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How to run pflow by using XDPFlowAgent
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I am trying to using XDPFlowAgent to run my sub-flow (ie. aaa_f), but it was error out 'can not find pflow aaa_f'.

I did publish my sub-flow (aaa_f) in registry and deploy it in Service (in iSM Deployments-->service)
is there other I have to be aware of?

please help

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Allen


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Where are you trying to test this from? Is this error being faced at runtime or from iIT/Designer?

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both, in Designer and runtime (created in a channel)

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OK. If you are using Designer, I am interesting in knowing why would you like to use a Service Object and not Process Object? When using a Process Object, it gives you a total list of all pFlows published on the registry which makes it easier for you to make a single-click selection.

If you are using iIT, have both the pFlows, that is, the calling and the called in the same project. Drag and drop the sub pflow on to the process flow editor of the calling pFlow and run a test, which by default, prompts for publishing to registry.

I am guessing it to be a packaging problem. Let me know the result.

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sorry to delay reply.
we can use Process object but it would be only unique sub-flow.
we can use SREG to get dynamic sub-flow by using service object.

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