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BPEL PM and OSB Operational Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control by Narayan Bharadwaj

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Chapter 3. BPEL Process Monitoring

It is important to understand the complexity of a BPEL process that creates the additional need for active operational monitoring. BPEL processes are the new generation of workflow. They are SOA enabled, which means they orchestrate interactions between different systems using a common Web Service Invocation Framework (WSIF). WSIF enables BPEL to build a façade to interact with any system that is Web service enabled. The Web service interactions are called "partner links" in the BPEL framework. This is quite powerful for orchestrating complex business processes that involve new and legacy systems. It provides IT with an automated framework for enterprise-wide business processes. Monitoring BPEL processes is important ...

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