Consuming Async SOA in a WebService Proxy By Anagha Desai

Consider a scenario where an application is built using SOA Async processes and needs to be consumed in a WebService Proxy. In this blog, we will be demonstrating how to implement this use case. To achieve this, we will follow a two step process:

  • Create an Async SOA BPEL process.
  • Consume it in a WebService Proxy.

Pre-requisite:

Jdeveloper with SOA extension installed.

Steps:
To begin with step 1, create a SOA Application and name it SOA_AsyncApp.

This invokes Create SOA Application wizard. In the wizard, choose composite with BPEL process in Step 3. Read the complete article here.

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