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Pymma is technical architect's office based in UK (London main office), Netherland, France and Canada. Founded in 1999 by a group of technical architects Pymma built a strong expertise in technical architectures based on Java technologies.
Pymma has a strong expertise in Service Oriented Integration with JBI based open source product OpenESB. It participates actively in the OpenESB community by publishing technical papers and tutorials and sponsoring actively the community. Pymma is involved in important JBI /OpenESB/Java CAPS European projects and delivers consulting, training, mentoring, proof-of-concepts (POC), benchmarks and support to its customers along their projects
Pymma partners are mainly senior architects, multi-languagespeakers with an international experience in top European and US companies. They all took part in enterprise wide project as architect
Pymma is a Java certified Enterprise Architect Company, Open ESB partner and TOGAF certified
This paper explains in deep one of the trickest feature of the BPEL specifications: "The correlation". In the first part, we explain some basic concepts needed for a good understanding. Then, through a simple business process, we introduce the different steps you have to understand for designing a multiparty conversation with a BPEL engine. In order to enjoy reading this paper, we assume that you have a first experience with WSDL and BPEL document and you are able to read and understand them. Link to the document