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Setting ASAP CSDL Rollbacks With PONR (Point of No Return) (Doc ID 2045319.1)

Last updated on JUNE 10, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : 7.2.0 version, SARM

ASAP CSDL Rollback is operating in the following manner.

Here is a situation when attempting  to avoid CSDL rollbacks:

ASDL2 -->execute ASDL2_rollback if ASDL3 fails

ASDL1  --> execute ASDL1_rollback if ASDL2 fails.

With the above setting, during the execution in CSDL2, when it fails in ASDL1, the rollback operation will extend to CSDL1 to invoke ASDL2_rollback.

Is there any way to avoid the CSDL1 rollback in this case? We are expecting that only the current CSDL is rolled back. No completed CSDL should be rolled back.



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