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Error with BPM

Hi everybody,

I have the following problem.

I'm developint a BPM witt the next steps:

1.- Receive (Message_A), mode Asynchronous.

2.- Send, mode Synchronous,MI_interface_synchronous, req. message=message_A,response message=message_B.

3.- Transformation: Interface Mapping=IM_xxx,

Source Message: message_B and message_A, Target message: message_C.

4.- Send message_C, mode Asynchornous.

There is no correlations because I don't need them.

The problem cames when the BPM is executed, because it is locked in XBQ0$PE_WS90100001. You can see it in qRFC Monitor. The BPM never is initializated.

The following message is displayed in qRFC Monitor:


User=WF-BATCH, function


Error during start of process of type


Am I developing in a good way this scenario?

Thanks in advace,



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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 05:27 PM


    Can you check the SXI_CACHE status? Does it gives the return code as 0. Did you checked the checkbox for receive messages Start Process


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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 05:32 PM


    Your interfaces have different modes: receiver side is asynchronous whereas sender is synchronous. You did not mention an asynch/synch bridge, you do know that you just can't change the quality of service just by assigning message interfaces but also require a bridge in your BPM?



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      Hi S. Gökhan Topçu ,

      As far as I know the syncasync bridge is something like that:

      1.- Receiver (Reques), mode sync, Open S/A.

      2.- Send async (Request)

      3.- Receiver async (response),

      4.- Send (response), mode sync, Close S/A

      but my scenario is different...

      If you can explain How to implement this aproach?


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