Process Management with the BPEL Console

Now that we have successfully deployed a BPEL process on the Oracle BPEL Server, let’s execute it. In Chapter 3 we mentioned that each BPEL process is a web service. Therefore, to start the BPEL process we need to invoke it just like any other web service. This requires writing a web services client based on the WSDL. Because web services are not bound to a particular platform or programming language, we can do this using most languages (Java, C#, VB.NET, Delphi, etc.), applications (SAP, Navision, even Microsoft Office), tools (XML Spy), or other BPEL processes.

In addition to these options, Oracle BPEL Process Manager provides a BPEL Console through which we can execute, monitor, manage, and debug BPEL ...

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