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BPEL4WS (BPEL for short) is an executable business process modeling language. BPEL defines business processes using an XML-based language. There is no defined graphical modeling notation but there are separate tools that can graphically model BPEL4WS.

 

BPEL uses web services as its external communication mechanism. Thus BPEL's messaging facilities depend on the use of the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) 1.1 to describe outgoing and incoming messages.

 

You can export a BPMN model to BPEL using a script called PGExportToBPEL in QPR ProcessGuide. This script will check the BPEL validity of the model which is based on the BPMN template and create the necessary WSDL and BPEL files from it. If the model is not valid for BPEL, the script will stop running and an error message is displayed.

 

To use the script, select Home arrow_right Run Script... and select PGExportToBPEL.pmf from the list. For further information on using the script, please contact QPR.

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