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What are different types of Business Processes?

Following are different types of business processes: UI intensive processes: Navigational flow and data aggregation is controlled from a user interface layer rather than in a BPEL process. These processes are used for cases where a GUI application performs the process orchestration or control. Synchronous transactional processes: These are a collection of short-running BPEL processes provide real-time responses to graphical user interfaces or for transactional sub-processes. These are used for cases when you need high performance and the caller needs a response immediately. Asynchronous transactional processes: The invoker/caller makes the request and does not wait for the responses. Process is assured to occur at a later time in a separate transaction. These processes are used for cases when …

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