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Subject: Re: [wsbpel] RE: Issue - 52 - Should BPEL provide a standard wayto specify when flows are sending messages to each other?
I don't know about other members, but I don't want to start messing with WSDL for handling messages that don't cross the process boundary. Nor do I want to expose these ports to the outside world, which means that a BPEL definition that makes such use of WSDL will not convey these semantics. In other words, it would not be portable or interoperable. I much prefer if the language had capabilities to address these use cases directly. As you say, that would also expose any deadlock and other issues and allow the specification to address them directly. IMO finding a constrained way that supports these use cases without resorting to WSDL trickery is the best solution. arkin Yaron Goland wrote: >Previously we all agreed  that intraprocess messaging was already >possible in BPEL through a deployment time binding. Since intraprocess >messaging is already possible doesn't this mean that if there are deadlock >issues they already exist in BPEL independent of this proposal? > > Yaron > > http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/wsbpel/200308/msg00178.html > > >