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    RDDL Ready

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    I just posted the RDDL for the OASIS BPEL 2.0  spec.   Does anyone have a RDDL validator? I haven't been able to find one.   If you are new to RDDL you can learn more about it at here .
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    Gonna architect like its 1999

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    Just spotted this on ZDNet: BEA: 'registry' no longer joined at the hip to 'repository' by ZDNet 's Joe McKendrick -- Registry is mainly about runtime, repository is mainly about design time. Got that? Talk about a blast from the past.  This reminds me...
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    Public Review and Public Apologies

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    Good news and bad news: Good News: The BPEL TC approved going to Public Review yesterday so look for an announcement soon. Bad News: One of the new requirements for OASIS Standardization is an XHTML version of the spec. I was testing...
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    No more issues (for now)

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    I never thought I'd see this day happen. The world-famous BPEL Issues List is 100% closed with no open issues (the list hadn't yet been updated at the time I posted this blog entry). At this rate we should be ready for Public Review by the end of the...
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    ESB != SOA

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    Patrick Leonard nails it rather succinctly. ESB is an EAI pattern (not a product) that may not be suitable for all SOA-related initiatives. This doesn't necessarily mean that ESBs are dead, it merely means that there is no single solution for designing...
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    OASIS WS-BPEL TC closing in on Public Review

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    We're finally getting there. Its been a three year effort but its almost complete. You can access the latest committee draft here: http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/19511/wsbpel-specification-draft-Aug01-2006.htm .
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    WS-* Specs and Status at a glance

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    Below is a slide from an internal event I spoke at last week. Thanks to Jorgen for summarizing the status of these specs. This "status" slide is current as of 8/2/2006.
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