Multilistas aplicadas a la implementación de un parseador de XML para la definición de XPDL 2.2 en objective c para iOS

Meza Lara, Daniel Iván; Ruiz Rodríguez, Leidy Andrea; Bedoya, Óscar Elías Herrera
July 2012
Iteckne;jul-dec2012, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p52
Academic Journal
With the creation of the standard language BPMN(Business Process Modeling Notation) used to represent business processes, the XPDL(XML Process Definition Language) is generated, which describes the data flow information of the process using a XML(Extensible Markup Language) schema. This document shows the implementation of data structures on the development of a parser which allows the interpretation of XPDL files in the 2.2 version; using together multi-lists and the XPDL meta-model, the interpretation of the XML schema problematic is pretended to be solved, allowing a correct storage of the elements. As an additional contribution, the development of the functional parser is made under the Objective C language for iOS, which is pretended to innovate in the mobile platform field.


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