BPEL Cookbook: Best Practices for SOA-based Integration and Composite Applications Development ; Ten Practical Real-world Case Studies Combining Business Process Management and Web Services Orchestration
Ten practical real-world case studies combining business process management and web services orchestration in this book and eBook.
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good set of case studies on how and why BPEL might be used. Gives a good understanding of the software from a business perspective. Read full review
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