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WebSphere Process Server is the runtime engine for artifacts produced in a business-driven development process.Technically, WebSphere Process Server is mounted on top of WebSphere Application Server and extends the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.

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WebSphere Process Server Introduction

WebSphere Process Server is the runtime engine for artifacts produced in a business-driven development process.

Technically, WebSphere Process Server is mounted on top of WebSphere Application Server and extends the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.

Since 2011, WebSphere Process Server has been integrated to IBM Business Process Manager suite and its functionality is included on the “Advanced” version of this suite.
IBM WebSphere Process Server V6 is a comprehensive Service Oriented Architecture integration platform, which is based on WebSphere Application Server V6.

You can use WebSphere Process Server to develop and execute standards-based, component-based business integration applications in a Service Oriented Architecture.

IBM Websphere Process Server Training Curriculum

Business Process Management and Service-Oriented Architecture

Exploring WebSphere Integration Developer, part I

IBM WebSphere Integration Developer Overview

Exploring WebSphere Integration Developer, part II

Service Component Architecture Overview

Exploring WebSphere Integration Developer, part III

SCA Bindings

Working with Web services

Business Objects

Creating business objects and shared interfaces

Business Process Choreography Overview

Creating a business process, part I

Business Process Basic and Structured Activities

Creating a business process, part II

Business Process Handlers, Runtime Behavior, and Clients

Creating a business process, part III

Business Rules

Creating business rules

Adapters

Implementing WebSphere (JCA) Adapters

Developing Mediation Services

Creating mediation services, part I

Mediation Primitives and Service Message Objects

Creating mediation services, part II

Human Tasks and Human Task Clients

Implementing human tasks, part I

Human Task Roles, People Queries, and Escalations

Implementing human tasks, part II

Advanced Testing, Debugging and Deployment

Using component tests and the debugger

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What is SOA?

SOA: SOA is a Service Oriented Architecture. Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a software design and software architecture design pattern based on structured collections of discrete software modules, known as services that collectively provide the complete functionality of a large software application. Purpose of SOA is to allow easy cooperation of a large number of computers that are connected over a network. Every computer can run an arbitrary number of programs – called services in this context – that are built in a way that they can exchange information with any other service within the reach of the network without human interaction and without the need to make changes to the underlying program itself.

What is the Compensation in WPS and usage?

Compensation of microflows and long-running processes can be used to “undo” the outcome of service invocations that have already completed. It is used when choreographing non-transactional services. (If all the services were transactional, you could have them participate in a single transaction).
In long-running processes, compensation of activities that have successfully executed is initially triggered by a fault raised in the process, or can be explicitly triggered using a compensation activity. This is a useful technique for reversing the effects of already-committed transactions within a long-running process.

How can we handle exceptions in WPS?

Faults are used to signal problems in BPEL business processes. They can be caught by a Catch or CatchAll element in a fault handler. A Catch element specifies the fault that it catches by fault name and/or fault data. Unknown faults are caught by CatchAll elements.
Fault handlers can be defined for invoke activities, for scopes, or for the complete business process. They catch faults that are thrown in their scope. If a fault is thrown in a scope, but is not caught by the fault handler of that scope, it is automatically re-thrown to the next enclosing scope.If a fault reaches the process level the process ends in the state failed after the associated fault handler was processed.

What are import and export and difference?

An export allows exposing a service, so that the service can be called by a service requester. An import allows calling a service.
Imports and exports have associated bindings that define the communication mechanism (for example, Web service bindings [SOAP/HTTP or SOAP/JMS]) and configuration that provides the details of the transport connection and the format of messages that flow on that connection. Data bindings and data handlers are associated with import and export bindings to allow the message format to be configured.
EXPORT: Exports process incoming requests from outside SCA modules
IMPORT: Imports process outgoing requests to components outside SCA modules
BINDING: Binding determines how imports and exports interact with components outside a module

What is the Compensation in WPS and usage?

Compensation of microflows and long-running processes can be used to “undo” the outcome of service invocations that have already completed. It is used when choreographing non-transactional services. (If all the services were transactional, you could have them participate in a single transaction).
In long-running processes, compensation of activities that have successfully executed is initially triggered by a fault raised in the process, or can be explicitly triggered using a compensation activity. This is a useful technique for reversing the effects of already-committed transactions within a long-running process.

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