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Using XPath functions in the BPEL Process manager

by Patrick Sinke on November 23, 2016 · 0 comments

When using XPath expressions in XSLT, and you want to use one of the following functions:

  • getProperty(propertyName as string)
  • setCompositeInstanceTitle(titleElement)
  • getComponentInstanceID()
  • getComponentName()
  • getCompositeInstanceID()
  • getCompositeName()
  • getECID()

You can use these in the Oracle Mediator XSLT mapper only, and not Oracle BPEL Process Manager. For Oracle BPEL Process Manager, you have to  use an assign activity.

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