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Oracle SOA Suite Performance Tuning Cookbook by Matt Brasier, Nicholas Wright

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Reducing the completion persist level

In this recipe, we'll change conditions that can govern when dehydration is performed by the BPEL engine upon process completion.

Getting ready

You'll also need a composite loaded into JDeveloper for this recipe. We have provided one with this chapter's source code, available from the book's website.

You'll also need to have set the in inMemoryOptimization flag; see the Changing a BPEL process to be transient recipe for instructions on doing this.

How to do it...

Follow these steps to reduce the BPEL completion persist level:

  1. Load the composite into JDeveloper and open the composite.xml file.
  2. Locate the <component> section, and add a property element, as follows:
    <property name="bpel.config.completionPersistPolicy">faulted</property> ...

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