In a project I work in I had to create a process that does calculations based on the input. This calculations must be done from different parts in the input. So the only difference where the input variables. For this I used the option Inline Subprocesses in BPEL. An Inline Subprocess is embedded in the main BPEL-proces and can be called from different scope’s in the main process.
In this blogpost I will give a brief introduction of the use of Inline Subprocesses in BPEL.
The Inline Subprocess can be created from the main BPEL-window in the menu-bar.
When selecting this you see the next window. Here you type a name for your subprocess.
When you created the subprocess you can here select the subprocess store_output. When it’s opened it’s look like a brand new BPEL-process. Read the complete article here
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