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  1. Mule
  2. MULE-5901

As a user I want session scope properties I set to be available in all flows that process the same message

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    • Type: Enhancement Request
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Critical
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 3.3 M1
    • Component/s: Core: Properties
    • Labels:
      None
    • Severity:
      S1

      Description

      Acceptance Criteria

      Basic
      1) Session scope property can be set anywhere in a flow
      2) Wherever an Session scope property is set in a flow it can be read anywhere else in the same flow.
      3) Wherever an Session scope property is set in a flow it can be read anywhere else flows or sub-flows referenced via a flow-ref element
      4) Given 'Flow A -> (VM) -> Flow B -> (VM) -> Flow C' a session scope property set in Flow A is available to be read in Flow B and Flow C and a session scope property set in Flow B is also available in Flow C. This applies to both one-way and request-response endpoints.
      5) Criteria 4) also works with JMS and HTTP.
      6) Criteria 4) also works with <async> and across a cluster.
      7) Given 'Flow A <> (VM) <> Flow B' a session scope property set in Flow B is available to be read in Flow A once the response has been received.
      8) Criteria 6) also works with JMS and HTTP.
      9) Given 'Flow A -> (VM) -> Flow B -> (VM) -> Flow A' using "request-reply" a session scope property set in Flow B is available to be read in Flow A once the async reply has been received.
      10) Criteria 9) also works with JMS and HTTP.
      10) Criteria 9) also works with <async> and across cluster.

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            • Assignee:
              dfeist Daniel Feist
              Reporter:
              dfeist Daniel Feist
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