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sIMPLE Bpm

Hello,

I am trying to do a simple BPM of sending 10 rows through a receive step and then using a loop with transformation and send steps in it as I need to split the mesage and send 1 row at a time. Is this a good approach or do I need to set up a counter for the end condition of the loop? Any help is appreciated as I am getting to know the nuances of BPM...:)

-AR

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  • Posted on Sep 27, 2006 at 10:08 AM

    hi,

    you can use the block step to do it

    with ForEach for example

    this will mean that the block will be executed

    as many times as you have lines in a multiline

    container variable (your result from one to ten message transformation)

    BTW

    no need for a counter

    Regards,

    michal

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    • Hi,

      Yes, you should change the occurece of the target interface and the occurence of the target message type in your Interface and Message Maping respectively as 1..unbounded

      Take a look at this blog by michal, to read BPM container elements and see the target of your mapping.

      /people/michal.krawczyk2/blog/2005/09/16/xi-how-to-test-your-mapping-in-real-life-scenarios

      Regards,

      Bhavesh

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2006 at 12:24 PM

    Hi AR,

    IF you have weblog/PDF of the Simple BPM that you are doing,can you please forward it to me ?

    My mail ID: mlrshee@gmail.com/mlrshee@yahoo.com

    Thanks

    Ram

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