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BPEL and Java Cookbook by Jurij Laznik

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Mapping the results of a BPEL process

The applications that integrate with BPEL processes are most interested in the results. As we saw in the asynchronous scenario recipes, as a result, we receive SOAP Header and SOAP body within SOAP message. The XML presentation is not very useful for Java applications. The better solution would be to instead have Java applications consume the Java Bean classes. For that purpose, different tools exist that enable efficient XML to Java mapping.

In this recipe, we will examine how to map the results of a BPEL process to Java-based clients.

Getting ready

We will need to extend the client proxy from the Calling an asynchronous BPEL process recipe, so we need to have the asynchronous BPEL process deployed and the client ...

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