The Open Source Workflow Framework
The main development branch is 6.2.x.
Intalio Tempo is a set of runtime components that support human workflow within an service-oriented architecture (SOA). Our main goal is to provide a complete and extensible workflow solution with a bias towards interoperable technologies (BPEL, BPEL4People, XForms, REST, and web services) as a default implementation.
BPEL4People is a specification authored by BEA, IBM, Oracle, SAP and other companies that defines BPEL extensions for human workflow functionality. Tempo follows this architecture to provide all the workflow functions defined in BPEL4People. At this time, Tempo does not rely on any BPEL extensions and uses fully interoperable WSDL and REST interfaces as its core APIs. Over time, we intend to implement the full BPEL4People specification.
Tempo offers the following features:
Web-service and REST-based interfaces that allow integration with practically any language and web/user interface technology. Technology integrations:
Native XForms integration based on the Orbeon XForms engine.
Tempo is designed for software developers and architects familiar with Java, XML, BPEL, REST, web services and, to a lesser extent, XForms.
Please see documentation index page for all available documentation, tutorials, and FAQ pages.
Technical FAQ : Answering common technical questions, and how to extend and integrate tempo to fit your needs.
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