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Subject: Issue - 305 - Remove query language in favor of expression language for <to>
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This has changed in the WS-BPEL 2.0 spec. Queries still have a context when used as part of propertyAlias but not as part of a copy operation component. Other than the separate configuration of a query language there is no discernable difference between queries and expressions in a WS-BPEL 2.0 process so why have both?
The proposal includes the following changes:
The propertyAlias will retain its queryLanguage since it provides a context for the query to execute.
Changes: 21 Jul 2006 - new issue
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