Dr. Mohammed Alodib

Example: Asynchronous BPEL Hello World

As we know that BPEL can be executed either asynchronously or asynchronously.
The synchronous BPEL process is considered as two way operation (request/response), e.g. Hello World.
Whereas, the asynchronous BPEL is one way operation which receives the request
and there is no response.
In this blog, I will try to give a simple example of asynchronous BPEL.
This example is based on writing values to a file.
The basic idea of this example is to receive the name of the person, then it writes in a file
Hello: $PersonName
To do so, we need to create a new SoA project as follows.