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Mulitiple receivers does not work

Hi Expert,

I have simple scenario where I forward message to 2 receivers. In the receiver determination I enter receiver A and receiver B without any condition. However when I run the scenario, I got error during Receiver Identification. If I only put one receiver, either A or B in the receiver determination, I have no problem. Do you guys know why this happens?

When I use only one receiver, the Receiver Identification trace looks like:

<Trace level="1" type="T">R E C E I V E R - D E T E R M I N A T I O N</Trace>

<Trace level="1" type="T">Cache Content is up to date</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Start without given receiver</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Classic Receiver Determination via Rules.</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Check conditions for rule line no. 1</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">...valid Receiver w/o Condition: - BS_MQ</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">No Receiver found behaviour: 0</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Number of Receivers:1</Trace>

However when I use 2 receivers, the trace looks like:

<Trace level="1" type="T">R E C E I V E R - D E T E R M I N A T I O N</Trace>

<Trace level="1" type="T">Cache Content is up to date</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Start without given receiver</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Classic Receiver Determination via Rules.</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Check conditions for rule line no. 1</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">...valid Receiver w/o Condition: - BS_MRI</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">Check conditions for rule line no. 2</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">...valid Receiver w/o Condition: - BS_MQ</Trace>

<Trace level="2" type="T">No Receiver found behaviour: 0</Trace>

As you can see in the second case there is no trace like:

<Trace level="2" type="T">Number of Receivers:1</Trace> which is posted in the case 1.

Is there other configuration needed to get multiple receivers work?

Thanks

jayson

Edited by: Jayson Xiao on Sep 10, 2008 4:53 PM

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