Towards self-healing execution of business processes based on rules
Source of Publication
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing
In this paper we discuss the need to offer a self-healing execution of a business process within the BP-FAMA framework (Business Process Framework for Agility of Modelling and Analysis) presented in . This will be done by identifying errors in the process specification and reacting to possible performance failures in order to drive the process execution towards a stable situation. To achieve our objective, we propose to model the high-level process by using a new declarative language based on business rules called BbBPDL (Rules based Business Process Description Language). In this language, a business rule has an Event-Condition-Action-Post condition-Post event-Compensation (ECA2PC) format. This allows translating a process into a cause/effect graph that is analyzed for the sake of ensuring the reliably of the business processes. © 2009 Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Business | Computer Sciences
Business processes modeling, Business rules, Declarative language and self-healing of business process
Boukhebouze, Mohamed; Amghar, Youssef; Benharkat, Aïcha Nabila; and Maamar, Zakaria, "Towards self-healing execution of business processes based on rules" (2009). All Works. 3747.
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