BPEL Learnng Guide

BPEL Learning Guide

Date Published:
05 Jun 2003

BPEL4WS – Business Process Execution Language for Web Services
Java developers need to publish synchronous and asynchronous Web services and compose them into reliable and transactional business flows. Web service orchestration standards (SOAP Conversation, BPEL4WS and WS-Transaction) are emerging and need to be packaged into a reliable and easy-to-manage software solution. So we've gathered a wealth of information to get you up-to-speed quickly.

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BPEL Learning Guide

This was first published in May 2004

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