By Elisabetta Di Nitto, Alfonso Fuggetta
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OlE3 II , : ... : why? 1 01: whet seems to be missing - city? ,): ond country In cmDl Figure 17. 3. Soue as Note ) ~ An example of highlighting another user's current process stage and artefacts. CoLLaborative process modelling and work planning Serendipity process model views may be shared amongst developers, and synchronously, semi-synchronously or asynchronously edited. , 1996b). , 1996b). Serendipity provides information about the work contexts of their collaborators in a high level, synchronous way as shown in figure 17, by highlighting and colouring collaborators enacted stages.
1995a). 2. Process enactment A Serendipity process model can be enacted by users for a particular project at any time. Enacted processes can be modified at any time to extend and improve the process specification, more precisely define the work to be done, or rewrite the history of work done to assist in process improvement and work documentation. A process model is enacted by selecting the stage to enact and selecting a menu option. The user also specifies a reason for the enactment and, if the stage has subprocess models defined, a start stage to commence in.
LIIo. :) Figure 10. An example of artefact change event filtering. nt <:fUlngu , I /'bM iJl ef1 OO~ 1- I ..... · 'I illill ..... fo"\ '. \:::::;J riels. Figure JJ. 0 An example of complex filtering and actions. "designer" is notified of the event. "RDB table change" can be defined in two ways: as a large list of artefact change event patterns which indicate the change is to a table, or by determining if the event originated from the RDB table designer tool. Roles, tools and artefacts used in a VEPL specification act as filters, if events flow into them from other process model components.