If you have created a BPEL process outside of Process Developer, you can import the BPEL and related files into our orchestration project. If your BPEL process in already in an Eclipse project, see
Adding or Removing a Project Orchestration Nature
Here how you do this:
File > New > Orchestration Project
, and click
Type in a project name, and click
If you have XSD files, select the schema folder, and right-mouse click to select
General > File System
Browse to the directory where your XSD files reside. Import your XSD files into the schema folder.
Import your WSDL into the
folder, or alternately use Service References, as described in
Importing a Service Reference
Import your BPEL files into the
Double-click the BPEL file to open it in the Process Editor.
The file opens in the mode associated with the BPEL version: WS-BPEL 2.0 or BPEL4WS 1.1. It is opened in the modeling style, either BPMN, BPEL, or Process Developer classic, associated with the style sheet it was created with.
For details on saving your file with a different style sheet, see
BPMN-Centric and BPEL-Centric Edit Styles
Use the Problems view to correct any validation errors that occurred.
If you import your BPEL process before you add the referenced WSDL and schemas, Process Developer reports validation errors until it locates a namespace for your process.
If your WS-BPEL 2.0 process contains elements and attributes that are extensions to the WS-BPEL 2.0 specification, they are automatically declared. See