Ant-based interactive workflow management: a case study on RMI

This paper proposes a web-based interactive workflow definition and invocation system assisting users in
orchestrating a set of distributed services-activities and expressing complex dependencies between them
in XML. We use Ant, which is a Java-based and freely distributed commodity tool, for workflow definitions
and workflow engine. Adopting Ant as a workflow engine provides platform independence and immediate
integration into the Grid services framework. Sometimes, workflow scripts need to be used repeatedly with a little change; framework enables reusable scripts to be created, stored and edited for later use. This allows
sharing and dynamic modifications of workflows between multiple participants. The practicality and
usefulness of the system is demonstrated through a concrete case study on Remote Method Invocation
(RMI) jobs.


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