Professional graphical XPDL and BPMN Workflow editing
Together XPDL and BPMN Workflow Editor - also known as Enhydra JaWE - is a graphical Java Workflow Editor implementing native WfMC (Workflow Management Coalition) XPDL-Specifications (XML Process Definition Language) V2.1 using the BPMN graphical notation. Every WfMC compliant XPDL-File can be viewed, edited and saved either from a local/remote mapped filesystem / drive or via Wf-XML directly from WfMC compliant workflow engines like Together Workflow Server / Enhydra Shark. LDAP connections to MS Active Directory or OpenLDAP are supported for importing process participant data. References between XPDL packages/files are supported and resolved.
Extensive logical XPDL validation beyond simple XML syntax checks is done automatically. Guided dialogs for all XPDL elements / attributes, customizable activity icons, freely definable XPDL copy/paste design pattern libraries and optional graph auto-layout support productive XPDL editing. A special configuration for support of Together Workflow Server / Enhydra Shark is also included.
Open Source under the GPL V3 license
Together XPDL and BPMN Workflow Editor is an Open Source project which is publicly available on SourceForge under the GPL V3 license as "Enhydra JaWE" and has already become the worldwide de-facto standard to edit XPDL files. Even SAP is using our editor already.
A complete and powerful Workflow solution
In combination with Together Workflow Server you get a fully WfMC and OMG compliant Workflow solution. Together Workflow Server is an enormously flexible and extendable WfMC XPDL 2.1 / BPMN and "OMG Workflow Management Facility" compliant Java Workflow Engine for embedded or standalone usage. Process definitions are based on WfMC-XPDL (XML Process Definition Language) V2.1 / BPMN without proprietary extensions. For execution of serverside system activities the WfMC Tool Agents API is supported. Standard toolagents for many common tasks are included. Wf-XML is supported for communication with design tools and/or other workflow engines even from different vendors.
If you are new to WfMC XPDL we strongly recommend to read our Together XPDL and BPMN Workflow Editor Manual and XPDL Tutorial.