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BPEL Hello World Testing | Print |  E-mail
Written by Anil Passi   
Monday, 08 January 2007
I believe you have finished building HelloWorld Project, as per previous Oracle BPEL Training article.
Lets do the testing to see Oracle BPEL HelloWorld in action.

Step 1
. Navigate to BPEL Control and select Dashboard Tab. You should now see project HelloPassiWorld.

Step 2. Click on HelloPassiWorld.
Step 3. In the input field, enter " SOA World"
Remember that we will concatenate a text to the value entered in Input Variable.
Following that the stage_2 would assign the modified input variable to output variable.
Step 4. Click on Post XML Message


Step 5. The results of the test are


You can see that result is now Hello From Passi to SOA.
Effectively, we manipulated the inputVariable and then assigned the manipulated value to outputVariable[result].
The entire exercise for developing and testing HelloWorld in BPEL will take just 2minutes provided you know the steps.

Comments (8)add
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written by venkat , January 10, 2007
hi Anil
I have a question. I am trying to install apps 11i on an external drive. What I want to do is to install vmware on the external drive first and then RH linux on it and finally apps on that linux OS. Is this possible? I mean after installing can I access it from any system to which I connect my external hard drive. Thanks in advance for your answer.
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written by Anil Passi , January 10, 2007
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Hi Venkat,

You can surely do that.
In my case I built the VM on my main PC, and then simply dragged and dropped the VM directory to External Drive. Now I am able to use my external drive wherever I wish, with a new OS alltogether.

So, to answer your question, you can install VM on either your PC or on Ext drive.

I would say build RH Linux on VM on a PC, as that will be quicker. Once built, just move the .vmx file to external hard disk.

Thanks
Anil Passi
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written by venkat , January 10, 2007
hi Anil
I have a question. I am trying to install apps 11i on an external drive. What I want to do is to install vmware on the external drive first and then RH linux on it and finally apps on that linux OS. Is this possible? I mean after installing can I access it from any system to which I connect my external hard drive. Thanks in advance for your answer.
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written by Anil Passi , January 10, 2007
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Hi Venkat,

You can surely do that.
In my case I built the VM on my main PC, and then simply dragged and dropped the VM directory to External Drive. Now I am able to use my external drive wherever I wish, with a new OS alltogether.

So, to answer your question, you can install VM on either your PC or on Ext drive.

I would say build RH Linux on VM on a PC, as that will be quicker. Once built, just move the .vmx file to external hard disk.

Thanks
Anil Passi
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written by BalaMurali , March 30, 2007
Hi Anil,

Thank you very much for your articles. They are helping a lot for the people like me.

Today I Have created a BPEL process by following your Instructions in HELLO BPEL example.It is very interesting

Thanks..
Murali.
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written by Anil Passi , March 31, 2007
Wonderful Murali, well done. Hope you can share with all the readers any further exercises you may do with BPEL.

Thanks,
Anil Passi
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written by Khanna , August 29, 2007
Dude.. That was simply super demo,I bet no one can go further simple hands on this.
I really appreciate you post on BPEL.
Problem In Deploying the Process
written by Pallavi , January 16, 2008
Hi Anil,
I tried This Progrm in my system where it is givening this error ie "-------------------------------------------------------------
| Deploying workflow form for BPELProcess1 on apux142.internal.apiscenter.com, port 2000
--------------------------------------------------------------

[deployTaskForm] There are no forms to deploy

deployDecisionServices:
[echo]
--------------------------------------------------------------
| Deploying decision services for BPELProcess1 on apux142.internal.apiscenter.com, port 2000
--------------------------------------------------------------

[deployDecisionServices] There are no decision services to deploy

"
Infact it is giving for all the processes,
Can u please give your inputs on this issue.

Thanks,
Pallavi
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