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BPEL and Java Cookbook by Jurij Laznik

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Handling business faults from an asynchronous BPEL process

The faults that occur either in a synchronous or asynchronous BPEL process are treated the same way inside the BPEL process. The difference, however, exists in the way the client is notified about the fault in the BPEL process. We said earlier that the client is not blocked when calling an asynchronous BPEL process. Since the communication is closed between the BPEL process and client after initiation of BPEL, we need to find a way to notify the client that something went wrong in the BPEL process. This recipe will show you how to handle the faults from the asynchronous BPEL processes.

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We modified the asynchronous BPEL process from the Calling an asynchronous BPEL process ...

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