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Correlation keys are sets of correlation properties used to associate a message to a particular instance of a process.

Note Correlation keys can be created only in the PowerDesigner desktop client, but they can be selected and edited in PowerDesigner Web.
BPMN executable correlation keys and correlation properties can have the following properties:
Property Description


Identify the object. The name should clearly convey the object's purpose to non-technical users, while the code, which is used for generating code or scripts, may be abbreviated, and should not normally include spaces. You can optionally add a comment to provide more detailed information about the object. By default the code is generated from the name by applying the naming conventions specified in the model options. To decouple name-code synchronization, click to release the = button to the right of the Code field.

The correlation properties regrouped in the correlation key are listed on the Depends On facet.