D:compierepgsqlbin>initdb -D d:/compiere/pgsql/data -E UTF8 –locale=C
The default text search configuration will be set to “english”.
creating subdirectories … 100
selecting default shared_buffers/max_fsm_pages … 32MB/204800
创建配置文件 … initializing pg_authid … initializing dependencies … 创建系
统视图 … loading system objects’ descriptions … 创建字符集转换 … creating
dictionaries … 对内建对象设置权限 … 创建信息模式 … 清理数据库 template1 ..
. 拷贝 template1 到 template0 … copying template1 to postgres …
警告: 为本地连接启动了 “trust” 认证.
你可以通过编辑 pg_hba.conf 更改或你下
次运行 initdb 时使用 -A 选项.
Success. You can now start the database server using:
“postgres” -D “d:/compiere/pgsql/data”
“pg_ctl” -D “d:/compiere/pgsql/data” -l logfile start
There is a clear link between capacity planning in a workflow environment and in a production environment. Many concepts used in MRP systems can be directly transfered into workflow management systems. Rather than the BOM,however it is now the process definition which is starting point.
–worflow management system, wil van der aalst
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Before you begin preparation of your proposal, carefully read the “Request for
Proposals” (RFP) and “Frequently Asked Questions” (FAQs) to clearly understand the
issues to be addressed and the information you are required to submit.
All proposals must include certain basic information. These basics include:
Why are you doing this project?
What will you be doing?
How will you be doing it?
Who will be doing it?
Where will it be done?
How long will it take?
How much will it cost?
The following generic proposal template is provided for guidance only. The USISTF does
not require a specific format. Follow this format in organizing your thoughts for preparing
Executive Summary: Some people consider this the most important part of the proposal
because it is the reviewer’s first impression. Even though it appears first, write it last
because it is a summary of the proposal. The executive summary is a concise
description of the project covering objectives, need, methodology, and dissemination
plans. It should identify the expected outcomes of the project. An executive summary
should be less than 750 words and fit on one page.
Need: Well-documented description of the problem to be addressed and why it is
important. Use support information, statistics and/or succinct statements to make your
point. This section should describe the significance, timeliness, and importance of the
project. Make a compelling case for it. Why should the sponsor give you funding?
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Objectives: Indicate the expected outcomes of the project, preferably in measurable
terms. This shows what you will do, for whom, by how much, and by when. When the
project is completed, you will be able to evaluate it and determine whether the project
succeeded or not in achieving its objectives. Identify short-term and long-term
Methods: The critical part of the proposal and is the longest part and worth the most
points. It is a plan of action for how the objectives will be achieved. This section usually
starts with a description of the overall approach, its relevance, effectiveness, and
innovativeness. Then it gives details on methodology, the population being addressed,
and how anticipated problems will be managed.
Evaluation: Describes the means by which the grantee and funding agency will know if
the project has accomplished its objectives. It may also describe plans for collecting
additional information to improve the project. What is the purpose of the evaluation, what
data will be collected, how will it be analyzed, and how will the results be reported?
Plans for disseminating products and findings to the sponsor and to the community at
large can also be described in this section. How will the results of this program be
Qualifications: This section outlines the ability of the grantee to successfully complete
the project. Show prior related experience, describe facilities, and equipment available.
Importantly, list key personnel who will work on the project and include their resumes.
Also mention any consultants who will work on the project, and give evidence (a letter, email)
that they have agreed to participate.
Timetable: Describe how long (days, months) specific tasks or components of the project
will take. If possible, include a milestone chart in this section.
Budget: Show the annual and overall cost of the project. A detailed budget should be
divided into categories such as salaries, fringe benefits, travel, supplies, equipment, etc.
Indirect costs should also be shown. Sub-categories should provide a line item detailed
breakdown of the funds requested. This should be accompanied with a budget narrative
to clarify and justify the figures. If matching funds are to be provided by the grantee,
identify the amount and budget category. The USISTF requires use of a specific budget
Image Counts: The appearance of your proposal does make an impression on the
reviewer. The narrative description should not exceed 10 typed, Letter-Size (8.5” x 11″),
single-spaced pages, 12-point font. The proposal should be neat and readable, and it is
recommended to complete it at least a day or two before the deadline.
seven forms of bpm – after read
use case 1:bpm as a discipline
refers to the analysis, documentation and improvement of the procedures that
describe how people and systems work together in an organization.
In the context of BPM as a discipline, we believe that a process model
from a non technical business analyst can never be translated into an executable process model by
just adding technical details to it.
Who is going to spend the time to link the
analysis blocks to the executable blocks and then keep that mapping up to date.
jBPM’s jPDL language is designed to facilitate this approach. First of all, it’s based on free graph
modeling. Secondly, it has so called actions, which can be seen as event listeners.
This allows the developer to add programming logic without
changing the diagram structure.
Also super-states are often used in the context of creating better
communication between business analyst and developer.
Use Case 2 : Combining template based and ad hoc task management
is often overlooked is that template based task orchestration only suits for a limited number of
First the process must be relatively stable. And secondly, enough executions of this
process have to happen so that the gain that can be achieved with software support is worth the
In jBPM 4, the task management component will support this ad hoc human tasks. The
combination will be awsome. Human tasks in processes can be specified at a course grained level.
Use case 3 : Transactional asynchronous architectures
BPEL also focuses on asynchronous architectures, but then in a (web) services environment, rather
then a Java environment.
From the history
information it is very easy to collect valuable statistical information like the average time in each
step of the process.
Use case 4 : Service orchestration
Service orchestration is actually a variant of the previous use case ‘transactional asynchronous
Use Case 5 : Visual programming
With visual programming, we will target developers that do not yet have the full skillset to develop
programming can lower the treshold to build applications for developers that have no or limited
Use Case 6 : Thread Control Language
We’ll develop a Thread Control Language which lets you specify a multithreaded Java concurrency
by drawing forks, joins and method activities.
Use Case 7 : Easy creation of DSLs
General purpose process languages are different from domain specific process languages.
There is even an easier way. Instead of creating a full process language for a specific purpose, it is
also possible to leverage jPDL’s capabilities and just add new node types to it.
前几天看到了一个关于人类进化的节目，说人类现在已经到了进化的最高阶段，而且由于医疗卫生条件的提高，人类已经丧失了进化的能力 – 因为正常的进化高峰是20岁之前，而现在大多数人都可以顺顺利利活过20岁，因为自然条件已经无法决定人类的优胜劣汰了。虽说自己不是很懂这些理论，但也觉得有点道理。