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Checking Payload of WorkFlow Step in BPM

Hello All,

I was trying the scenario MessageSplit Using BPM

I am stuck at send Step after receiver determination ,I want to know what is the payload (input output)

after each workflow step in the BPM ,but i am unable to check .

Is there any way to check this. Basically i want to know how to check the i/o and o/p of the each workflow step.

Thanks in Advance

Rajesh

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 02:15 PM

    Hello,

    In sxmb_moni...check the process check box..execute it.

    you will find the BPM message and click on PE. which goes to workflow item. there, select List Technical details..

    Regards,

    Sreenivas.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello Experts,

      Could somebody guide me in this scenario as i am not able to carry on

      I want to see the payload for BPM workFlow steps ,first of all is this possible ,if yes i am at step

      container (list technical details) where the option payload is display but no data is found .

      If no how can we check or monitor the BPM workflow step by step. I hope some body might have faced this problem ,could some BPM experts throw light on this.

      Thanks in Advance

      Rajesh

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