Using the BPEL Designer and Service Engine
One of the primary means of orchestrating web services is the use of Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). This guide provides an overview of the the BPEL Designer and the BPEL Service Engine, and describes how to use these tools to design, edit, compile, and deploy BPEL processes ways in which the IDE enables you to edit, compile, and deploy BPEL processes compliant with the WS-BPEL 2.0 specification.
The BPEL Designer is a graphic BPEL editor that enables you to easily create and edit BPEL processes, deploy them to the BPEL Service Engine, and run these processes in test or debug modes.
The BPEL Service Engine is a JSR 208-compliant JBI runtime component that provides services for executing WS-BPEL 2.0, an XML-based language used to program business processes.
What You Need to Know
The following topics contain introductory and conceptual information for the BPEL Designer and Service Engine.
Creating a Project
The following topics contain instructions for using the BPEL Designer to create a BPEL Module Project.
Using the BPEL Designer
The following topics contain information about using the BPEL Designer.
Using the BPEL Service Engine
The following topics contain information about using the BPEL Service Engine in a project.
The following topics contain information about advanced operations for the BPEL Designer and Service Engine
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