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Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, and BPEL Part Two: BPEL and User Recommendations
In a somewhat simplified language, while Web services allow applications to easily exchange and reuse information, it is only when they are orchestrated

web page translation  Part One discussed SAO, Web services, and BPM. BPEL Business process execution language (BPEL)-based products work by encapsulating the orchestration facilities necessary to coordinate, manage, and monitor service-oriented business processes. For the Java camp, that could be achieved through exposing these facilities to developers through a Java server page (JSP)-like component called ScenarioBean that is based on industry standards such as XML, SOAP, WSDL, Java Message Service, BTP and electronic

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Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. 

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