Declare is distributed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).
|Declare Service (version 2.0)|
|Java version||Java 5.0|
|Declare System (version 2.0)|
|Java version||Java 6.0|
Declare Service (version 2.0)
Declare service for YAWL is a simple web service that connects to YAWL using its B interface. The new version of the service is compatible with YAWL 2.
Declare system (Designer, Framework and Worklist). This version of Declare is compatible with YAWL 2 (process decomposition) and ProM 6 (logging and operational suport).
These are some screenshots to get a quick impression of the different components of Declare. For a more detailed overview, we refer to the manual.
The designer is used to design the organizational structure, define different languages, define (LTL based) constructs as possible relations between activities, and develop process models.
The framework is the engine of the system and it executes process models and communicates with YAWL (is necessary).
The worklist is the user-end tool. This tool is the interface between the user and the framework.
The manual can be found here.
Please report any bugs in the tool to: Michael Westergaard