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can't assign business system twice


simple question: Having defined a business scenario, I want to assign a business system, but to my surprise, I am not able so select a business system, which is already in use for the demo example (like the travel agency). I can only choose between those business systems, that are not assigned yet.

I am sure, that there is a way to assign a business system twice, because the examples shipped with the system are using the "travel agency" in each scenario.

What setting has to be changed to enable the multi selection of a business system?

Thank you very much in advance,


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    Former Member
    Jul 08, 2004 at 02:04 PM

    Hi Oliver,

    i can confirm you that it is possible to use the business system more times. We defined some business system like AVIS, SADIS and can use them more than twice.

    Normaly you have only to define the business system in SLD.

    Ly-Na Phu

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    Jul 08, 2004 at 11:13 PM

    XI 3.0: The problem only occurs when you attempt to assign a Business System to your scenario under "Service without Party" and found it will not work because the business system is assigned to another scenario under "Service without party". There is a solution.

    It can be done. It is not a problem, and once you understand how it works it makes sense.

    Just go to the "Objects" tab

    Find the business system under "Service without Party"

    Right click the business system and choose "Add to Scenario"

    Specify your scenario.

    Now the Business system is assigned to your scenario as well.

    The system simply stops us from creating the object twice.

    Object uniqueness is more clearly understood on the "Objects" tab. The "Scenarios" tab is there to group our related bits of config together so we can find it more easily, but the scenario does not define uniqueness of an object.

    This makes sense for "Party" as well. You can create a Party and assign it to more than one Scenario, and on a customer site this would probably happen often because a Party represents a Partner and that Partner might have multiple EDI scenarios.

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