The ProM Import Framework allows you to extract process enactment event logs from a set of information systems. These can be exported in the MXML format, which is the standard event log data format for Process Mining analysis techniques. Process Mining is a family of a-posteriori analysis techniques to extract abstract information from process enactment logs. More in-depth information about the area of process mining is available at processmining.org.
|Tags||Information Management Workflow Frameworks Internet Log Analysis Office/Business Scientific/Engineering Logging|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: New import filter plugins were added, while the log anonymization feature has been improved considerably. This release introduces user documentation and help for all plugins, easily accessible from the user interface. It features stability and usability fixes to the ProMimport framework, the underlying MXMLib, and lots of included plugins. A streamlined, more unified user interface was implemented. The set of output options was extended.
Release Notes: The XML-writing backend was completely redesigned. An option to write single, GZip-compressed MXML files was newly introduced. The random log-sorting subsystem was optimized for performance and memory. New plugins were added for generic MS Access, and Adept Demonstrator. Major and minor bugfixes and feature enhancements were done. The anonymization feature was redesigned. The MXML pipe plug-in was enhanced with log-splitting capabilities, which keeps log files portable. A usage statistics infrastructure was added. An automatic update checking feature was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs and shortcomings, extends the functionality of the framework, and introduces a number of enhancements with respect to both performance and functionality.
Release Notes: An import plugin was added for the FLOWer case handling system along with an import filter plugin for Eastman Workflow. Automatic plugin importing was implemented and plugin loading and automated plugin re-loading was enhanced. Various bugfixes were made, most of them related to usability issues and stability enhancements in the plugin code.
Release Notes: Upgrading is recommended for all users. 1.5.0 plugins are compatible with this framework release. The configuration file is both downwards and upwards compatible. Critical class loading mechanism bugs have been fixed. Extended application framework persistency has been added. Application behavior has been improved for user-friendliness. A dynamic, lean splash screen has been added for slow start-ups. There are console color themes and OS X and Win32 installers. Runtime package creation has changed.