Every BPEL activity accepts the following standard attributes: 'name', 'joinCondition' and 'suppressJoinFailure'. The 'name' attribute is an optional unique within the script NCName (as defined in the XMLSchema) identifying the activity. The 'joinCondition' is a boolean expression which determine how incoming links' state will be tested, by default this is 'true()' which means the logical OR of the states of incoming links. The 'suppressJoinFailure' is a flag to raise or not exception if join condition fails, by default this is 'no'.

The common elements for every activity are 'target' and 'source'. These elements are used together with links and used to designate which link the current activity depends on or for which one it is a prerequisite. See also section for 'flow' activity below.

This allows the business process to do a blocking wait for a particular message to arrive.

A BPEL process instance is created by a receive activity with the createInstance attribute set to true.

partnerLink

name of a partner declared in the script from which the process is to receive a message.

portType

name of the 'port' as declared in corresponding WSDL file.

operation

name of the operation

variable

name of the variable to which the received message will be assigned.

createInstance

used to make instance of the BPEL process and start its execution.

<receive partnerLink="ncname" portType="qname" operation="ncname"
    variable="ncname"? createInstance="yes|no"?
    standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <correlations>?
        <correlation set="ncname" initiate="yes|no"?/>+
    </correlations>
</receive>
              

allows the business process to send a message in reply to a message that was received through a <receive>

partnerLink

name of a partner declared in the script to which to send a message.

portType

name of the 'port' as declared in corresponding WSDL file.

operation

name of the operation

variable

name of the variable whose value will be used as output message.

faultName
<reply partnerLink="ncname" portType="qname" operation="ncname"
    variable="ncname"? faultName="qname"?
    standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <correlations>?
        <correlation set="ncname" initiate="yes|no"?/>+
    </correlations>
</reply>
              

This allows the business process to invoke a one-way or request-response operation on a portType offered by a partner. When both 'inputVariable' and 'outputVariable' are specified this means request-response operation will be performed. Please note that the operation is defined primarily in the partner's WSDL.

partnerLink

name of a partner declared in the script to who send a message and optionally receive a response.

portType

name of the 'port' as declared in corresponding WSDL file.

operation

name of the operation to invoke

inputVariable

name of the variable whose value will be used as the message to the partner.

outputVariable

name of the variable to which the response will be assigned.

<invoke partnerLink="ncname" portType="qname" operation="ncname"
    inputVariable="ncname"? outputVariable="ncname"?
    standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <correlations>?
        <correlation set="ncname" initiate="yes|no"?
            pattern="in|out|out-in"/>+
    </correlations>
    <catch faultName="qname" faultVariable="ncname"?>*
        activity
    </catch>
    <catchAll>?
        activity
    </catchAll>
    <compensationHandler>?
        activity
    </compensationHandler>
</invoke>
              

can be used to update the values of variables with new data. An <assign> construct can contain any number of elementary assignments (copy sub-elements).

<assign standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <copy>+
        from-spec
        to-spec
    </copy>
</assign>

This represents in <copy> the right part of the assignment.

<from variable="ncname" part="ncname"? query="xpath-expression"?/>
<from partnerLink="ncname" endpointReference="myRole|partnerRole"/>
<from variable="ncname" property="qname"/>
<from expression="general-expr"/>
<from>literal value</from>

This represents in <copy> the l-value of the assignment.

<from variable="ncname" part="ncname"? query="xpath-expression"?/>
<from partnerLink="ncname" endpointReference="myRole|partnerRole"/>
<from variable="ncname" property="qname"/>

generates a fault from inside the business process

faultName

the fault code to be thrown.

faultVariable
<throw faultName="qname" faultVariable="ncname"? standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
</throw>
              

Used to immediately terminate the execution of a business process instance.

<terminate standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
</terminate>
              

Wait until a given point in time or for a specified duration.

for

an duration expression as defined in XMLSchema (for example PT10S)

until

an date time expression as defined in XMLSchema

<wait (for="duration-expr" | until="deadline-expr") standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
</wait>
              

insert a "no-op" instruction into a business process

<empty standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
</empty>
              

define a collection of activities to be performed sequentially in lexical order

<sequence standard-attributes>
    standard-elementsactivity+
</sequence>
              

Select exactly one branch of activity from a set of choices

case

the branch which will be executed if 'condition' attribute returns true.

otherwise

will be executed if all 'case' conditions are evaluated to false.

