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PyPEL

PyPEL is an experimental prototype for a BPEL 1.1/2.0 execution engine written in Python. Compared to conventional Java-based engines, it aims at exploring the integration on the operating system level to bridge the gap between shell programming and service-oriented environments.

Implementation

Recent releases

  •  29 Jul 2008 14:41

    Release Notes: Some very simple processes can be parsed and transformed into Python code. BPEL 2.0 processes don't need deployment descriptors when they include links to the associated WSDL files.

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