When Visual Studio 2005 was released, I thought that there wouldn’t be the need for a reverse engineering class designer anymore. So I did not migrate QuickModeler to VS.NET 2005. But in the recent months I got many requests for this add-in. This is probably due to the fact that Visual Studio Express does not contain a class designer. So I decided to migrate it and finally it
Active Endpoints, Inc., the leading provider of SOA orchestration products and services, today announced the availability of ActiveBPEL 3.0. The ActiveBPEL product family includes open source and commercial SOA orchestration solutions that are standards-compliant and platform-neutral, forming the foundation for fast, cost-effective business and systems integration. Among other important capabilities, ActiveBPEL 3.0 comprehensively supports the forthcoming WS-BPEL 2.0 standard, which will be officially published early in 2007.
The Eclipse based ActiveBPEL Designer is free.