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SOA 11g - BPEL Client Invoking One Way OSB Service behaves as a Synchronous Call (Doc ID 1930927.1)

Last updated on MARCH 27, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Service Bus - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A BPEL client invoking a one-way OSB service behaves like a synchronous call, waiting for the response instead of continuing to execute immediately.

When the BPEL client invokes a BPEL service, the asynchronous behaviour is working fine, but when the BPEL client invokes an OSB service, it behaves like a synchronous call and not as fire and forget.

For example, your use case could be similar to this one:

1. Build a oneway OSB service that takes only input
2. Invoke the OSB service from BPEL
3. The invocation does not behave like fire and forget. BPEL waits until the OSB execution is complete and any issues in the OSB service impact the calling BPEL service.


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