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Subject: Issue - R24 - Externally referenced locally-scoped partnerLinks

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Issue - R24 - Externally referenced locally-scoped partnerLinks

Status: received
Date added: 17 Oct 2006
Origin: Public comment - Jim Clunes, 16 October 2006
Date submitted: 17 October 2006
Description: Is there a standard way to refer to a locally-scoped partnerLink from outside the process? My reading of the specification is that partnerLink names need only be unique within the scope that they are defined, not necessarily unique to the entire process.

However, the last sentence of section 6.2 says:

The initial binding information of a <partnerLink> can be set as a part of business process deployment, regardless of whether it is declared on the <process> or <scope> element level.

What identifier should deployment descriptors use to reference these locally-scoped partnerLinks for the purpose of initializePartnerRole?
Changes: 17 Oct 2006 - new issue

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