A simple codelet example demonstrating usage. Much of the work is done in the
abstract ancestor, but of course those base classes do not need to be relied upon -
all the work my be done in this class if desired.
The Element passed back to the caller of the execute method must contain the results
of the execution. It should be constructed as:
"root" can be called anything; each paramName must be the same as one of the
triggering workitem's output parameters.
Creation Date: 18/06/2008
Fields inherited from class org.yawlfoundation.yawl.resourcing.codelets.AbstractCodelet
The implentation of the abstact class that does the work of this codelet. Note
that calls to most of the base class methods may throw a CodeletExecutionException
which should be passed back to the caller,
This method is called when an external entity (such as the YAWL editor) requests
the list of parameters required by the codelet. Override to populate the list.
Each parameter should include a name, data type and description as a minimum.