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Dynamic failure recovery of generated workflows

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5 Author(s)
M. Gajewski ; Rodan Syst. S. A., Warsaw, Poland ; M. Momotko ; H. Meyer ; H. Schuschel
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An important research area in the workflow management domain is the adaptation of workflows to unexpected events or failures at runtime. In this paper we present a concept for dynamic and automated workflow re-planning that allows to recover from such failures. To handle the complex dynamic situation of a partially executed workflow, we propose a multi-step procedure that includes the termination of failed activities, the sound suspension of the workflow, the generation of a new process definition, and the adequate process resumption. An important aspect of the presented re-planning procedure is that all steps including the generation of a new process definition are fully automated.

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16th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA'05)

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22-26 Aug. 2005