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Part 1-4 of this series ‘Introduction to Netweaver BPM’ were published in August 2009, since then I saw many requests coming from people on how to invoke the BPM Process from Web Dynpro Java. Part 5 will be focusing on how to import the Adaptive Web service model into a Web Dynpro development component whereas part 6 will be focusing on the code to invoke the web service using java code.   We will require the WSDL URL from WS Navigator for importing the model into our development component. For steps on how to get this are listed in Part 4 of this series available here  (Introduction to SAP Netweaver BPM: Part 4). Below are the steps to be followed in order to create the model by importing a WSDL directly from remote server:     *1. Navigate to Models in your Web Dynpro Component, right click and select ‘Create Model’ from the context menu*    *2. From the Model Type popup that opens, select the ‘Adaptive Web Service Model’ and press next*      *3. Give a model name and package and select ‘Remote Location / File System’ option from Available WSDL sources*      *4. Paste the URL that we got from WS Navigator* 
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