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Instance enters in an infinite loop in an exception handler with a subflow (Doc ID 1332784.1)

Last updated on MARCH 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version 6.0.5 and later
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Our processes have a Exception handling with one automatic activity followed by a Sub-process call (or Subflow). In the outgoing argument mappings of the sub-process, the selected action is mapped into the predefined action variable. The problem is that when an exception occurs and the participant selects to retry (action=BACK), the instance enters in an infinite loop, going to the activity that produced the exception, triggering the exception, going to the exception handling and when it gets to the sub-process call, it does not create a new sub-process instance, but returns directly to the main flow, where the exception was produced (as is action=BACK was performed).


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