Implementing advanced workflow patterns in WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server, Part 1, Basic control flow patterns and cancellation and force completion patterns

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Jing Wen Cui, Ying Ji Sun, and Yu Jie Gu

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: October 18, 2010

The Workflow Patterns Initiative is widely used or referenced when enterprises want to model their workflow. Its 43 workflow patterns post a big challenge to all kinds of BPEL engines.

WebSphere Process Server is a powerful business process automation engine with high performance. Customers can implement their workflow patterns easily with WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integrated Developer. Compared with other BPEL engine products, WebSphere Integrated Developer v7.0 and WebSphere Process Server v7.0 can implement all 43 patterns, but can also implement them easily and graciously.

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