By JuergenKress on Nov 27, 2013
Oracle Business Process Management uses transactions to control the steps throughout it’s processes. In the Oracle BPEL processes you are able to use a checkpoint to explicit force a dehydration during your process.
Oracle BPMN doesn’t have a specific activity to perform the same. However you can force a dehydration by using a timer catch event in your process. Setting the timer to 2 seconds is sufficient.
(I think this might actually be 1 second, but the manual claims that the duration should be more than 1 second so we use 2 seconds to be sure).
Oracle Business Process Management Catch Timer Event
Overview of where transactions occur in Oracle BPM/BPEL (source: Oracle performance tuning guide): Read the full article here.
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