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Create BPEL 2.0 Model Structure

A BPEL 2.0 model consists of a BPEL Process (containing a BPEL diagram and mappable BPMN 2.0 constructs) and other supporting elements (such as a BPMN 2.0 Assignment or BPMN 2.0 Operation) required for generating a BPEL 2.0 code.

A sample BPEL 2.0 Package structure can be created in the Browser window, using the 'Select Model(s) (Model Wizard)' dialog. You can use this Package structure as a template for developing your BPEL Process.

Access

Ribbon

Design > Model > Add > Model Wizard

Context Menu

'Project' tab of the Browser window | Right-click on Package | Add a Model using Wizard

Keyboard Shortcuts

Ctrl+Shift+M

Other

Browser window header bar : Hamburger arrow. | New Model from Pattern

Create a BPEL 2.0 Package structure as a starting point for developing a BPEL Process

Step

Action

See also

1

Select the root node or a Package in the Browser window.

2

Click on the 'New Model from Pattern' menu option in the Browser window header.

Browser Header Bar

3

Select the value BPMN 2.0 in the Technology section.

Model Wizard

4

Check the option 'BPEL 2.0 Model' in the 'Name' section.

5

Click on the OK button to create the sample BPEL 2.0 Package structure.

Example BPEL 2.0 Package Structure

The BPEL Process LoanApproval_Process acts as container for the BPEL diagram and elements. The SupportingElements Package contains supporting components such as Assignments and Web Service Operations.

Creating an example BPEL 2.0 structure in Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect.

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