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  • January 29, 2009
  • By Kelvin Meeks
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Click the "Create" button to define a new input variable.

Accept the default value by clicking "Ok".

Figure 37: Create Receive Input Variable

As the red arrow below points out, the Receive node now maps back to the corresponding WSDL operation

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Figure 38: Receive node Created

Add a BPEL Reply node

Next, you drag-and-drop a "Reply" node from the palette to a point just below the "Receive" node.

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Figure 39: Add Reply node to BPEL Process

Modify "Reply" node properties...

  1. Right-click the new "Reply" node and click "Edit".
  2. Set "Name: " property to: "troubleTicketReply".
  3. Select "PartnerLinkTroubleTicket" for the value of "Partner Link: ".
  4. Select "submitTroubeTicketOperation" for the value of "Operation: ".
  5. Select "Normal Response"

Figure 40: Modify Reply node Properties

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