I think no.
But at first you need to know what is correlationset and correlation of bpel.
After this, you may click '+' on the Palette view to generate a correlation set and set the properties of the correlationset in the properties view. Then you may use it in the element, such as receive, reply, invoke and so on. Choose a receive element, in the properties view, Correlation tab, you can do it.
i retake to use BPEL and correlation.
but how can i use the propertyAlias by the editor?i think that it doesn't work, i'm not able to select the parts of a message as field for the correlation. (the propertyAlias).
Someone can help me?
for a better understanding i proceed in this way:
via the pallete i add a correlationSet element.
I specify a new property clicking on add (in property view of correlation set).
I insert the name (id_correlation) and the type (string).
Now i will have to define the alias, right? So i click on Aliases and new, now i have to select the data type. Well, i click on browse, i found my message type (used inside the BPEL) then i select it and click ok.
In this point i will have to see the message structure and then i will be able to select the part of the message that i want to use. Well, this is not possible, the DataType still remains on (none) like if i haven't select any type of message.
Is my fault? Or is a bug?
Robert Brodt Messages: 530 Registered: August 2010 Location: Colorado Springs, CO
The BPEL Designer still has a few "warts" when it comes to managing correlation properties and especially <property> and <propertyAlias> definitions in WSDLs. But the good news is, we're working on it! If you think it's important, please vote for bug 325808