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Subject: Issue - 162 - Unique Activity Names for Compensate

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Issue - 162 - Unique Activity Names for Compensate

Status: received
Date added: 8 Sep 2004
Categories: Syntax and validation
Date submitted: 07 September 2004
Submitter: Dieter Koenig
Document: Specification working draft 1.39, Chapter 13.3.3, "Invoking a Compensation Handler".
Description: Currently, there is no constraint on activity names, i.e. the activity name (standard attribute) does not have to be unique. As a result, a compensate activity may become ambigous:

        compensate "A" <-- don't know which one
    scope name="A" <-- first enclosed scope
    scope name="A" <-- second enclosed scope

Submitter's proposal: Clarify that activity names used in a compensate activity must be unique within the scope.
Changes: 8 Sep 2004 - new issue

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