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Unable to See Instances for All Involved Composites of Order Flow Journey in EM Console (Doc ID 2860768.1)

Last updated on APRIL 05, 2022

Applies to:

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


On a setup comprising Application Integration Architecture (AIA) + Communications O2C PIP version using RODOD architecture (and upgrading to 12c), unable to see instances for all involved composites of the Order Flow journey in the EM console

In 11g, while searching flow instances with Order Number, it is possible to see the instances getting created for all involved composites in the order flow. However in 12c, while searching flow instances with Order Number, we can only see the flow instance for initiating composites (consumer composites) in order journey, but not the instances for all involved composites.

Note: When attempting to test individual composite from SoapUI, the Instance title (i.e., Order Number) is getting stamped in the Name field.

When searching the order instance, it is possible to see only the consumer instance, but not all the components where the title is set as Order number (unlike how it is in 11g).

In 11g, wherever the function 'setCompositeInstanceTitle()' is set with a unique identifier for the composites involved in that order flow i.e Sales Order Number, when searching the instance with the title, all

the composites invoked for that order are returned, whether the audit is set to production or development doesn't matter.

In 12c (where the function is changed to 'setFlowInstanceTitle()" in all the composites involved in the order journey), when attempting to search with the sales order number to fetch the instance, only the consumer
composite is returned.

How can this be achieved in 12c?


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