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As promised in my previous post – Adding HTML Attachment To An Email Activity On Bpel 10g, in this post I will explain how to poll a file from the local OS and send it as an attachment.
For my example, I’ve created a simple WORD (.doc) file and put it under my Linux server. 

So here also, create a new Bpel process and drag the Email activity into the process flow. Fill in the required information:

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In this post I will show one way to send Email notification with attachments.
This example will explain how to assign a string message that will appear on the mail as a HTML attachment.
In my next post I will explain how to read a file from your OS and send it as an attachment.

Start with creating a new bpel process. Create a new string variable and assign to it the required message that will appear later on in the HTML
(notice that you don’t need to add header/body tags):

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When creating and planning bpel processes, you must always consider using Fault Management.
Bpel process management provides many options and ways to handle and manage fault.
Sometimes, there can be a requirement to throw a custom fault – one that does not exist in the built in system fault that is being provided in the Throw Activity list.
In this post I will describe how to do it, in the most simple way.
I created my example in SOA suite 11g (11.1.1.6), but that’s the way to go on all bpel versions.

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The following is a simple example of using Java Embedding Activity in Bpel 11g.
In this example, I used a simple asynch’ process, and assign the input parameter into the output parameter.
To implement this example you have to:

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When the Java Embedding activity is being used, you sometimes want to print a message that will be displayed in EM.

To do so, use the following expression (inside the Java Embedding Activity):

addAuditTrailEntry(“TEST 123” );

The printed message will be shown in the process flow.

 

 

 

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