OpenEmcee Microflow Engine is a Java framework designed to encourage development of modular, reusable, and independent units of business logic. It drafts from the MC of the MVC pattern; XML is used to define overall program flow, and Java is used to implement data flow and business logic.
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Release Notes: This is the first stable release. It should be considered production-ready. This release is identical to Beta-2, except that it adds DTD support for the Job descriptor.
Release Notes: This release updates existing tutorials to use OpenEmcee v1.0 DTD definitions.
Release Notes: This release adds a suspend/resume facility, fixes some compatibility issues with older versions of Xerces, and adds JUnit tests to improve clover coverage and test new functionality.
Release Notes: This release fixes several grammar and content errors in the pseudo-transaction management tutorial.
Release Notes: This release includes a tutorial explaining how to create Microflows that are capable of "undoing" (rolling back) work when a failure occurs.