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BPEL Service Engine
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.


To access the BPEL Service Engine go the following link:


BPEL Features
The BPEL Service Engine supports the following features:

  • Standard JBI 1.0 engine component.
  • Supports BPEL 2.0, see BPEL 2.0 Language Constructs
  • Provides and consumes web services defined by using WSDL 1.1
  • Exchanges messages in JBI-defined XML document format for wrapped WSDL 1.1 message parts
  • Implements endpoint status monitoring
  • Supports mutliple-thread execution
  • Supports debugging of business processes
  • Supports database persistence of business process instances for reliable recovery from system failure
  • Supports load balancing and failover when clustered


Downloads

Shared Libraries:
wsdlextlib.jar
saxonlib.jar

 
To install:
1) Download files to a location on disk

2) Go to Netbeans - Services Panel - Servers - Glassfish - JBI- Shared Libraries
3) Right click on Shared Libraries node and select Install to browse for the files you downloaded at step 1)

 

JAR Files:
bpelserviceengine.jar
 

To install:
1) Download files to a location on disk
2) Go to Netbeans - Services Panel - Servers - Glassfish - JBI- Service Engines
3) Right click on Service engines node and select Install to browse for the files you downloaded at step 1)
4) Right click on installed engine and select Start

 

NBM Files:
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-core.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-debugger-api.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-debugger-bdi.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-debugger-ui.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-debugger.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-editors-api.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-editors.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-mapper.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-project.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-refactoring.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-samples.nbm
org-netbeans-modules-bpel-search.nbm
 
To install:

1) Download these files to a location on disk
2) Go to Netbeans -> Tools -> Plugins
3) Click on the Downloaded tab
4) Click Add Plugins to browse for the files you downloaded at step 1
5) Click on Install and follow the prompts


Documentation


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This particular version was published on 25-Jun-09 15:50 PM, -0700 by S. Varghese