<switch standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <case condition="bool-expr">+
        activity
    </case>
    <otherwise>?
        activity
    </otherwise>
</switch>
              

Repeat activity while a condition is true.

condition

an XPath expression which will be evaluated every time before contained activities. If this evaluates to false the loop finishes.

<while condition="bool-expr" standard-attributes>
    standard-elementsactivity
</while>
              

This blocks and waits for a suitable message to arrive or for a time-out expire. When one of the events specified in the body of the pick occurs the pick completes. Only one of the activities in the body of the pick will actually take place.

createInstance

This is an alternative of the 'receive' to make a new process instance. And can be expressed as: 'pick' plus 'onMessage' equals to 'receive' activity.

<pick createInstance="yes|no"? standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <onMessage partnerLink="ncname" portType="qname"
        operation="ncname" variable="ncname"?>+
        <correlations>?
            <correlation set="ncname" initiate="yes|no"?/>+
        </correlations>
        activity
    </onMessage>
    <onAlarm (for="duration-expr" | until="deadline-expr")>*
        activity
    </onAlarm>
</pick>

This is to wait for an incoming message from given partner.

The attributes are the same as for receive activity

This will register a time-wait object whose expiration will trigger the pick. Obviously no more than one can be specified in a given 'pick'

The attributes are the same as for the wait activity

defines a nested activity with its own associated variables, fault handlers, and compensation handler

variableAccessSerializable
<scope variableAccessSerializable="yes|no" standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <variables/>?
    <correlationSets/>?
    <faultHandlers/>?
    <compensationHandler/>?
    <eventHandlers/>?
    activity
</scope>
              

Specifies one or more activities to be performed concurrently.

<flow standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
    <links>?
        <link name="ncname"/>+
    </links>
    activity+
</flow>
              

This is used to invoke compensation on an inner scope that has already completed normally. This construct can be invoked only from within a fault handler or another compensation handler

<compensate scope="ncname"? standard-attributes>
    standard-elements
</compensate>
              
<compensationHandler>?
    activity
</compensationHandler>
              
<faultHandlers>?
    <catch faultName="qname"? faultVariable="ncname"?>*
        activity
    </catch>
    <catchAll>?
        activity
    </catchAll>
</faultHandlers>
              

This container will be executed whose 'faultName' attribute value matches the thrown fault.

This container will be executed if non of the 'catch' containers are matched, so if no 'catchAll' is specified, the contained scopes will be compensated and the fault will be re-thrown to the outer scope.

This is a container for events, thus it can contain onMessage or/and onAlarm events. Semantic of the onMessage and onAlarm is same as defined in pick activity, the difference is that here these can be executed asynchronously while the events of the defining scope are running. The events in an event handler section may thus interrupt the execution of the body of the scope. This feature can be used for supporting asynchronous cancel messages or timeouts imposed on a whole sequence of operations..

<eventHandlers>?
    <onMessage partnerLink="ncname" portType="qname"
        operation="ncname"
        variable="ncname"?>*

        <correlations>?
            <correlation set="ncname" initiate="yes|no"/>+
        </correlations>
        activity
    </onMessage>
    <onAlarm for="duration-expr"? until="deadline-expr"?>*
        activity
    </onAlarm>
</eventHandlers>
              

This is a specific extension of the Virtuoso BPEL implementation. The exec activity allows executing SQL code from inside a BPEL process without having to define a distinct SOAP service for this.

binding

only "SQL", "JAVA" and "CLR" are currently permitted.

<bpelv:exec binding="SQL">
    insert into dummy values ('hello world');
</bpelv:exec>
              

The additional procedures BPEL.BPEL.setVariableData and BPEL.BPEL.getVariableData allow manipulating BPEL variables. See SQL API for details.

All errors occurring during the SQL execution are translated into BPEL errors.

First of all, the java support in BPEL4WS is available only for java enabled virtuoso servers. In order to enable java support the following administration steps need to be taken:

  • 1. Make java compiler (javac) available for virtuoso server

  • 2. Enable "system" call by setting the AllowOSCalls? parameter in virtuoso.ini to 1.

