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Author Yung-Li Huang
Author's Email Address eric.taiwan@gmail.com
Department Information Management
Year 2005 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language English Page Count 65
Title A Study of WSBPEL Implementation for Collaborative Supply-Chain Operations
Keyword
  • ARIS
  • BPM
  • SCM
  • WSBPEL
  • WSBPEL
  • SCM
  • BPM
  • ARIS
  • Abstract This paper concentrates on the issue of automatic execution of business processes, especially for the collaborative operations of supply chains. Information systems in most of the current enterprises are able to perform business process automatically within their own companies. However, the bottlenecks of supply-chain operations often occur when these companies trying to collaborate with their allied companies. The cause may be that the data format, networking protocols and system platforms are not compatible among the buyer and seller sites. To solve this problem, Web Service that possesses a cross-platform mechanism and open structure features has been proposed. Web Service can provide specific services from remote sites but can not fully support complicate business processes containing many different functions. In 2002, OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) released a standard, WSBPEL (Web Services Business Process Execution Language), to describe the implementation of business processes requiring many web services. The function of WSBPEL is to manage and coordinate web services when a complex business process is executed. This study focuses on complex collaborative supply-chain operations. We proposed an approach that first applies ARIS eEPC (Extended event-driven process chain) to model a business process and then transfers the result to a WSBPEL process execution model for automatic execution. A WSBPEL-based system has been constructed in terms of the ATP (Available to Promise) scenario to verify the feasibility of implementing WSBPEL. The simulation result shows that our approach can effectively execute the processes of collaborative Supply-Chain operations.
    Advisor Committee
  • Yu-cheng Kao - advisor
  • Huei-Huang Chen - co-chair
  • Ronlon Tsai - co-chair
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    Date of Defense 2006-01-16 Date of Submission 2006-04-09


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