|Link support? [message #1247]
||Wed, 02 November 2005 05:49
Originally posted by: Tommi.Juhani.Heikkinen.cern.ch|
This is a question of details, but this seems to be the divider
characteristic in the existing BPEL designers. Some BPEL designers are
clearly link based, while the others don't visualise the links and encourage
to use Switch activity structure instead. The Links are part of the BPEL
specification and are very efficient in simplifying the BPEL process.
|Re: Link support? [message #1688 is a reply to message #1247]
||Fri, 04 November 2005 20:07
Originally posted by: edwin.khodabakchian.oracle.com|
This is a very good question: The plan is to support both the auto-layout
power of structured BPEL with the flexibity of linked base flows.
Basically the designer will do autoflow until you insert a <flow>
activity. At that point, you can choose if the <flow> should be auto-layed
out of allow links/manual layout.
The IBM WBI 6.1 includes this! (very cool!).
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