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How To Re-execute Task By ESIC (Doc ID 2230997.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 8.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

I have a question regarding ESIC.

We have a design to execute ESIC on a task unit basis.
How should we do to re-execute the same Task when Task failed?

I think below method can re-execute the task, is it correct?

1)Execute Task
-JXT –U -P -R -I -W -T
→Fail

2)Check Task status
-JWT –U -P -R -W -I -T
→Failed

3)Change Task statsu to 「Hold」
-JFT –U -P -R -I -T -VH

4)Change Task status to 「Release」
-JFT –U -P -R -I -T -VR

5)Re-execute Task

-JXT –U -P -R -I -W -T
※specify the same arguments as 1)

The requirement here is that when re-executing we want to specify the same argument as at the first.

Solution

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