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From "Lucarz, Adam" <a.luc...@cenit.de>
Subject How to design an asynchronous BPEL process?
Date Tue, 22 Sep 2009 14:32:59 GMT
Hello,
 
I am a newbie to the BPEL topic and I have tried and read a lot the last
days about designing BPEL processes. But I couldn't find out how I can
create an asynchronous process. I am thinking about a process which is
initalized/called by a web service client and DO NOT blocks the client
while running.
 
I have attached a process which contains only a receive statement and
does nothing after all. In my imaginary beautiful world the process
would receive the message and run out to the end. But the client would
be freed just after the receiving. 
 
My intention is to provide an one-way process method because I do not
need any response at this point.
 
I am sure that I didn't understand some aspect...so...can someone help
me with some hints?
 
Greetings
Adam


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