process choreography

process choreography

In a service oriented architecture (SOA), it refers to the flow of business processes. A "non-interruptible" or "microflow" process receives input and generates output. An "interruptible" or "macroflow" process can take any length of time to complete, be interrupted for human interaction as well as be shut down and restarted. See Web services.
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* Process choreography: Business processes can be modeled, designed and implemented on the ESB to some extent, in terms of how messages are received, prioritized, queued and handled.
However, considering a complex B2B scenario that requires the participants to agree on process choreography, an approach whereby each participant describes its own view on the process in isolation will fail.
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