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BPM alerts

Hi masters.....

i am doing one scenario where i have to pick data from source side and send it to target system then from the target system i wil be getting response that data is successfully inserted in target system ... if it is not inserted then it should throw expections.... for tht i had used bpm ...

i am facing one problem i had defined alert category where in container tab i had defined SXMS_MSG_GUID,SXMS_ERROR_CODE,SXMS_ERROR_CAT,SXMS_FROM_SERVICE..

In short text tab i had mentioned......

error:&SXMS_MSG_GUID&

In long Text i had mentioned ........

error:&SXMS_ERROR_CODE& , &SXMS_MSG_GUID& (Category &SXMS_ERROR_CAT& ) was found in message &SXMS_MSG_GUID& from the interface &SXMS_FROM_SERVICE&

i had created the alert rules in RWB also ...

but when i went to alert inbox then i got message like below...

longtext tab.....

error: , (Category ) was found in message from the interface &SXMS_FROM_SERVICE& .

in short text tab....

error:

I didnt get the actual details with respect to the variable used in container tab...

can u help me to get wht mistake i had done while setting alert config in bpm ....

Thanks in Advance .....

jagannath.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    kindly look at he container variable again

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      Thanks for u r reply .....

      As i had given some variables in container tab by defining alertcategory...

      for example ...&SXMS_ERROR_CODE& , &SXMS_MSG_GUID& &SXMS_ERROR_CAT&

      so shall i have to create one container step in IP ..... and where i have to mention these variables in container step....

      can u provide me the step by step solution...

      Thanks in advance,

      jagannath.

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