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UNDO Processing Was Not Executed In Amendment For Multi-instance Process (Doc ID 2412187.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 27, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - Version 7.2.4 and later
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On : 7.2.4 version, Web Client

UNDO processing is not executed in amendment for multi-instance process

Undo processing is expected when some of pivot nodes are removed in the case of multi-instance process, but OSM is not behaving as expected. 
Let’s suppose that there were five instances of Pivot nodes for multi-instance process, i.e. /structure_contract_no[1 to 5], in base order.
Following behavior was observed:
a. When processing of base order, Pivots worked as expected.
b. In subsequent amendment order, two Pivot nodes were removed, i.e. /structure_contract_no[2] and /structure_contract_no[4] were not in amendment order.
c. In this case it was expected that undo processing for /structure_contract_no[2 and 4] would be executed, and nothing happened for /structure_contract_no[1, 3 and 5].
Problem: But observed that UNDO processing was not executed for any Pivot nodes (not expected behavior).
Same time it was confirmed that /structure_contract_no[2 and 4] was NOT included in response of GetOrder web service API.
So data was removed in amendment but UNDO of tasks didn't happen.


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