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How to use "Include B1iP bizflow" - atom

Hi experts out there,

Does anybody know, how to use the "include B1iP bizflow" - Atom?

My idea is to call an already existing step having Internal Queue for Input channel, It should work like a subroutine. I have for e.g. no idea how to pass the payload to the called bizflow.

Any help is very appeciated.

best regards

Paolo Bolliger

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  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 12:26 PM

    hi Paolo,

    did you konw how o call an already existing step having Internal Queue for Input channel?

    please,tell me anything if you can.

    thank you

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    • Hi Mariano,

      To put into a queue is pretty simple. The internal queue atom routes the flow through an internal queue (which is automatically provided) to another step.

      . First of all you need to create the step you want to jumped to.

      . for inbound choose "internal queue"

      . mind the name of the step

      . back in the calling step and queue atom, refer to the step you created above

      . the payload is passed in the same way as from atom to atom

      I guess, one can create additional internal queues. But I wasnt to go into that.

      I hope, this is helping.

      kind regards

      Paolo

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