A First Step towards a Compiler for Business Processes
The verification of business processes is crucial since an erroneous execution causes high costs and damages the reputation of the providing company. The first step towards correct business processes is the verification of structural correctness, i.e., the absence of deadlocks and lack of synchronization.
In this demonstration paper, we present a system which was integrated into the Activiti BPMN 2.0 designer for Eclipse, allowing an immediate user support during the development of business processes. Therefore, an entire business process is transformed into semantically equivalent workflow graphs on which a new structural correctness verification is performed directly. This is done for each modification and the determined failures are visualized directly in the business process. The system can be seen as first step towards a compiler for business processes.
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