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Regarding Correlation


I have 2 systems for sender side and i have same data on both.

but in one system i have 500 fields and other system have 400.

How can i correlate them.


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    Former Member
    Aug 21, 2007 at 07:29 AM

    Hi Chiru !

    refre these for more explanation

    Go thru this blog to understand about correlations.

    Understanding Correlation in XI by Sravya Talanki


    We use a correlation to assign messages that belong together to the same process instance. A correlation joins messages that have the same value for one or more XML elements. A correlation is therefore a loose coupling of messages: at design time, it enables you to define which message a receive step must wait for, without knowing the message ID.

    Correlating Objects:

    A correlation enables you to identify objects that belong together, for example, a quotation and the relevant sales order. This involves correlating the objects by using one or more common elements, for example, the quotation number. When you define a Workflow, you can specify the object that the Workflow must wait for, without having to enter the ID of the object.


    have a look at the following


    1--> Open the correlation editor and in the correlation container.

    2--> Give the name of the field that correlates the two files i.e unique for the files received in two receive steps.

    3--> Give the message intefaces name that are used to collect the files in the Involved messages.

    4--> include the name of the correlation in the activate correlations field of the receive step properties.

    See the Bellow Links And You will Surely Get the Meaning of Correlation





    Check this rcently discussed thread on correlation:


    these are usefullinks:


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