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Can I see how a sample BPEL process works?

The best way to get acquainted with constructing BPEL diagrams is to create sample processes. You can design your BPEL process by modifying existing sample processes.

For samples, the New Project sample wizard automatically generates both types of projects, BPEL Module and Composite Application, so you do not need to separately create each of these projects. The IDE automatically adds the sample BPEL Module project as a JBI module to the Composite Application project.

To create a sample BPEL Module project:

  • Choose File > New Project (Ctrl-Shift-N).
  • In the Categories list, expand the Samples node and select SOA.
  • In the Projects list, select the sample project you want to create and click Next.
  • In the Name and Location page, name the project and specify the location of project files.
  • Click Finish.

In the BPEL Designer, you can create the following sample processes:

  • A Synchronous Sample Process
  • An Asynchronous Sample Process
  • Travel Reservation Service sample

The wizard creates two types of projects for the selected sample: a sample BPEL Module project and a sample Composite Application project. You can deploy the Composite Application project to the server, perform a test-run and view the output. For more information see Testing and Debugging BPEL Processes

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