An integration developer is planning to create a BPEL process which will invoke an external service. It was determined that the service will be required to run in its own transaction and will be invoked synchronously by the BPEL. The integration developer immediately configures an SCA import in the Assembly Diagram to satisfy these requirements, generates the skeleton BPEL process, and passes the project on to a colleague to complete the BPEL implementation. While completing the implementation of the BPEL, what must the integration developer's colleague consider in the configuration of the Invoke activity used for calling the external service?
No time should be spent on the transactional behavior attribute for the Invoke activity because the setting will be ignored for this service.
No time should be spent on the transactional behavior attribute for the Invoke activity because the behavior will be determined by the internal implementation of the service.
Great care should be taken when selecting a setting for the transactional behavior attribute for the Invoke activity in the BPEL because this behavior cannot be set the the Assembly diagram.
Great care should be taken when selecting a setting for the transactional behavior attribute of the Invoke activity because the settings made in the BPEL will override the settings previously made in the Assembly Diagram.
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