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  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: Using Process Developer
  3. Part 2: Creating and Modifying Processes
  4. Part 3: Functions, Events, Errors, and Correlation
  5. Part 4: Testing and Deployment
  6. Part 5: Process Central and Process Server (On-Premises)

Process Developer

Process Developer

About Project Orchestration and Validation Builders

About Project Orchestration and Validation Builders

As you add and modify BPEL processes, a background validation builder works to ensure locate errors and problems in your process, imported WSDLs, and other resources. Errors, warnings, and information are reported in the
Problems
tab.
Each orchestration project has two builders:
  • The
    orchestration builder
    performs validation on BPEL, B-unit, PDD and PDEF files. This builder also tracks dependencies between files. For example, if a WSDL file changes, the BPEL file importing it is automatically validated.
  • The
    validation builder
    is part of the Eclipse Web Tools Project that ships with Process Developer. This builder validates WSDL and schema files and checks for WS-I conformance.
To disable or enable builders for an orchestration project:
  1. In the Project Explorer, right-mouse click on an orchestration project, and select
    Properties
    .
  2. In the Properties dialog, select Builders.
    Notice that the Orchestration and Validation builders are enabled, and you can disable them if desired.
You can set a preference for WSDL cache and time out values to make building faster or slower, depending on the speed of your computer or network. See Cache and Timeout Preference.

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