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Problems about context objects

Firstly I'd like to introduce my requirements briefly, I designed a outbound service interface which had 3 operations and also designed a corresponding inbound service interface which also had 3 operations, then I created 3 service mappings between the operations, after that, I created a new context object and assigned a field in the request message of outbound service interface in all of the operations, for example, the context object is named "co" and assigned to "a" in the request message of operation "o1", then I also assigned it to "b" in operation "o2", the same for "o3" operation. Of course, I activated all of them finally and clear the SLD cache.

But when I designed receiver determination in configuration time, I found that the context object disappeared in the condition editor.

I had search the topic in the forum, some posts are similar with mine, but I haven't found the effective solution for me, could anyone help me?

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  • Nov 06, 2006 at 06:28 AM

    Hi,

    Did you create the context object of the appropriate type and did you activate the same?

    If yes, it should be visible. Make sure it has been activated and then try a cache refresh.

    Regards,

    Bhavesh

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    • Former Member Bhavesh Kantilal

      Hi,

      I've found why that occurred, because it's not possible to use context objects in receiver determination. Thanks a lot.

      Regards,

      Bean