BPM Suite 11g: set the Composite Instance title with a BPM component

In this blog I will describe how to set the composite title with a BPM component. I will also describe where this approach matches and where it differs from setting the title with a BPEL or Mediator component.

Lets first start with an overall important match: you need the setCompositeInstanceTitle function. This function sets the composite instance title and returns it. The return value brings us to the biggest difference: the assignment of the return value. In BPMN and BPEL you must assign the return value to a variable. In Mediator you must assign it to a property.

This post shows the BPM approach. In parallel posts I show the BPEL and Mediator approach.

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SOA Suite 11g: set the Composite Instance title with a Mediator component

In this blog I will describe how to set the composite title with a Mediator component. I will also describe where this approach matches and where it differs from setting the title with a BPM or BPEL component.

Lets first start with an overall important match: you need the setCompositeInstanceTitle function. This function sets the composite instance title and returns it. The return value brings us to the biggest difference: the assignment of the return value. In BPMN and BPEL you must assign the return value to a variable. In Mediator you must assign it to a property.

This post shows the Mediator approach. In parallel posts I show the BPM and BPEL approach.

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SOA Suite 11g: set the Composite Instance title with a BPEL component

In this blog I will describe how to set the composite title with a BPEL component. I will also describe where this approach matches and where it differs from setting the title with a BPM or Mediator component.

Lets first start with an overall important match: you need the setCompositeInstanceTitle function. This function sets the composite instance title and returns it. The return value brings us to the biggest difference: the assignment of the return value. In BPMN and BPEL you must assign the return value to a variable. In Mediator you must assign it to a property.

This post shows the BPEL approach. In parallel posts I show the BPM and Mediator approach.

Continue reading