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Subject: Issue - 37 - Initiating Correlation Set More Than Once

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Issue - 37 - Initiating Correlation Set More Than Once

Status: open
Date added: 11 Jul 2003
Submitter: Yuzo Fujishima
Date submitted: 11 July 2003
Document: BPEL 1.1 Specification

What will happen if a correlation set is initiated more than once during the lifetime of the corresponding scope?

Quote from 10.2 Defining and Using Correlation Sets:

After a correlation set is initiated, the values of the properties for a correlation set must be identical for all the messages in all the operations that carry the correlation set and occur within the corresponding scope until its completion.

Candidates are:

A. bpws:correlationViolation fault is always thrown.

B. bpws:correlationViolation fault is thrown only if the new property values are different from the old ones.

C. The old property values remain valid and no fault is thrown. The new property values are ignored.
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