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The magic of correlations in SOA, BPM and Oracle Integration Cloud– Virtual Developer Meetup July 6th 2020

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OIC and especially the process part share a lot with the BPM Suite and BPM sits on top of SOA Suite. So they share a lot of features. Some features are obvious. Others less obvious. Some lesser obvious similarities might be of interest even in the Cloud environment. Today I want to highlight one of those that are in the process-engine from the very first release of Oracle BPEL: correlations. Why is this such a distinctive feature, what can we do with it and how do we implement it?

Martien van den Akker
Senior Consultant
Darwin IT


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