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Do we need to stop BPEL process de-hydrating to maintain a global transacti

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We are seeing behaviour where a BPEL process is firing a webservice repeatedly. The webservice it is firing is rolling back. In this case we want the BPEL process to rollback as well. What I think is happening is the BPEL process has dehydrated due to hitting a wait activity and this has broken the global transaction. The BPEL keeps waking up and re-running the service.

Firstly, does it make sense that the BPEL dehydration is what is causing the repeated re-submission of the service?
Secondly, can anyone point to documentation explaining what needs to be done to prevent the BPEL from dehydrating?



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