You can bet your BPEL on it

Jon Fancey provides a good explanation of BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) now posted on Microsoft's MSDN site. BPEL scripts will serve as the orchestration glue between various Web services to make the whole SOA work.

Jon Fancey provides a good explanation of BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) now posted on Microsoft's MSDN site.

BPEL scripts will serve as the orchestration glue between various Web services to make the whole SOA work. BPEL was submitted to OASIS in 2003, where it is advancing toward release as a standard.








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