  • 3. Add "classlib" directory to CLASSPATH

After the BPEL4WS package has been installed, the server needs to be restarted.

The BPEL4WS package creates the classlib directory in the server's root with BpelVarsAdaptor?.class. This directory and this file are necessary for the proper operation of the Java interface.

There are two elements which support java execution in BPEL4WS scripts: <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import?> (namespace is "http://www.openlinksw.com/virtuoso/bpel") and the Oracle compatible form <bpelx:exec import?> (namespace is "http://schemas.oracle.com/bpel/extension"). These tags are equal.

If the tag contains the "import" attribute the appropriate package will be imported. Example:

<bpelx:exec import="java.util.*"/>
            

Otherwise, the included code will be executed. It is suggested to use <![CDATA[ statement for representing the java code. Example:

<bpelx:exec>
   System.out.println("getVariableData returned: " + getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/v:destRequest/v:city"));

   setVariableData ("res",
         "repl_payload",
         "/v:destResponse/v:country",
         "KZ");
</bpelx:exec>
            

The two "functions" are available for accessing script variables: setVariableData and getVariableData (analogs of the xpath functions with same names).

void setVariableData (String var_name, String part, String query_path, Object value);
            

sets the variable. The value to be set is restricted to be string or integer in this version.

getVariableData
            

is a full analog of xpath function getVariableData. See details below.

Note, the activity does not commit changes to the database until it finishes successfully, so if in a case of exception the variables are kept untouched. This also means that deadlocks can occur.

The communication errors must be handled and processed in the java code itself.

If some unhandled exception occurs in java code, it will be translated to a BPEL error. See details in the next section.

Two types of errors can be signalled:

  • 1. upload time exceptions

  • 2. runtime exceptions

The first type exceptions are related to configuration and java syntax errors. These are as follows:

  • 1. [BPELX] The "system" call is disabled, it is needed for use java code in BPEL4WS scripts. * This error is signalled when the "AllowOSCalls" is set to 0. So the engine can not call java compiler. It One must set this parameter in ini file to 1 and restart the server to resolve this issue.

  • 2. [BPELX] Compilation of java code for NAME failed. Try to call "javac NAME.java" for details. * The compilation of generated class for the activity has failed. Try to call the suggested operation from command prompt with the same PATH and CLASSPATH global variables to see the javac output.

Runtime errors not handled by java method itself are translated to the BPEL fault in the following form:

<bpws:javaFault sqlState="SQLSTATE">
 error message
</bpws:javaFault>
            

this error can be handled by BPEL fault handler. Here is an example:

...
    <receive partnerLink="caller" portType="v:dest" operation="check_dest" variable="request" createInstance="yes"/>
    <scope>
      <faultHandlers>
        <catch faultName="bpws:javaFault" faultVariable="error">
          <assign>
            <copy>
              <from variable="error" query="/javaFault"/>
              <to variable="res" part="repl_payload" query="/destResponse/country"/>
            </copy>
          </assign>
        </catch>
      </faultHandlers>
      <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" name="invokeSomething"><![CDATA[
   System.out.println("Executing Java exec in BPEL");
   System.out.println("getVariableData returned: " + getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/v:destRequest/v:city"));

   setVariableData ("res",
         "repl_payload",
         "/destResponse/country",
         "UK");
   if (true)
     throw (new Exception("test"));
   ]] >
       </bpelv:exec>
     </scope>
    <reply partnerLink="caller" portType="v:dest" operation="check_dest" variable="res"/>
...
            

In this code the handler for java exception is set:

...
        <catch faultName="bpws:javaFault" faultVariable="error">
          <assign>
            <copy>
              <from variable="error" query="/javaFault"/>
              <to variable="res" part="repl_payload" query="/destResponse/country"/>
            </copy>
          </assign>
        </catch>
...
            

The handler takes the error message from the variable which holds it ("error") and puts it into the response variable.

void setVariableData (String var_name, String part, String query_path,
            Object value)
            

- changes BPEL variable named var_name. The "part" is a part of the message stored in the variable. "query_path" selects the data in the variable to be changed. The "value" can be only string or integer, so if several subdata need to be changed the setVariableData must be called several times. If the "part" and "query_path" must be ignored their can be passed as empty strings ("").

