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XLANG

(XML LANGuage) An XML-based language for defining business processes from Microsoft. XLANG is used in Microsoft's BizTalk Server and was based on the WSDL language with extensions that describe behavior. See BizTalk Server, WSDL and BPEL.
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It is completely dependant on Process Definition Languages, such as WPDL, XLANG, Petri Net.
Se destacan algunos estandares propuestos en www.ebPML.org como Xlang y WSFL y mas recientemente BPEL, patrocinado por Microsoft (www.microsoft.com) e IBM (www.ibm.com), XPDL por la WfMC (Workflow Management Coalition, www.wfinc.org), extensiones a UML propuestas por OMG (Object Management Group, www.omg.org) y WSCI, el cual esta bajo la supervision de W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
The process modeling languages that are likely to have most effect in the BPM world are Microsoft's Xlang and the BPMI's (bpmi.org) BPML (the latter being championed by SAP, among others), and those are both specified using pi calculus.