BPM APIs revisited – DirectBinding and Facade APIs by Niall Commiskey

Direct Binding Invocation -
A common way to invoke a composite is to use SOAP over HTTP. This is enabled by creating a SOAP service for your composite using web service binding. You can also use direct binding, which provides a tighter integration alternative. 
Direct binding enables Java clients to directly invoke composite services,  bypassing the intermediate conversion to XML required with web service binding. 

Direct Binding Invocation API - Here we leverage oracle.soa.management.facade.Locator. The following composite contains a BPM process that can be invoked via direct binding.  Read the complete article here.

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