, and people activities can copy message parts to process variables, eliminating the need to create an assign activity to do the copy. You can specify a from pan instead of a variable for a receive,
activity. You can also specify a from pan in place of the output variable for an invoke or people activity.
If the WSDL operation uses a message containing exactly one part which itself is defined using an element, then the Web service interaction activity can use the fromPart element for the activity's variable. The fromPart declarations are used in place of the activity's variable declaration. In the case of an invoke or people activity, the fromPart declaration replaces the output variable.
Select the part and variable from the list of in-scope variables. For an onEvent activity, specify a variable name, and the variable is created implicitly.
The following example show the XML source for a From Part assignment.
<onEvent operation="asyncOp" partnerLink="requestPLT">
<fromPart part="one" toVariable="myNewVariable"/>