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If I have some event sequences ('trace') in memory, how can I generate it into log?
One of they ways to acchieve this is via the Process log generator: http://www.processmining.it/sw/plg
You can also use CPN Tools to create event logs
The third option would be to write custom Java code to convert the event sequences into an XLog object.
Hi,Can you explain what you mean with "I use the gena"? Is this "gena" a ProM plugin? Seems unlikely if it asks for Python files, but one never knows.Kind regards,Eric.
Dear Shahzad,I'm sorry, but I'm not familiar with this "Jena" plugin. Where did you download this from?Kind regards,Eric.
Dear Shahrzad,I can only tell this Gena tool comes with its own (old) version of the ProM framework, which cannot read the latest ProM package repository properly. I think you should contact the Gena people for this. It is not up to me to build a BPMN importer that reads your data along with the BPMN model. Sorry, but that would be more up to you. The BPMN importer I developend reads a BPMN model from a standard BPMN file. Any extensions need to be developed by the people that need these extensions.Kind regards,Eric.