String getVariableData (String var_name, String part, String query)
            

- returns selected data from the part named by "part" argument of variable named by "var_name" argument. If the selection failed the NULL is returned.

There are two special variables: "variables" and "xmlnss_pre". They can be changed in the java code, in this case the behaviour of the engine is unpredictable. So, it is strongly recommended do not use these variables.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<process xmlns:jsm="urn:java:sendMail"
        xmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2003/03/business-process/"
        name="javaSendMail"
        targetNamespace="urn:java:sendMail"
        xmlns:bpelx="http://schemas.oracle.com/bpel/extension"
        xmlns:bpelv="http://www.openlinksw.com/virtuoso/bpel">

  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="java.io.*"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="java.net.InetAddress"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="java.util.Properties"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="java.util.Date"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="javax.mail.*"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="javax.mail.internet.*"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" import="com.sun.mail.smtp.*"/>

  <partnerLinks>
    <partnerLink name="caller" partnerLinkType="jsm:dest"/>
  </partnerLinks>

  <variables>
    <variable name="request" messageType="jsm:destRequestMessage"/>
    <variable name="res" messageType="jsm:destResponseMessage"/>
  </variables>
  <sequence>
    <receive partnerLink="caller" portType="jsm:dest" operation="send" variable="request" createInstance="yes"/>
    <bpelv:exec binding="JAVA" name="sendMail"><![CDATA[
        String  to, subject = null, from = null;
        String mailhost = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/jsm:destRequest/jsm:mailhost");
        String mailer = "OpenLink Virtuoso[BPEL script]";
        try {
                to = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/jsm:destRequest/jsm:to");
                subject = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/jsm:destRequest/jsm:subject");

                Properties props = System.getProperties();
                props.put("mail.smtp.host", mailhost);
                Session session = Session.getInstance(props, null);

                Message msg = new MimeMessage(session);
                if (from != null)
                        msg.setFrom(new InternetAddress(from));
                else
                        msg.setFrom();
                msg.setRecipients(Message.RecipientType.TO,
                                        InternetAddress.parse(to, false));
                msg.setSubject(subject);
                msg.setText ((String)getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/jsm:destRequest/jsm:text"));

                msg.setHeader("X-Mailer", mailer);
                msg.setSentDate(new Date());
                SMTPTransport t = (SMTPTransport)session.getTransport("smtp");
                try {
                    t.connect();
                    t.sendMessage(msg, msg.getAllRecipients());
                } finally {
                    System.out.println("Response: " +
                                                t.getLastServerResponse());
                    t.close();
                }

                System.out.println("\nMail was sent successfully.");
                setVariableData ("res",
                        "repl_payload",
                        "/jsm:destResponse/jsm:status",
                        "OK");

        } catch (Exception e) {
            String err_str = "Failed: " + e.toString();
            e.printStackTrace();
            if (e instanceof SendFailedException) {
                MessagingException sfe = (MessagingException)e;
                if (sfe instanceof SMTPSendFailedException) {
                    SMTPSendFailedException ssfe =
                                    (SMTPSendFailedException)sfe;
                    System.out.println("SMTP SEND FAILED:");
                    System.out.println(ssfe.toString());
                    System.out.println("  Command: " + ssfe.getCommand());
                    System.out.println("  RetCode: " + ssfe.getReturnCode());
                    System.out.println("  Response: " + ssfe.getMessage());
                } else {
                        System.out.println("Send failed: " + sfe.toString());
                }
                Exception ne;
                while ((ne = sfe.getNextException()) != null &&
                        ne instanceof MessagingException) {
                    sfe = (MessagingException)ne;
                    if (sfe instanceof SMTPAddressFailedException) {
                        SMTPAddressFailedException ssfe =
                                        (SMTPAddressFailedException)sfe;
                        System.out.println("ADDRESS FAILED:");
                        System.out.println(ssfe.toString());
                        System.out.println("  Address: " + ssfe.getAddress());
                        System.out.println("  Command: " + ssfe.getCommand());
                        System.out.println("  RetCode: " + ssfe.getReturnCode());
                        System.out.println("  Response: " + ssfe.getMessage());
                    } else if (sfe instanceof SMTPAddressSucceededException) {
                        System.out.println("ADDRESS SUCCEEDED:");
                        SMTPAddressSucceededException ssfe =
                                        (SMTPAddressSucceededException)sfe;
                        System.out.println(ssfe.toString());
                        System.out.println("  Address: " + ssfe.getAddress());
                        System.out.println("  Command: " + ssfe.getCommand());
                        System.out.println("  RetCode: " + ssfe.getReturnCode());
                        System.out.println("  Response: " + ssfe.getMessage());
                    }
                }
            }
            setVariableData ("res",
                        "repl_payload",
                        "/jsm:destResponse/jsm:status",
                        err_str);
        }

