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BPEL Artifact

To create an BPEL workflow, right click on the C-App project and select BPEL Workflow from the menu.





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There are three ways to create a BPEL artifact.

  1. New BPEL Project
  2. BPEL Workflow in the workspace
  3. Import BPEL Workflow
New BPEL Project is a sub-option of Create BPEL Workflow in workspace option. If you do not have any created BPEL workflows in your workspace, you can select New BPEL Project, and create a new BPEL workflow. In this option, it will list all the available projects in the workspace to the drop-down box. You have to choose the correct BPEL project among them if you already have created BPEL projects in your workspace.



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If you click New BPEL Project button, you will get a wizard to create a BPEL project in the workspace, which will be pointed by the C-App project at the end. Give a name to the project.





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Click Modify under Configuration.





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Go to Runtimes and you will see Apache Ode 1.x Runtime is listed if you run Apache Ode atleast once before.





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Select Apache Ode 1.x Runtime and BPEL 2.0 Facet and click OK.

Then you will see Target Runtime has been set to Apache Ode 1.x Runtime. Now click Finish.





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Now you will see a new BPEL Workflow has been created under the C-App project.





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A new BPEL project is also created in the workspace according to the name given in the BPEL Project wizard.





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With Import BPEL Workflow option, you can import a BPEL workflow which is saved in the Zip format, from the file system.





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Select the C-App project you want to create BPEL Workflow and and give a name to the workflow. Then click Finish.





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