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    Moon Ray Lo
    Runtime Fault/Exception Handling in OIC (Oracle SOA...
    Topic posted September 17, 2018 by Moon Ray LoSilver Medal: 2,000+ Points, tagged Adapters, Agent, Cloud, Connection, Database, Integration, Mapping, PaaS, REST, SOAP, Web Services 
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    Title:
    Runtime Fault/Exception Handling in OIC (Oracle SOA Fault Policy Functionality?)
    Summary:
    Is Oracle SOA Fault Policy Functionality also present in OIC? Especially handling runtime fault on server side
    Content:

    Hello OIC Gurus, 

    Oracle SOA has this Fault Policy Functionality, controlling actions as faults arise, especially recoverable errors (re-try instances). May I know if this feature is also available in OIC? (both user-managed and autonomous OIC). If none, I know leveraging the OIC REST API (retrieve and resubmit error instances) is a feasible option, but do we have another workaround at the moment to attain this functionality? (like raising Cloud Support request for fault-policy configuration?)

    Appreciate all your inputs on this.


    Thanks,
    Moon

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    • Kishore Gollapalli

      Hi,

      Fault Policy like SOA is not available in OIC.

      • Moon Ray Lo

        Thanks for the response, Kishore.

        Do you think OIC will adapt this feature in the future for user-managed environment?

         

        Thanks,

        Moon

    • Antony Reynolds

      Currently there is no direct equivalent to the fault policy in Integration Cloud, however you can attach scope or integration fault handlers on a per integration basis which provides you with the same result albeit on a per integration basis.

      As you point out for async processes there is a resubmit capability.

      Functionally user managed and autonomous are the same.  We are reviewing ways to have a similar capability to fault policies in a future release of OIC and when we are able to provide that we will make an announcement.