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bundle messages problem

In bpm I trying to bundle messages. In the loop, in container step I append messages to multiline element "list". In the monitoring I see some entries in the "list", but in transformation step take part only one message. In sxi_cache there is an information: "The container element LIST is written, but not read or exported".

Where could be an error?

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 08:03 AM

    Hi,

    when u define a loop,just see whether u have defined a contaniner object like counter which appends or bundles all the message until the required condition is satisfied.this condition can be specified using a container object where

    u give the target message as the multiline element

    and u specify the conditon for the container object(COUNTER) there.

    so till the condition is satisfied the message will be collected in the multi line element.

    regards

    jithesh

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 08:30 AM

    Dear Jithesh,

    'List' is working. In monitoring I can see many messages append to the multiline element. I can collect messages. But in transformation step bundles only one message from this 'List'(multiline element).

    Look at the monitoring information: "The container element LIST is written, but not read or exported".

    Problem is: 'NOT READ OR EXPORTED'

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