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Oracle BPM Suite 12c Modeling Patterns by Vivek Acharya

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Asynchronous interaction pattern

The BPM process can invoke an asynchronous process or service using the Message Throw Event or Send Task. The process can use either the Message Catch Event or Receive Task to receive a response from the invoked process/service. When we invoke an asynchronous process or a service, the invoked process or service becomes a child of the calling (invoking) process. This section will uncover how to invoke an asynchronous process or service using the Message Throw and Catch Event. This section also has a subsection on invoking an asynchronous process or service using the Send and Receive Tasks. The following pattern table illustrates the pattern signature for an asynchronous request response (request callback) pattern: ...

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