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From "Mike Sparr -" <>
Subject Re: [SCXML] uml2bpel cool, but what about csxml2bpel?
Date Thu, 06 Apr 2006 15:35:35 GMT
Hey Rahul,

Do I have to update my version (december snapshot) and implement <datamodel>
to set global application variables?  I would like to set variables that all
states/transitions can access and <assign> or cond="${var}".  I got it to
work by declaring vars WITHIN the transition and passing in namelist for

See my other post about variable scoping.  Help appreciated.



On 4/6/06 9:24 AM, "Rahul Akolkar" <> wrote:

> On 4/6/06, Nestor Urquiza <> wrote:
>> --- Rahul Akolkar <> wrote:
> <snip/>
>>> Yes, that plugin takes the EMF model for the state
>>> chart diagram and
>>> converts it to its SCXML document serialization.
>> Could you help me to get that plugin?
> <snap/>
> Could you please put a line or two of whitespace between the earlier
> post and yours? Sorry if I'm being too picky, it just takes less
> effort to read if there is some whitespace between responses. Thanks
> in advance.
> Let me check on the plugin front, last time I checked it wasn't
> publicly available (but it was meant to be at some point AFAIK).
>>> None of the Java
>>> classes for the usecases involved any roundtrips
>>> from the modeling
>>> layer, primarily because the usecases make for
>>> fairly trivial class
>>> diagrams. But that is indeed the larger picture.
>> Perfect! and what about the classes for the main
>> common-scxml api? Are you making or planning roundtrip
>> for them?
> <snap/>
> Yes, Commons SCXML started with a UML class diagram. I might still
> have the initial cuts lying around somewhere. The model package is
> mostly code-gen'ed from that UML model. There are fewer round-trips
> these days. Ofcourse, this is not really relevant to our other
> discussion, but merely some trivia at this point :-)
> -Rahul
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