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From "Nitin Borwankar" <>
Subject Re: Integration of couchDB in a business process
Date Tue, 16 Mar 2010 18:35:07 GMT
Hi Mickael,

Assay Depot at is using CouchDB replication
intimately tied to their business process workflow.
They use validation functions to filter replication effectively creating
a custom workflow based on replication. 
We have created a CouchDB case study from it which is available at in a couple of videos by Chris Peterson CIO of Assay
Assay Depot has a couple of the world's top pharma companies using this
application to integrate internal process with public facing website and
services marketplace.

There are very rich possibilities in applying validation, notifications,
attachments and replication for creating workflows embodying 
custom business processes.  I'd like to talk to you offline about your
usage and if you are already using it in your business we'd like to
create a similar CouchDB case study of your business.

Nitin Borwankar

On Tue, 16 Mar 2010 11:05 +0100, "Mickael Istria"
<> wrote:
> Hi CouchDB community,
> I am a newcomer into CouchDB and I enjoy a lot using it when dealing 
> with data storage. It is often more easy to use than managing files on 
> local filesystem. Congrats to all contributors for that!
> I've spent some time recently to integrate CouchDB into our BPM solution 
> [1] which is written in Java using jcouchdb. This integration is 
> available at [2].
> What I am looking for now is an interesting use-case of how CouchDB can 
> be leveraged in a Business Process. Maybe one of you has a concrete 
> use-case that I could use to create an example process ?
> Thanks in advance,
> [1]
> [2]
  Nitin Borwankar

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