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inbound plug outbound plug communication error.

I am working on web dynpro Dc . In my project 2 webdynpro componets are communicaiton through interface controller. Suppose webdynpro component 1 is firing plug to webdynpro component 2. In webdynpro component 2 , onPlugBullkProcessIN() in interfaceview of 2 some value is set to context attribute. When firing plug form 1 to 2 , onPlugBullkProcessIN() method in interfacevIew of 2 is getting called and value is set to tht contextAttribute , but when i am trying to get tht value its returning null in viewcontroller of webdynpro component 2 .

also while compiling i am getting following warning

[wdgen] [Warning] com.apl.dyncomp.BulkProcessing --> NavigationTargetReference com.apl.dyncomp.BulkProcessUsage1_ProcessStepOUT_1: Target Inbound Plug ProcessStepInterfaceView.BullkProcessIN of Link has Type startup. Do not navigate to Inbound Plugs with type startup. The behaviour of this plug type will change.

How can i resolve this issue??????

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 06:18 AM

    Hi Kavita,

    The plug in interface view of 2nd Component, BullkProcessIN, is of type startup. Make it a standard plug.

    While creating a inbound plug in interface view it gives type of plug to be made. The options are Standard, Startup and Resume. I think you may have chosen type Startup while creating inbound plug BullkProcessIN.

    Regards,

    Gopal

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