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Is it possible to store message (like buffer message ) b/w two BPMs

Hi All,

I have one problem in BPM.I want to store one message between two BPM'S.

Ex: I am passing data from file to BPM (X1 BPM) through file communication channel,X1 BPM mapping to Y1 BPM,between X1,Y1 in that I have to store (M1) a message (while a message (M1 ) comes from X1 BPM its store and return back to another sender or same sender).

Is it possible to put a temporary variable with in two BPM's to store data?.


Rajkumar ..,

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    Posted on Jun 10, 2005 at 11:12 AM


    Can i interpret as

    File> X1BPM; X1BPM>Y1BPM.

    U like to use the intermediate message in X1BPM in Y1BPM..?

    >><i>X1 BPM mapping to Y1 BPM</i>

    What are u trying to do here... i ma not able to understand....can u elaborate on this so that we can help u.


    Siva Maranani.

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      Hi Shiva,

      File >X1BPM and X1BPM >Y1BPM, I think both are same procedure to do.

      I am trying to do ,store some message and check that message type return back with another message ( like acknowledgments ) from there it self, no further validations ,no process execution unto in backend systems.



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