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Decouple child instances from parent instance tree in SOA 11g (Doc ID 2278472.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 11, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 11.1.1.7.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Qn1: There is a composite A which is internally calling composite B in a loop. Composite B is in turn calling composites C, D and E which are again calling composites inside. Can be separated the threads of child process from parent tree so that it can be see individually?
 
Qn2: Is it needed to put this property ("tracking.ecid") on both Invoke and Receive activity while calling asynchronous child bpel from parent bpel?
 
Qn3: If it is needed to put the property "tracking.ecid" on both Invoke and Receive activity while calling asynchronous child bpel from parent bpel, then ECID on both Invoke and Receive should match?
 
Qn4: Will this property ( "tracking.ecid") cause any issues while calling asynchronous child bpel from parent bpel in a loop and in a FlowN/ForEach activity?
 

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