Developing a transactional Advanced Integration Service with IBM Business Process Manager, Part 2, Defining the business process

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Carlo Randone

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: March 13, 2013

Leveraging the capabilities of the Advanced Integration Services (AIS) in IBM® Business Process Manager V8 Advanced, this series describes how to implement a distributed ACID transactional scenario in IBM Business Process Manager that includes two databases on different machines. The scenario shows the automatic rollback capabilities offered by the SCA-based management in an AIS. Part 2 of the series describes how the business process is designed and implemented using the BPMN notation in Process Designer.

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