JOLIE is an interpreter for a new high level programming language, designed for SOAs (Service Oriented Architecture) orchestration (as, for example, WSBPEL by OASIS).
The whole program is written entirely in Java to ensure cross-platform capabilities, following strictly an object-oriented development method focused on components reusability and virtualization.
Where does JOLIE come from?
JOLIE was born as a project for a thesis in computer science at the University of Bologna, Italy. The project is based upon a theoretical calculus equipped with semantics (named SOCK), developed in the same university.
Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) may be really difficult to orchestrate and they imply a lot of problematics about connectivity, loosely coupling, parallel execution and so on. JOLIE is an attempt to solve all these issues, providing an easy to use language which abstracts from them all.
What's New in This Release:
· A new heuristic for improving incoming communication handling performance has been introduced.
· Lot of bug fixes and performance improvements in the session execution engine.
· Request-Response operations must now declare their throwable fault names.