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[Apache ODE]BPEL_1 simple project

 
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Share please some simple bpel_1 project.
Like HelloWorld.

Important -----> bpel 1

Thanks!
 
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ODE comes with a few example services. One in particular -named "HelloWorld2"- looks pretty basic; is that not what you're looking for?
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:ODE comes with a few example services. One in particular -named "HelloWorld2"- looks pretty basic; is that not what you're looking for?



There are 3 examples,and they all using bpel 2.
But I need bpel_1 !
 
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I see; I wasn't sure what "bpel_1" meant. I take it you actually mean BPEL4WS 1.0 or 1.1, since there never was a BPEL 1.x? The WebServicesFaq points you to IBM's BPWS4J which implements that standard and comes with quite a few examples.
 
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Yes I meant BPEL4WS 1.0 or 1.1.
Thanks for the link, I'll analyze it.
 
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