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Oracle BPM Suite 12c Modeling Patterns by Vivek Acharya

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Synchronous request-response pattern

When we need to interact with a process or service and when an immediate response is required, use the synchronous interaction pattern. The following table lists the details of the synchronous request-response pattern:

Signature

Request Response Pattern

Classification

Interaction Pattern

Intent

The intent is to invoke a service interface that is defined with the request-reply operation. The goal is to serve those scenarios that expect a response from the service provider in near real time.

Motivation

To invoke synchronous operations in services and BPMN processes. Essentially, a BPM process should be able to invoke a BPEL process, SOA mediator, SOA adapters, external service, and so on, which ...

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