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From Nestor Urquiza <>
Subject Re: [scxml] Spring Web Flow
Date Mon, 08 May 2006 21:57:15 GMT
In fact Spring is a POJO approach and so it is SCXML.
SCXML is just solving one of the features needed by
Spring following a proposed W3C standard so I really
see Spring using commons-scxml in the near future for

I by myself have been specifying a State Oriented
Business Protocol for my company and my company uses a
custom servlet Engine. I have been using then POJO as
well and I do not consider myself been reinventing the
wheel just because I did not use Spring for anything
so far.

I am just I think keeping things as simple as
possible. maybe my next step would be to use Spring
framework for the front end some day if I definetely
have to use my own backend,
Thanks guys!,

--- Rahul Akolkar <> wrote:

> On 5/8/06, THOMAS, JAYANT (SBCSI) <>
> wrote:
> > Yes it is almost similar they have a flow action,
> view etc, I think we
> > can easily create a SCXML engine using the spring
> webflow classes, I
> > believe Spring webflow was created before SCXML
> was proposed, Since
> > SCXML has got lot of momentum, it is advisable
> Spring Webflow is modeled
> > based on SCXML syntax. Actually it looks very
> straight forward it is
> > almost like 1:1 with the SCXML syntax.
> >
> <snip/>
> Indeed, a state machine, is a state machine ... is a
> state machine. No
> matter what syntax (XML notation) one comes up with,
> it will look and
> smell like SCXML (and possibly be less expressive).
> I also agree (based on the cumulative 2-3 minutes
> I've spent looking
> at the SWF notation) that the mapping or glue should
> be fairly
> obvious. Therefore, whenever one of us here has a
> few cycles to
> contribute, we can begin making progress with SCXML
> in SWF.
> -Rahul
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