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From Erik Allais <erik.all...@altervisions.com>
Subject Re: Dynamic BPEL process
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2007 17:20:40 GMT

Thanks for your response,
i wonder if BPEL can manipulate complex type return ?

Regards,
Erik

Matthieu Riou-2 wrote:
> 
> On 8/7/07, Erik Allais <erik.allais@altervisions.com> wrote:
>>
>> <snip>
>> i will probably make BPEL Template and i want to instanciate this process
>> dynamically,
>>
>> For example, i use a bpel template to synchronize data between 2
>> applications.
>> This 2 application are unknow... The final user will choose this
>> application
>> and the data to synchronize
>>
>> In this kind of case study, i need to specify the variable/WS dynamically
>> in
>> this Generic BPEL
> 
> 
> So you can have a BPEL process that assigns partner links dynamically. You
> send your process a message giving it the address of a service and it can
> then use this address as a process partner with a simple assignment.
> 
> For your variables are you saying you don't know the values or even the
> structure of the variable. If the former, that's exactly what BPEL
> variables
> are for, you assign messages to variables and are free to manipulate them.
> If the latter, you can still have variables typed as xsd:any but you'll
> have
> to know at least a bit about them if you want to manipulate them
> 
> Cheers,
> Matthieu
> 
> Regards,
>> Erik
>>
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