Illegal 'activate' predecate

I am creating a orch that has filter on the initial receive shape. When building I got these error:

Error 1 : identifier 'MySolutionname' does not exist in 'MyOrchName'; are you missing an assembly reference?
Error 2: cannot find symbol 'MySolutionname'
Error 3: an 'activate' predicate rvalue must be a string, character, boolean or numeric literal
Error 4 : illegal 'activate' predicate

The solution to this is to put the filter expression in sting literals (i.e. “double quotes”)


  1. Great scenario Eirik! I'm pretty sure this is something many experience every now and then. :)

  2. Many Thanks for your help!


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