The co-development plans for the Work Management Application Programming Interface (WMAPI) were recently announced by Microsoft and Wang as an extension of the existing Microsoft interfaces. Both companies are funding members of the Workflow Management Coalition which is respected as the industry-wide standards body. The WMAPI, similar to other vendor APIs' already available, will be publicly available for developers in the near future.
The WMAPI addresses the areas covered by the WfMC's Interface 2 (first made available for public review in April 1995) and Interface 3 specifications. Microsoft will communicate in August the early draft of WMAPI to the Coalition's Interface 2 and 3 Working Groups with three goals:
Workflow Reference Model) that complement the areas covered by WMAPI.
Microsoft and Wang will continue to play an active role in the Coalition and its Working Group's activities.
Workflow Management Coalition Office Attn. Alfons Westgeest or Emmy Botterman Avenue Marcel Thiry 204, 1200 Brussels, Belgium; tel: +32 2 774 96 33. Fax: +32 2 774 96 90. E-Mail: email@example.comOr contact one of the Country Contacts
Last updated: Mon Nov 20 09:13:53 1995 by Austin Tate, AIAI (A.Tate@ed.ac.uk)