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Dehydration in BPEL – Oracle SOA Suite 11g

Dehydration – Offers Reliability, fail-over protection Over the life cycle of a BPEL instance, the instance with its current state of execution may be saved in a database. When a BPEL instance is saved to a database, the instance is … Continue reading

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