        ]] ></bpelv:exec>
    <reply partnerLink="caller" portType="jsm:dest" operation="send" variable="res"/>
  </sequence>
</process>
            

and support WSDL file:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<definitions name="javaSendMail"
  targetNamespace="urn:java:sendMail"
  xmlns:jsm="urn:java:sendMail"
  xmlns:plnk="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2003/05/partner-link/"
  xmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/">
  <types>
    <schema attributeFormDefault="qualified" elementFormDefault="qualified"
      targetNamespace="urn:java:sendMail"
      xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">
      <element name="destRequest">
        <complexType>
          <sequence>
            <element name="mailhost" type="string"/>
            <element name="to" type="string"/>
            <element name="subject" type="string"/>
            <element name="text" type="string"/>
          </sequence>
        </complexType>
      </element>
      <element name="destResponse">
        <complexType>
          <sequence>
            <element name="status" type="string"/>
          </sequence>
        </complexType>
      </element>
    </schema>
  </types>
  <message name="destRequestMessage">
    <part name="req_payload" element="jsm:destRequest"/>
  </message>
  <message name="destResponseMessage">
    <part name="repl_payload" element="jsm:destResponse"/>
  </message>
  <portType name="dest">
    <operation name="send">
      <input  message="jsm:destRequestMessage" />
      <output message="jsm:destResponseMessage"/>
    </operation>
   </portType>
   <plnk:partnerLinkType name="dest">
     <plnk:role name="destProvider">
       <plnk:portType name="jsm:dest"/>
     </plnk:role>
   </plnk:partnerLinkType>
</definitions>
            

The CLR is available only for CLR enabled Virtuoso servers. In order to configure the server for CLR support in BPEL4WS engine the following administration steps need to be taken:

  • 1. Initiate "CLRAssembliesDir" configuration entry ("Directory where .NET CLR assemblies must be stored") by the path where "virt_bpel4ws.dll", "virtclr.dll" etc are stored.

The tag for supporting CLR is <exec binding="CLR" [using | ref ]>.

<exec> with "using" attribute relates to "using" directive in C# code.

<bpelv:exec binding="CLR" using="System"/>
          

in BPEL file is a substitution of

using System;
            

statement in the C# code.

To import assemblies (with a manifest) the <exec> element with "ref" attribute must be used:

<bpelv:exec binding="CLR" ref="metad1.dll"/>
<bpelv:exec binding="CLR" ref="d:\\myassemblies\\sms_service.dll"/>
            

If the tag does not contain these attributes then the content of the tag is treated as C# code. It is suggested to use CDATA sections for the code. Example:

<bpelv:exec binding="CLR" name="invokeSomething"><![CDATA[

        Console.WriteLine("Executing CLR assembly in BPEL");
        Console.WriteLine("getVariableData returned: " + getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/tns:destRequest/tns:city"));

        setVariableData ("res",
                        "repl_payload",
                        "/destResponse/country",
                        "UK");
]] ></bpelv:exec>
            

Two "functions" are available for accessing script variables: setVariableData and getVariableData (analogs of the xpath functions with same names).

void setVariableData (String var_name, String part, String query_path, Object value);
            

sets the variable. The value to be set is restricted to be string or integer in this version.

Object getVariableData (String var_name, String part, String query)
            

is a full analog of xpath function getVariableData. See details below.

