Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub BPEL Development Guide1. Introduction1.1. Understanding BPEL1.2. About Business Process Orchestration1.3. About Apache ODE1.4. Features of BPEL Engine2. BPEL and SwitchYard2.1. Introduction2.2. Structure of a SwitchYard BPEL Application2.3. Providing a Service with the BPEL Component2.4. Example of BPEL Component Configuration2.5. Consuming a Service from a BPEL Process2.6. Property Injection into a BPEL Process3. Administering Your System with BPEL Console3.1. About the BPEL Console3.2. Process Definition3.3. Deploying Process Definition3.4. Manually Undeploy a Process3.5. Active Process Instance3.6. View the Process Version3.7. About Business Process Analytics Format3.8. View the BPAF Data3.9. Navigating the Execution History Chart3.10. Configuring Logging Functionality3.11. View the Instance Data3.12. View a History Instance Query3.13. Active Process Definition3.14. Retired Process Definition3.15. Manually Retire an Active Process Definition3.16. Enable Execution Events4. Configuring the BPEL Engine to Run in a Clustered Environment4.1. About BPEL Engine in a Clustered Environment4.2. Install the BPEL Engine in a Clustered Environment4.3. Deploying a BPEL Process in a Clustered Environment4.4. BPEL Process Service Invocation5. BPEL and REST5.1. BPEL Console RESTful Services5.1.1. BPEL Console RESTful Services6. BPEL Database6.1. BPEL Database Schema DiagramTrademark Disclaimer BPEL Development Guide Red Hat JBoss Fuse BPELRed HatVersion 6.3Copyright © 2011-2017 Red Hat, Inc. and/or its affiliates.Trademark Disclaimer16 Jul 2018Abstract Use this guide to help you develop integrated applications with SwitchYard. 1. Introduction Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.