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  1. Select "XML" file type.
  2. Select "External WSDL Document(s).
  3. Click "Next".

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Figure 25: BPEL WSDL Import - Choose File Type

Specify resource location:

  1. Select "From Local File System".
  2. Browse to where you saved the TroubleTicket.zip.
  3. Click "Finish".

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Figure 26: BPEL WSDL Import - Specify Resource Location

Your NetBeans IDE CaptureTroubleTickets project should reflect the successful import of the TroubleTicket.wsdl file under the "Process Files" folder.

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Figure 27: BPEL WSDL Import - Success

Create the Trouble Ticket BPEL Process

In the CaptureTroubleTickets Project view:

  1. Right-click on the project folder.
  2. Click New > BPEL Process.

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Figure 28: Create New BPEL Process

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