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You have to merge the information manually.
It won't get merged from one process to another.
and how is that done?
is their a better way of doing this?
can "complete task" under process mgt help me in this situation?
or events and passing the xml? but not sure how to ensure that I am matching the correct processes together.
If anyone is interested.
I put the processID into the outgoing form. (could us anything really, just need something unique)
I ended up writing the xml to the filesystem in a folder based on the processid from the intial process. tossed a event to go back to my existing process that I filtered on to ensure the pid's matched from the throw and the receive. I then read the xml from the file system and continued on with my process.
Using contentspace would be an option however the client I am working for doesn't have it.
"My problem is process A has one processID, when process B fires up it gets a different processID. How can I merge the data from process B to process A and allow process A to continue on."
Why can't process B just return the data back to process A. I'm assuming process A makes a call to process B.
Process A can wait until process B finishes and then get the output parameters from process B which would be you data and then go on.