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mapping in BPM

Hey guys

suppose i m doin a async FIle to File sceenario using BPM(jst for educational purpose)both sender and receiver have different structure.

here is how i m trying to design this scenario

DATATYPES

DT_sender ,DT_receiver

MESSAGETYPES

MT_sender,MT_receiver

MESSAGE INTERFACE

Outbound async,Abstract async,Inbound,async,Abstract,async.

MESSAGE MAPPING

Outbound async<-> Abstract asyn (mapping 1) and Inbound asyn<->Abstract async.(mapping 2).

INTERFACE MAPPING

Outbound ayns<-> Abstract asyn(using mapping 1) and Inbound asyn<->Abstract async.(using mapping 2)

and then in BPM

Start>>Receive>>Send>>Stop.

Please let me know if my design serves the purpose.my main concern is for message mapping and interface mappin.

is it because BPM takes care of mapping that we dont define a mapping between Abstract<->Abstract interface?

also will the flow be something like this

DT_sender>>MT_sender>>Outbound async>>Abstract async>>BPM>>Abstract async>>Inbound async>>MT_receiver>>DT_receiver

thanx

ahmad

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2007 at 09:19 PM

    Hi,

    To my knowledge BPM is concerned about Abstract interface.

    When we say Abstract it can flow in the both the direction.

    Regards

    Agasthuri Doss

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