I’m running on MS Win2K Server, IS SP1, FP2 / TNS v6.1 Fix15. I have also reconfigured to run Sun’s JDK 1.4.2_08.
I’ve just moved from a v4.6 env to v6.1.
I’m sending documents to TN, it receives them fine, and fires the associated Flow service OK.
Once in my Flow service, I execute wm.tn.doc.xml:bizdocToRecord. I then map the boundNode output to a doc reference of the appropriate doc type.
Everything is OK at this point. I’ve stepped through the code in Developer and both the boundNode and the doc ref have the proper content.
This is where I’m going nuts.
I map one of the text sub-elements from the doc ref to a text variable and when I run Developer, that variable doesn’t show up – which, I’m assuming, means it had nothing mapped into it.
I’ve quadruple checked: the source element has content.
This is the same thing I have done on TN v4.6 in the past and it has worked fine but I can’t, for the life of me, get this to work on TN v6.1.
“The weird thing”: there is one oddity that I can see that I couldn’t find referenced anywhere. I don’t know if it’s relevant or not.
In my document type definition (to which I map my output boundNode), the text sub-elements all have a vertical double cross near the upper right corner of the “Abc” icon. These double crosses don’t display when I step through Developer but they show up when I look at the doc type, itself, in Developer.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. I’m going crackers.