Note, the activity does not commit changes to the database until it finishes successfully, so in a case of exception the variables are kept untouched. This also means that deadlocks can not occur during C# code execution (naturally, this statement is not true if the code contains direct invocation of SQL through the "in-process" .NET provider).

If the some unhandled exception occurred in C# code, it will be translated to a BPEL error. See details in the next section.

Runtime errors not handled by CLR itself are translated to the BPEL fault in the following form:

<bpws:clrFault sqlState="SQLSTATE">
 error message

</bpws:javaFault>

this error can be handled by BPEL fault handler. Here is an example:

...
    <scope>
      <faultHandlers>
        <catch faultName="bpws:clrFault" faultVariable="error">
          <assign>
            <copy>
              <from variable="error" query="/clrFault/text()"/>
              <to variable="res" part="repl_payload" query="/clr:destResponse/clr:status"/>
            </copy>
          </assign>
        </catch>
      </faultHandlers>
      <bpelv:exec binding="CLR" name="Hotmail"><![CDATA[
             String login, passwd;
                login = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/clr:destRequest/clr:login");
                passwd = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/clr:destRequest/clr:password");
                Console.WriteLine ("user:" + login + " password:" + passwd);

                HotmailUsage usage = new HotmailUsage();
                Console.WriteLine ("Result: " + usage.Call_Hotmail (login, passwd));

                setVariableData ("res",
                        "repl_payload",
                        "/clr:destResponse/clr:status",
                        "OK");
        ]] ></bpelv:exec>
        </scope>
    <reply partnerLink="caller" portType="clr:dest" operation="send" variable="res"/>
...
    

In this code the handler for CLR exception is set:

...
        <catch faultName="bpws:clrFault" faultVariable="error">
          <assign>
            <copy>
              <from variable="error" query="/clrFault/text()"/>
              <to variable="res" part="repl_payload" query="/clr:destResponse/clr:status"/>
            </copy>
          </assign>
        </catch>
...
            

The handler takes the error message from the variable which holds it ("error") and puts it into the response variable.

The name and the signature of BPEL accessors for CLR are fully equal to the java accessors. See java section for details.

The special variables for CLR are the same as for Java. See java section for details.

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<process xmlns:clr="urn:clr:Hotmail"
        xmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2003/03/business-process/"
        name="clrHotmail"
        targetNamespace="urn:clr:Hotmail"
        xmlns:bpelx="http://schemas.oracle.com/bpel/extension"
        xmlns:bpelv="http://www.openlinksw.com/virtuoso/bpel">

  <bpelv:exec binding="CLR" using="HotmailUsageChecker"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="CLR" ref="l:\\distrib_3_0\\bin\\Hotmail.dll"/>
  <bpelv:exec binding="CLR" using="System"/>

  <partnerLinks>
    <partnerLink name="caller" partnerLinkType="clr:dest"/>
  </partnerLinks>

  <variables>
    <variable name="request" messageType="clr:destRequestMessage"/>
    <variable name="res" messageType="clr:destResponseMessage"/>
  </variables>
  <sequence>
    <receive partnerLink="caller" portType="clr:dest" operation="send" variable="request" createInstance="yes"/>
    <scope>
      <faultHandlers>
        <catch faultName="bpws:clrFault" faultVariable="error">
          <assign>
            <copy>
              <from variable="error" query="/clrFault/text()"/>
              <to variable="res" part="repl_payload" query="/clr:destResponse/clr:status"/>
            </copy>
          </assign>
        </catch>
      </faultHandlers>
      <bpelv:exec binding="CLR" name="Hotmail"><![CDATA[
             String login, passwd;
                login = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/clr:destRequest/clr:login");
                passwd = (String) getVariableData ("request", "req_payload", "/clr:destRequest/clr:password");
                Console.WriteLine ("user:" + login + " password:" + passwd);

                HotmailUsage usage = new HotmailUsage();
                Console.WriteLine ("Result: " + usage.Call_Hotmail (login, passwd));

                setVariableData ("res",
                        "repl_payload",
                        "/clr:destResponse/clr:status",
                        "OK");
        ]]></bpelv:exec>
        </scope>
    <reply partnerLink="caller" portType="clr:dest" operation="send" variable="res"/>
  </sequence>
</process>