Routing Rule: Same Target, Different Transforms

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I send ORUs to a process where a transform is applied before sending the message to a process where the routing is handled. A recent request was made that when OBR:25="D" the message is also be faxed with transforms that have some similarities to the original, but not exactly the same. I copied the DTC, made the alterations, and created a separate rule to handle it. However, when I run a message through with a "D" in OBR:25, it is only sent to the routing process once. Although I didn't see documentation to the contrary, I'm wondering if a message cannot be sent to the same target twice with different transforms.

The routing rules for the "transform" process look like this:

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Just to rule out a problem with the second when's condition, does the "IMPRESSION TO FAX" rule work if its the only rule?

And it would be good to have a look at the business rule log as it may offer some more insight into how the routing was decided.

This quick test does send two messages to the same business operation:

does the "IMPRESSION TO FAX" rule work if its the only rule?

That's a good reminder of how to simplify the test. It did not work when it's the only rule.

it would be good to have a look at the business rule log

I did look at it, or rather thought I was. I looked again this morning and there were errors. I must have accidentally opened the event log on the wrong process yesterday. Thank you for the sanity-check!