Using BPEL Processes in WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation Business Process Integration and Supply Chain Solutions

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Published 24 September 2004

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ISBN-10: 0738491454
ISBN-13: 9780738491455
IBM Form #: SG24-6324-00
(358 pages)

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Authors: William Moore, Jason Collier, John Mount, Naveen Sachdeva, Craig Spiteri, Darryl Whyatt


This IBM Redbooks publication examines business process integration using Business Process Choreographer to build solutions that help to streamline the supply chain process. We provide a sample scenario that integrates business processes to streamline a supply chain showing how suppliers and customers can use global repositories to synchronize data.

The sample scenario discussed in this publication was initially implemented using WebSphere Application Server Enterprise Process Choreographer to aggregate and transform supplier product data. Data is then published to a global repository using the WebSphere Web Services Gateway, and also loaded to a catalog that uses a WebSphere Commerce portal.

We take this existing scenario and detail how to migrate the business processes to run on WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation V5.1. As part of this migration effort we describe how to use WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition V5.1 as the development environment for process migration. The migrated sample uses Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) processes.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Supply chain and business integration
Chapter 3. Solution design and technical overview
Chapter 4. Key technologies
Chapter 5. Using WebSphere Studio
Chapter 6. Deploying the existing sample solution
Chapter 7. Migrating to WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation
Chapter 8. Deploying sample on WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation
Appendix A. Working with the redbook sample code

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