Legacy Issue Number: 14801
Source: International Business Machines ( Matthias Kloppmann)
Description of issue: The scriptLanguage is currently specified to be a String, this risks clashes across different implementations. It should either be required to be an URI, or an example should suggest this to be an URI.
Reported: BPMN 2.0b1 — Tue, 24 Nov 2009 05:00 GMT
Disposition: Resolved — BPMN 2.0
1. expressionLanguage, typeLanguage
a. Spec tables 8.1 (Definitions), 8.44 (FormalExpression)
Add the following to the descriptions for the expressionLanguage and typeLanguage attributes: "The language must be specified in a URI format."
There are no changes to the XSD or UML metamodel.
a. Change the name of the attribute to "scriptFormat". Applies to the XSD, UML metamodel, and spec (table 10.10).
b. The type of the attribute will consistently be "string". Impacts the XSD only. The UML metamodel and spec currently use "string".
c. Replace the description of the attribute in table 10.10 with: Defines the format of the script. This attribute value must be specified with a mime-type format. And it
must be specified if a script is provided.
d. Replace figure 10.10
e. Update the XSD snippet in table 10.35
Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:57 GMT