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Data persistence for the different BPM instance

Hi,

My scenario is

I am sending the data from IDOC to IDOC.

I have run one instance of the interface and successfully processed. I want to use the BPM container values to be persistant for the next instance of the BPM run.

Is there any way to save the container values available for multiple instances of the interface?

Thanks

Mohan

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 07:37 AM

    Hi Mohan

    Short answer: no. You cannot do this.

    However, BPM has a mechanism specifically designed for associating otherwise separate messages: correlations. Basically, by defining a suitable correlation, separate messages are sent to <i>the same BPM instance</i>, thus allowing you to do whatever it is you need to do related to multiple messages.

    If this isn't the type of thing you are looking to do, post some more details of your usage scenario so we can give a more qualified answer.

    Best regards,

    Thorsten

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 09:20 AM

    Hi Katta,

    in an ABAP mappinmg you can save the container value to a database table or whatever you like.

    Regards,

    Udo

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