January 28, 2021
Hot Topics:

Consider GlassFish ESB v2 for SOA Tooling

  • By Kelvin Meeks
  • Send Email »
  • More Articles »
Note: The File Name property should be set to SubmitTroubleTicket. You will also note that ".bpel" suffix given to the Created File.

Click here for a larger image.

Figure 29: New BPEL Process - Name and Location

Click "Finish".

An empty BPEL Process is now defined within the project.

Next, you will customize the BPEL Process Flow.

BPEL Process Flow Design

The next few steps will demonstrate how to associate the WSDL that you just imported into the project as a new PartnerLink within the new BPEL process that you just created.

As you will note from the next screenshot, I have used arrows to help you locate the slightly shaded area in the NetBeans IDE which is known as the "Partner Lane" in a BPEL Design view.

Click here for a larger image.

Figure 30: Locate the "Partner Lane"

Create New Partner Link

To do this, you will drag-and-drop the TroubleTicket.wsdl file in the CaptureTroubleTicket project in the NetBeans IDE from the Project folder to what is known as the Partner Lane.

Note the difference between the screenshot in Figure 31, when the WSDL file is dragged into the "Partner Lane"—but the cursor is not yet hovering over the anchor...versus Figure 32.

Click here for a larger image.

Figure 31: Dragging WSDL to Partner Lane - Cursor Not Over Anchor

In this screenshot, the cursor is over the "Partner Lane" anchor.

Click here for a larger image.

Figure 32: Dragging WSDL to Partner Lane - Cursor Over Anchor

Page 9 of 17

This article was originally published on January 29, 2009

Enterprise Development Update

Don't miss an article. Subscribe to our newsletter below.

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date