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Indicates that the service location (that is, the endpoint reference) is provided dynamically within the BPEL process. The location must be assigned dynamically within a Copy Operation of an Assign activity.
This selection is deprecated as of Version 9. The selection remains in place for legacy processes that use a partner definition file.
Indicates the endpoint reference is determined based on the value of the authenticated principal that sends the request to the BPEL process. In this configuration, it is assumed that service endpoints for the BPEL process are secured. When a message arrives on one of these endpoints, the authenticated user's principal (typically their username) is used as a lookup in Process Server. The server determines the proper endpoint to use based on the principal and the partner link type being invoked.
The principal endpoint type provides the security of knowing whom you are dealing with and the flexibility of being able to configure the endpoints independently from the process and its deployment.
The use of principal implies an asynchronous conversation since it is used to populate the partner role used for a callback. The pattern is a Receive-Invoke where the partner link is the same for both activities. The process declares both the myRole and partnerRole attributes for the partner link. The receipt of the data for the Receive activity result in the partner link's partner endpoint reference being initialized with the callback from the partner definition file.
Indicates the endpoint information is defined in the deployment descriptor file and is used for all invocations of the partner link.
Select this option when deploying to Informatica Cloud.