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<span style="color:#EE6B00; font-size:16px; font-weight:bold;">BPEL</span> <span style="color:#3E6A8F; font-size:16px; font-weight:bold;">Service Engine</span><br>
The BPEL Service Engine is a JSR 208-compliant JBI runtime component that provides services for
executing WS-BPEL 2.0 (or simply BPEL) compliant business processes. The service engine supports one-way,
request-response operations (as defined in WSDL 1.1), within stateful, long-running interactions
that involve two or more parties. Asynchronous request-response is accomplished using two one-way operations,
one implemented by a partner, the other implemented by the business process using correlation.
Furthermore, an easy-to-use BPEL editor interface is provided to allow you to edit, build, test and deploy
your project to the BPEL Service Engine.
<span style="color:#EE6B00; font-size:16px; font-weight:bold;">HL7 Processor</span><br>
This Note walks the reader through development of a Java CAPS 6/JBI-based / OpenESB-based solution that addresses a Healthcare-related business problem. The Note elaborates on the healthcare background necessary to get a notion of what is being done and why, and provides detailed steps required to implement and exercise the solution to the business problem.
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To access the BPEL Service Engine go the following link:
<li> <a href="">BPEL SE Wiki</a></li>
<li> <a href="kb/60/ep-bpel-se.html">BPEL SE User's Guide</a></li>
We will use the HL7 Binding Component, the File Binding Component, the JMS Binding Component, the SOAP/HTTP Binding Component, the BPEL
2.0 Service Engine, the JavaEE Service Engine, the HL7 Encoder and EJB-based Web Services in a JBI-based solution.

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