OIC Integrations – re-submittable errors by Niall Commiskey
This is an area customers often ask me about. Firstly, when is an error re-submittable? According to the docs –
You can manually resubmit failed messages. Resubmitting a failed message starts the integration from the beginning. All faulted instances in asynchronous flows in Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud are recoverable and can be resubmitted. Synchronous flows cannot be resubmitted.
Next question is – who do I know if my flow is asynchronous?
Again back to the docs –
Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud does not currently allow modeling an asynchronous request response service. However, all scheduled orchestration patterns internally use an asynchronous request response.
However, OIC does support Fire and Forget (one-way requests). Now you ask – how can I create a Fire and Forget interface for my OIC Integration flow? This is relatively simple – I use a SOAP trigger, based on a one-way wsdl. The one way wsdl, as the name strongly suggests, does not include a response. Read the complete article here.
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