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Bpel - Web services security

nick theodoropoulos
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Joined: Nov 20, 2008
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Hi all ,
I have the following problem. I have created a bpel process which has three receive activities , for which i have defined correlation sets. The input to these activities is sent from a web application. Now i would like to do the following. I want to create a new web-service , which will allow someone to use it , only if the bpel process instance to which the input is reffering to (same as the correlation id i suppose) is not terminated , and only if the bpel process has not reached a certain breakpoint (For example , the first and second receive activities have been executed , but not the third one).
Also can i have something like a filter , which will intercept the input to the receive activities , and that would add some business logic.
Thanks in advance.
 
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