Develop a BPEL Generator II
Date of Issue2009
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
A BPEL Generator 1 was developed to implement executable business processes stage for Web Service Matching and Composition System which is currently developed in IMSS (Integrated Manufacturing and Service System) Project. However, the results of BPEL Generator 1 had to be manually deployed onto BPEL Engine in order to be able to invoke the business process. Hence the focus of this project (BPEL Generator 2) is to incorporate the functionality of automated deployment system to the previously developed BPEL Generator 1 through integrating open-source BPEL Engine with BPEL Generator 1. BPEL Generator 2 will be then validated using several test case scenarios. Prior to integrating BPEL Engine with BPEL Generator 1, a comprehensive survey of available BPEL Engines was conducted to determine the best BPEL Engine. The selected engine was installed and configured in the system. Subsequently, a fully automated deployment system was developed and integrated with BPEL Generator 1 using Java programming. The integrated version is called BPEL Generator 2. In the final phase, the BPEL Generator 2 was tested to verify that the BPEL Engine was properly integrated and able to deploy and invoke the BPEL Generator 2 results in the web server. To accomplish that testing objective, 4 types of test case scenarios which involve single or multiple of primitive or complex types input and output of web services were created. The test case scenarios were designed in such a way that it could cover most possible types and situation of the real-world application. All test case scenarios were conducted successfully in the end. It proved that automated deployment system was functioning, reliable and properly integrated in the BPEL Generator 2.
DRNTU::Engineering::Industrial engineering::Information systems
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University