<faultstring xmlns="">ORABPEL-08021 Cannot find partner wsdl. parnterLink "MyService" is not found in process "MyService" (revision "1.0") Please check the deployment descriptor of the process to find the correct partnerLink name.
The problem was that I was using the wrong URI to access the service. I was using:
and I should have been using:
So, my own silly fault really! Normally I can take the WSDL address (eg. http://myserver:8888/orabpel/default/MyService/1.0/MyService?wsdl) and just drop the "?wsdl" off the end to get the service endpoint. Not with these Oracle BPEL services though. If I had bothered to read the WSDL, I would have seen that the endpoint address is clearly specified. One more thing to note: with an Oracle BPEL service, you can also drop the version number off the end and it will still work, calling the latest version by default. eg: