Multi-Function Device Modeling: MFD> RE: Workflow Question for MFD Specification

MFD> RE: Workflow Question for MFD Specification

From: Zehler, Peter (Peter.Zehler@xerox.com)
Date: Fri Nov 14 2008 - 11:00:35 EST

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    Glen,

    I see the set of MFD specification enhancing the development of workflow
    solutions. The MFD specification clarifies the common semantics used by
    the various user perceived MFD functions. I expect an orchestration
    service/application would oversee the execution of complex jobs and
    handle task sequencing and task status rollup and processing. The
    orchestration service/application can leverage industry standards (e.g.
    WSCI, BPEL4WS, JDF), be market or vendor specific or, perhaps,
    eventually select one of those and create MFD orchestration service in
    its own right.

    Pete

     

    Peter Zehler

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    From: Petrie, Glen [mailto:glen.petrie@eitc.epson.com]
    Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 10:35 AM
    To: Zehler, Peter
    Cc: mfd@pwg.org
    Subject: Workflow Question for MFD Specification

     

    Peter,

     

    I understand your approach to having a set of MFD specifications that do
    not require or is based on a workflow model/architecture. Since, you
    are currently the most knowledgeable about the MFD specification/schema,
    do you see anything that would impede the development of a workflow
    solution?

     

    glen



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