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From Daniel Dominguez <dan...@parasoft.com>
Subject Re: getting current instance activity
Date Fri, 31 Jul 2009 18:29:30 GMT
No problem.  Let us know how it goes next week.

thomas trocha wrote:
> Ok,...thanks! I will give it a try as soon as I'm back in the office. Until
> then I wish you a good weekend,
> ToM
> 2009/7/31 Daniel Dominguez <daniel@parasoft.com>
>> Hi and welcome,
>> Not sure if this is your problem or not, but we've run into serious issues
>> with EventHandlers in ODE (see
>> http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ODE-634).  From the symptoms you
>> described, it looks like it could be the same issue.  One of my colleagues
>> has produced a patch for this.  If you're so inclined, you can build ODE
>> with this patch and see if it works for you.  Please report your results if
>> you try it.
>> Also, since you're porting ActiveBPEL processes, you might want to pay
>> attention to the ODE spec compliance issues documented at
>> http://ode.apache.org/ws-bpel-20-specification-compliance.html.
>> Hope this helps,
>> Daniel
>> thomas trocha wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>> I'm quite new to Apache ODE and very new to the list! So:"Hello to the
>>> list."
>>> My task at the moment is to check the possibilty to port our ActiveBPEL
>>> workflows
>>> to Apache ODE. To make a long story short: I  realized to deploy the given
>>> workflows (porting it from BPEL1.1 to BPEL2.0
>>> with an activeVOS-trial). Now I want to test them. For that I use a small
>>> workflow that is more or less a couter.
>>> The process starts like this:
>>> Receive (operation:createCounter / with correlation-init and instance) ->
>>> Reply ->pick withtwo EventHandler addCounter / removeCounter.
>>> And that is the point I am stuck at the moment.
>>> After calling the createCounter the instance is created and as shown on
>>> the
>>> webinterface ACTIVE
>>> When I call one of the eventHandlers that should be accessable through the
>>> pick (e.g. addCounter) it hangs for the time (12secs) and then breaks.
>>> Instance is still active.
>>> Now the question is why is it not going further. Is the problem that the
>>> call is not finding the right correlation? Or is it
>>> at a wrong state where the addCounter is not available.
>>> To answer me that I tried the InstanceMangment. But there I don't know how
>>> to get the information I'm looking for: The Current Activity that is
>>> waiting
>>> for an external call.
>>> Can I receive that somehow via the InstanceManagment? I got my
>>> InstanceInfo
>>> but couldn't find suitable data....
>>> That's it for now...hope someone can help me.
>>> ToM

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