User Recommendations
In a somewhat simplified language, while Web services allow applications to easily exchange and reuse information, it is only when they are orchestrated

bpel standard  value. That is where BPEL comes into picture, which, also known as BPEL4WS, is an XML-based language for standardizing business processes in a distributed or grid computing environment that enables separate businesses to interconnect their applications and share data. The language provides a standard programming language that businesses can use to define how to combine Web services to accomplish tasks. The WS-Coordination specification thereby describes how the individual Web services within that task Read More

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Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Five: Collaxa Acquisition
With the acquisition of Collaxa, Oracle has quickly plugged a hole in its SOA/BPM message by providing new workflow capabilities and monitoring tools to report

bpel standard  value. This is where BPEL comes into picture. BPEL, which is also known as BPEL4WS , is an XML-based language used to standardize business processes in a distributed or grid computing environment that enables separate businesses to interconnect their applications and share data. It provides a standard programming language that businesses can use to define how to combine Web services to accomplish tasks. The WS-coordination specification thereby describes how the individual Web services within that task wi Read More
Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM
In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to

bpel standard  Part Two will cover BPEL and make user recommendations. Business Process Management (BPM) Technology Closely related to SOA would be the evolving business process management (BPM) technology, which entails a broad set of services and tools that provide for explicit and complete process management, where the companies can relatively quickly change the way transactions, queries, and other communications are handled, and deal with exceptions or glitches. BPM typically entails 1) process analysis and Read More
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Six: Weaknesses and User Recommendations
Time will tell whether Oracle's vocal endorsement of open technologies such as J2EE and BPEL will allow customers to readily adopt solutions that fit their

bpel standard  Data Hub, J2EE, and BPEL will allow customers adopt solutions that fit their needs and which can quickly integrate with their existing infrastructure. But one thing is certain—more Collaxa-like moves should help Oracle become truly open and amenable to playing with others. This is more so than the attempt to absorb the unwieldy mix of PeopleSoft's technologies, many of which Oracle is not only unfamiliar, but of which Oracle likes to hate. User Recommendations The market should favorably regard Read More
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact
Although its service-oriented architecture-based platform and enterprise solutions will not likely be

bpel standard  Thus, by using Oracle BPEL Process Manager and the entire Oracle integration solution, companies should be able to leverage standard Web service interfaces and portable business processes to mitigate the cost of integrating business applications. Oracle's BPEL Process Manager (formerly the Collaxa BPEL Server product) supports the industry-standard BPEL specification, which is backed by Oracle's traditional foes (though, in this case, its brothers in arms ): Microsoft , IBM , SAP , and BEA (although BEA Read More
Roger Wood Foods
Roger Wood Foods, a family-owned and -operated meat processor, needed to handle standard and catch weights. JustFoodERP committed to developing the required

bpel standard  Wood Foods Roger Wood Foods, a family-owned and -operated meat processor, needed to handle standard and catch weights. JustFoodERP committed to developing the required functionality. Read More
NIST Certification for AES Encryption
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines the standard for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption, and provides a rigorous

bpel standard  Certification for AES Encryption The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines the standard for AES encryption, and provides a rigorous testing process for software vendors. The certification process is carried out by independent testing labs who report the results to NIST for validation. The AES certification process tests every aspect of encryption and involves millions of encryption and decryption operations. Only the most dedicated security vendors are able to pass the tests Read More
iScala ERP Software
Epicor@s iScala enterprise resource planning (ERP) software enables businesses to automate and manage their standard business processes, and includes an e

bpel standard  ERP Software Epicor’s iScala enterprise resource planning (ERP) software enables businesses to automate and manage their standard business processes, and includes an e-business infrastructure focusing on a fully integrated set of ledgers. Among the software’s many features are: multi-dimensional account structure, currency and ledger revaluation, continuous and periodic consolidation, cash flow forecasting, automatic payments with payment ledger integration. Read More
Why Privately Held Manufacturers Should Implement IFRS-ready ERP Solutions
While regulatory requirements to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) may be a concern for publically traded companies only, there are

bpel standard  Privately Held Manufacturers Should Implement IFRS-ready ERP Solutions Why Privately Held Manufacturers Should Implement IFRS-ready ERP Solutions Christine Anderson and Mitch Dwight - December 14, 2009 In this article, we'll review the different reasons why even private companies should prepare to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). We'll also delve into the reasons why asset-intensive industries should be excited to make the switch, and we'll discuss the specific steps involved Read More
Case Study: Kvichak Marine Industries Inc. Doubles in Size with ERP
A premium aluminum boat builder struggled to fit into a standard enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. But the company found it difficult to schedule and

bpel standard  Study: Kvichak Marine Industries Inc. Doubles in Size with ERP A premium aluminum boat builder struggled to fit into a standard enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. But the company found it difficult to schedule and track engineer-to-order (ETO) jobs, and it was wasting a lot of time duplicating efforts. Also, it needed effective communication between computer-aided design (CAD) and ERP systems. Read about the solution that helped the company streamline its processes. Read More
Inconso WMS Suite
@As much standard as possible - only as much individuality as required.@ This is the guideline for the conception of inconso@s software solutions. The

bpel standard  WMS Suite As much standard as possible - only as much individuality as required. This is the guideline for the conception of inconso's software solutions. The inconsoWMS product suite covers solution requirements from modest manual warehouses up to complex distribution centers with high throughput and/or full automation levels. The full integration of any subsystem (such as radio data transmission [RF], barcoding, radio frequency identification [RFID], pick-by-voice, pick-by-light, material flow Read More
Solomon Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters Part Three: Product Differentiators
Of all the MBS' products, Solomon is apparently the purest in terms of a standard Microsoft technology stack, and without any proprietary additions. Furthermore

bpel standard  Stands the Test of Time Despite Changing Masters Part Three: Product Differentiators Product Differentiators Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon , formerly Solomon IV and Microsoft Great Plains Solomon IV , is a prominent business management and e-business suite of applications for small and mid-market companies. Most recently, in summer 2003, Microsoft Business Solutions (MBS) announced the availability of Microsoft Business Solutions Solomon 5.5 , which includes several new features and Read More
Case Study: Increased Sales Efficiency and Configuring Standard Components to Order
GE Healthcare’s sales process for large-scale chromatography systems took several months and a large portion of the company’s products had to be engineered-to

bpel standard  Study: Increased Sales Efficiency and Configuring Standard Components to Order GE Healthcare’s sales process for large-scale chromatography systems took several months and a large portion of the company’s products had to be engineered-to-order. GE Healthcare selected Tacton to deliver and implement a robust configurator solution that GE Healthcare’s global sales force now uses. Read the case study. Read More
How to Create Dashboards People Love to Use
Dashboards have become a standard business tool over the last decade. Dozens of dashboard-building solutions have sprung up to meet the demand. Yet in the

bpel standard  to Create Dashboards People Love to Use Dashboards have become a standard business tool over the last decade. Dozens of dashboard-building solutions have sprung up to meet the demand. Yet in the flurry of technology and enthusiasm, little attention has been paid to how to design focused, thoughtful, and user-friendly dashboards. This guide will show you concepts and best practices for creating a high-impact dashboard that people love to use. Read More
What Is EDI?
Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a general term used to explain computer-to-computer exchange of routine business documents, using an approved, standard

bpel standard  Is EDI? Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a general term used to explain computer-to-computer exchange of routine business documents, using an approved, standard format, without human intervention. Understanding your primary goal is vital when beginning to implement an EDI system. Find out how your business can run more efficiently and effectively with an EDI solution. Read More

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