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None. If the workflow being called is in the active state you should find alongside your list of 'QPACS' in the Services panel.
You can then drag it onto the caller process and configure it the same way you would any other QPAC.
Keep in mind that your parent process will wait or continue immediately, depending on your user settings. Then there is the issue of security....
You don't need a special QPAC. You just drag the process from the services tab into your process.
In ES, low-level components implemented in Java and high level orchestrations implemented as workflow are handled exactly the same way - they are all services, that you can just drag into your process and invoke.
You can also invoke them identically externally - as Java objects, SOAP, JMS, etc.