Using WebSphere Process Server operational architecture to design your applications, Part 2: Implementation: SCA runtime, Business Process Choreographer, and supporting services

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Sebastian Faulhaber, Konstantin Luttenberger, and Anne Faulhaber

Date archived: December 1, 2016 | First published: February 11, 2009

The final installment of this two-part series describes the operational architecture of IBM WebSphere Process Server and explains how its core components work. In this article, you learn about the components that build WebSphere Process Server's runtime layer and how they work together in an operational environment. You examine SCA modules at runtime and then explore the function layer to understand how WebSphere Business Process Choreographer manages your business processes, what CEI is for, and what you should know about the supporting services.

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