0 Replies Latest reply on Jul 6, 2007 9:16 AM by Charles Souillard


    Charles Souillard Newbie

      The following paragraph is described in BPEL 2.0 spec. It find it ambiguous... Can you give me an example that illustrate DPE ? I am not sure to understand what should happen if the activity that must not be performed (due to its joinCondition) has many children that could be complex too (sequence having a flow which has a flow too...)

      When a target activity is not performed due to the value of the (implicit or
      explicit) being false, its outgoing links MUST be assigned a false status according to the rules
      of section 11.6.2. Link Semantics. This has the effect of propagating false link status
      transitively along entire paths formed by successive links until a join condition is reached that
      evaluates to true. This approach is called Dead-Path Elimination (DPE).