The SCXML specification declares that the origin property should be equivalent to the target attribute of the <send/> element, and if possible allow sending messages back. Since that means that for scxml senders the origin should contain the session ID, QUrl is utterly useless here.
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Qt State Machine Framework v1.1 This component adds an API for creating hierarchical finite state machines. Note that this solution is experimental and work in progress: No backwards compatibility (source nor binary) is provided. The State Machine Framework lets you define and run state machines. It also includes tools to load or compile SCXML files.