A common system requirement is to dynamically schedule the future execution of a process or service relative to the occurrence of some event.
For example, we may have a customer satisfaction process, which we want to execute one month after the customer received delivery of ordered goods. Alternatively, we may want to schedule a repeating process for a specific period of time, for example, to track the status of a shipped item until it is delivered.
While this can be done using BPEL, it can cause issues when managing the dehydration store. Often, a better approach is to get the BPEL process to create a scheduled job to manage this separately.
You will need to download the Scheduler from the Rubicon ...