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Communications (COMMS) Process Integration Pack (PIP): Product Synchronization Flow - Multiple Instances are triggered without any Retry Configuration (Doc ID 1961263.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order to Cash Integration Pack for Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 11.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) 11.1.1.x (Where x is 6 or 7)
Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Foundation Pack (FP) 11.1.1.x (Where x is 6 or 7) Based on the Corresponding SOA version
COMMS PIP 11.x (where x is 2 or 3)

When a Product Synchronization (Sync) from Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) to Siebel Fails in the Service "SyncItemCompositionListSiebelCommsProvABCSImpl" with PopulateXrefError

Current Behavior:
Following Symptoms are observed inspite of No Retry Mechanism configured

1. Unique Constraint Errors on Cross Reference Table (XREF_DATA) has been noted from SOA Diagnostic Log

[ SyncProductBRMReqABCSImpl] [composite_instance_id: <ID1>] [component_instance_id: <ID2>] [composite_name: SyncItemCompositionListSiebelCommsProvABCSImpl!2.0] [component_name: SyncItemCompositionListSiebelCommsProvABCSImplProcess] The sqlException is sqlexception: ORA-00001: unique constraint (AIA_XREF.XREF_DATA_PK) violated

2. Locking observed on XREF_DATA Table
3. Service Failed with Java Transaction API (JTA) Timeout errors instead of the PopulateXref Function Error.
4. Further Iterations for a New Item Sync fails even if there is no problem in Data
5. Failure in SOA logs shows "Unable to access Endpoint" Error inspite of the endpoint being accessible

Workaround: Bouncing of SOA server will make the flows to work normally for some time.
Until there is a next failure happens and the same behavior as noted above are seen

Expected Behavior:
1. When there is a failure in the flow, the fault should be thrown immediately
2. Fault message should be proper instead of a JTA timeout error
3. Logs shouldn't give misleading "Unable to Access Endpoint" Error when the


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