Friday, 6 July 2012

Empty Activity in BPEL 11g

Empty Activity in BPEL

This activity enables you to insert a no-operation instruction into a process. This activity is useful when you must use an activity that does nothing (for example, when a fault must be caught and suppressed).

Figure A-12 shows the Empty dialog in BPEL 1.1.

Figure A-12 Empty Dialog

In BPEL 2.0, the Empty dialog includes a Documentation tab and does not include a Skip Condition tab.



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