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BPEL and Java Cookbook by Jurij Laznik

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Chapter 2. Calling Services from BPEL

This chapter contains the following recipes:

  • Implementing web services with Axis2
  • Implementing web services with JAX-WS
  • Invoking RESTful web services
  • Invoking synchronous web services
  • Invoking asynchronous web services
  • Dynamic selection of a web service endpoint
  • Invoking web services in a sequence
  • Invoking web services in parallel
  • Handling the faults thrown from web services
  • Throwing the faults from BPEL

Introduction

Web services have evolved into a matured technology over the past few years. A web service, as the W3C consortium defines it, is a software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network. Large enterprises are seeking ways to make IT more agile to support their business ...

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