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Compensation is the means by which operations in a process that have completed can be undone to return the system to a consistent state if an error occurs.

You can compensate a BPEL process in two ways:

  • Save the properties of the individual parts of a process so that they can be restored if the process cannot be committed and must be rolled back (compensation pairs).
  • Use a compensation handler to return a failed process to a balanced state after a fault is thrown when the parent activity has already been committed.

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