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Collect BPM - Start process and correlation in one Receiver

I'm using collect pattern based on timeout. Somehow in my infinite loop, in the receive step, I cannot combine "start process" with creating correlation and using it. All in the same receiver. When I try to activate my BPM, in the processing log I get, "start process" trigger removed.

Can someone throw any light on this....I've being trying this for over few hours now. I cannot get start process and correlation in one receiver. I must be doing something wrong.

Even the copied BPMCollectPattern removes the start process from the receiver.

thank you,

Pam

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The first message received starts the process within an infinite loop and activates the correlation "Correlation" by using IDoc message tyoe. Each subsequent message uses this correlation. The messages are received in the container element CollectMessage.In the loop the received messages are attached to the multiline container element CollectMessageList.

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 11:27 AM

    Hi Parimala,

    If u get the Msg as "start process" trigger removed.

    Check this option

    In the Receiver Properties,

    Under Name : Start Process check the Value.

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 01:02 PM

    When you have a start process, it has to be the first statement, you cannot have a container operation before.

    A start process in a loop needs to activate a correlation and using it the same time.

    If you have still problems, let me know, which SP you have and try to describe your BPM more detailed.

    Regards

    Stefan

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