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BPM scenario

Hi Experts,

Is it possible to activate the new version of BPM scenario, even if the some instances of the old version of the business process are running?

New Version : We have done major change in BPM flow.

Old Version : Old BPM flow

Without stopping the old BPM scenario, if we overwrite the old and activate the new business process what will happen?

Regards

Sara

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:16 AM

    Hi,

    If the process signature has been changed in the Integration Repository, use the Refresh Interfaces function to ensure that the change also takes effect in the Integration Directory as well. To do so, in the Service Editor menu, choose Service --> Refresh Interfaces.

    This will work out for Lod to New version of BPM processes

    Thanks

    Swarup

    Edited by: Swarup Sawant on Jan 29, 2008 8:18 AM

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      Hi Swarup,

      Could you please tell me how those instance will be processed completely?

      Old version BPM scenario : It will insert some datas to the Database.

      New version of BPM scenario : Removed the insert flow from the BPM step.

      Old version is active and one instance is just started with the BPM process, but that time we have deployed our new version code.

      Activation of the new version code and old BPM instance started at the same time. Could you please tell me, what will happen to the old instance?

      It will be stopped know?

      Regards

      Sara

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