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

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Choosing the correct workflow service client

There are a number of options available when choosing how your client code makes calls to the human workflow service. This recipe discusses some of the trade-offs between them.

How to do it...

The following guidelines are used when selecting a strategy for creating a client that interacts with the workflow service:

  1. If an application is not implemented in Java, or connects over a WAN or a LAN, then using the SOAP client will be your only option.
  2. If you are connecting using Java, either from within the same or from a remote JVM, then using the Remote EJB client will be the best option.

How it works...

The workflow service can be accessed using one of three clients: the SOAP client, the remote EJB client, and ...

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