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Say you have a simple BPEL process that gets messages from JMS queue
through a JMSAdapter, transforms the message, and then calls a down
stream service via SOAP.
For such a simple BPEL process, are there any optimization that can be done for performance?
The answer is yes. And the low hanging fruits can be picked from layer between the inbound JMSAdapter and BPEL process.
Please read my blog Skipping an unnecessary step at BlogSpot to find out how to optimize the performance for this scenario.[Read More]
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