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correlation sets with .NET objects

correlation sets with .NET objects

correlation sets with .NET objects

I have an orchestration which I want to publish as a webservice. Like any other typical orchestration, I am not having any schemas that I do the mapping. Instead I am working with .NET objects that I create from a references dll.

This orchestration has a parallel convoy, with each receive shape sending and receiving from the same port but different operations. This forces me to create correlation set for the receive shapes.

I have no clue how to co-relate these receive shapes. They are totally different message types and have no connection with each other. The only reason I am doing it as a parallel convoy is becuase, I want to expose this orchestration as a web service and have only one web service(port) with multiple methods (operations), so that my client can call different methods based on a context.

Is using a parallel convoy good in such a case or is there another way. Also, for these .NET objects how can I create a correlation set??

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