Sometimes it is convenient to process the full message from within a java UDF. This can be done using the StreamTransformation, but as an alternative, XPath expressions can be used as well...

SAP Process Orchestra in a single stack installation replaces ccBPM with BPM.

Whenever it is required to flatten all values of a context/queue into a single string, this UDF makes life easy. It even allows for embedded newline characters as separator between context values....

The most compact way to generate nicely formatted e-mails using a mapping in PO is to use a XSLT transformation. However, it can be done with a java UDF as well. Here is an approach...

If multi-mapping is used (for examle to split a message into multiple target messages), then using the global container may not work...