F. Rosenberg, S. Dustdar:
"Business Rules Integration in BPEL - A Service-Oriented Approach";
Report No. TUV-1841-2005-30,
Business rules change quite often. These changes cannot be handled efficiently
by representing business rules embedded in the source code of the
business logic. Efficient handling of rules that govern ones business is one
factor for success. That is where business rules engines play an important
role. The service-oriented computing paradigm is becoming more and
more popular. Services offered by different providers, are composed to new
services by using Web service composition languages such as BPEL. Such
process-based composition languages lack the ability to use business rules
managed by different business rules engines in the composition process. In
this paper, we propose an approach on how to use and integrate business
rules in a service-oriented way into BPEL.
Business Rules, BPEL, Service-oriented Approach
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