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From "Rahul Akolkar" <>
Subject Re: [SCXML] Spring Integration
Date Tue, 02 May 2006 04:41:08 GMT
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On 5/1/06, THOMAS, JAYANT (SBCSI) <> wrote:
> Thanks Rahul for your reply,Yes absolutely, Iam interested in
> integrating with the Spring MVC/Spring Webflow similar to the
> implementatin you did for Shale, Yes, I will post a road map, As soon as
> I get a good understanding of how we can fit SCXML with the Spring
> framework. I believe Spring 2.0 may be a good candidate to integrate
> with.

Sounds good, looking forward to your suggestions.

Couple of generic comments on the process (apologies if this is all
too obvious):

 * Please do not wait for a complete roadmap, it is perfectly fine to
have gaping holes in a proposal as open or undecided issues, as
against having all answers upfront -- i.e. best to get it in front of
others sooner.
 * Please do not hesitate to ask related questions about Commons SCXML
here, that will also keep the rest of us in the loop (I'm keen on
joining in the fun as and when I can).


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rahul Akolkar []
> Sent: Friday, April 28, 2006 1:55 PM
> To: Jakarta Commons Users List
> Subject: Re: SCXML Spring Integration:
> On 4/27/06, THOMAS, JAYANT (SBCSI) <> wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Is there any plans to integrate SXCL runtime with spring MVC.
> <snip/>
> Within the spring framework, there is actually more than one place
> where it makes good sense to use Commons SCXML. To list a few:
>  * In Spring MVC, for the various flavors of controllers as you allude
> to here.
>  * In Spring Webflow, just like we demonstrated a usecase for the
> Shale dialogs [1] (Shale dialogs were inspired by Spring Webflow,
> which is the connection here).
>  * In the Inversion of Control container aspects, to do "smarter"
> dependency injection.
> Perhaps, we should have a wish list page on the Commons SCXML wiki [2].
> At the moment, my time is somewhat limited because the priority for me
> is to produce a release candidate for Commons SCXML so we can propose
> the first release on the dev list. But after that, I am definitely
> interested in looking at Spring, amongst other ideas for Commons SCXML
> floating in my mind.
> Do you have any interest in helping with the Spring related
> implementation? If you do, feel free to post a proposal / roadmap on
> the dev list and those of us who are interested can get cranking on
> it.
> -Rahul
> [1]
> [2]
> > Thanks
> > Jayant
> >

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