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BPEL Console Overwrites Config Parameters In Recovery-config.xml (Doc ID 1587764.1)

Last updated on APRIL 23, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager 10g - Version 10.1.3.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Due to a performance bottleneck we've deactivated Invoke and Callback recovery for recurring recovery (see uploaded recovery-config.xml.orig).
Since we need to set online some of the recurring recovery properties via BPEL Console (start time / stop time) we must change the values.
By doing this via the recovery tab of the BPEL console the engine overwrites the properties for invoke and callback recovery in recovery-config.xml.

recovery-config.xml : 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
<invoke recover="false"> 
<recoveryAction> 
<cancel> 
<process name="*"/> 
</cancel> 
<exhaust> 
<process name="*"/> 
</exhaust> 
</recoveryAction> 
</invoke> 
<callback recover="false"> 
<recoveryAction> 
<cancel> 
<process name="*"/> 
</cancel> 
<exhaust> 
<process name="*"/> 
</exhaust> 
</recoveryAction> 
</callback> 


recovery-config.xml.demolished : 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 
<invoke recover="true"> 
<recoveryAction> 
</recoveryAction> 
</invoke> 
<callback recover="true"> 
<recoveryAction> 
</recoveryAction> 
</callback> 

Cause

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