For each BPEL process and each service in general, we can set several qualifiers. Qualifiers are used to define how transactions will be propagated and how they will control the timing and quality of message delivery. We can set qualifiers for BPEL processes and services in general. We do this in the assembly diagram. We can also set the qualifiers within the BPEL process. We do this in the business process editor.

There are five groups of qualifiers that we can set from the assembly diagram:

  • Reliability
  • Activity session
  • Security
  • Other asynchronous
  • Miscellaneous

We can set the qualifiers by clicking the Properties tab at the bottom of the screen. In the Details section, we can look at the qualifiers that have been set on an element in the ...

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