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BPEL, the acronyms of Business Process Execution Language is also an XML-based language like EAI the other business software. It is used for calculating the big and small data. BPEL is more specific and target oriented rather than EAI. BPEL is not deve

What is BPEL?

     

BPEL, the acronyms of  Business Process Execution Language is also an XML-based language like EAI the other business software. It  is used for  calculating the big and small data. BPEL is more specific and target oriented rather than EAI. BPEL is not developed by any scientist but is created by various number of  general public working for some famous companies such as  Adobe, Avaya, BEA, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, NEC, Novell, Oracle, and SAP. 

A programmer can  merge any different function into  an  integrated process in this device during  conducting online  business transaction, so that  the transaction can be held easily by using this device. This is the benefit of this device. The uses can do simple money exchanges to complex calculations and asset reallocation by using this device. The beauty of this software is that it is easy to handle and can be used in both the field small calculation to large manipulation.

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Posted on: April 1, 2008

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