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Wait step in BPM

Hi all,

I´m working in a very complicated BPM. I need to insert a wait step. My problem is that the time thati have to set up in the wait step is not a constant. I have the value from an operation that It has to be executed before.

Any idea?

Many thanks in advance

regards

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2006 at 07:35 AM

    Hi Noelia,

    unfortunately I got a german version, so that the naming is eventually not correct.

    The mode for wait steps can be

    - period

    - point of time.

    If you use "point of time" you can assign a container element!

    Suggestion: Calculate the point of time in a message mapping and assign the value to a target element.

    Then - in your wait step - use mode "point of time" and assign the field of your mapped element.

    Regards Mario

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi, Mario. I am working with Noelia and we are locked with this issue.

      We have a following message (as a result of a transformation) FECHA is an xsd:date and HORA is an xsd:time. The cardinality of every elements is 1..1:

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

      http://empresa.es/xi/GRI/ExtraccionyCarga">

      <row>

      <FECHA>2006-10-25</FECHA>

      <HORA>15:00:00.000</HORA>

      </row>

      </ns0:MT_Retraso_Entrada_Wait>

      And we assing this values to the wait step but it doesn't work.

      Has anybody any idea?

      Thanks

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