The Imixs Workflow Modeler is a graphical tool for workflow modeling.
WorkflowModels can be created and edited independently of the application logic, and later be combined with a workflow application. This allows fast, transparent and an easy maintenance of business processes. The IX Workflow Modeler is implemented as an Eclipse plug-in and profits from all advantages offered by the Eclipse IDE.
The plug-in is freely available as an Open Source version and can be adapted to the individual requirements or expanded at any time through predefined extension points.
The following sections containing a javadoc including the description of the different classes and interfaces of this Implementation.
The goal of this project is to provide an easy to use java based technology which focus on human based workflow. This means that the Imixs Workflow is typical used for Human-To-Human Workflows but it can also be used for technical business process management.
The goals of the Imixs Workflow Modeler project is to provide developers and users of a Workflow Management System with an easy tool to model a business process. The Eclipse based Modeler allows to model typical business cases and provides a Web Service Interface to update any Workflow Management System build on the Imixs Workflow API with model data.
The plug-in is freely available as an Open Source version and can be adapted to the individual requirements or expanded at any time through predefined extension points. The IX Workflow API can integrate the created WorkflowModels at any time to facilitate further processing.
This project site gives an overview over the basic concepts behind the Imixs Workflow Modeler and you will find also examples how to work with the tool.
All results of the Imixs Workflow project and subprojects are subject to the GNU General Public License (GPL). You are free to use the results of the project in you own software project. We also invite you to participate as much as you wish. Every project obtains its strengths in virtue of the persons involved. The role and responsibility of everybody involved in this project is based on merits. Every input counts!