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Apply Hold Web Service Places All Tasks In Progress On Hold (Doc ID 1328678.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 27, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


NOTE: This note applies to Release 9 and lower, for later releases review - Using Webservices to Apply and Release Holds in Order Management (Doc ID 2227679.1)


When applying a hold to an existing orchestration order in Distributed Order Orchestration using  the 'DooDecompOrderDetailSvcComposite/client_RequestHold' service the following behavior is observed: 

1. A generic hold is defined which does not "hold" tasks in progress. 

2. When the hold is applied using the above web service, it puts all tasks in progress on hold. 

3. In the DOO workbench, the user has an option of specifying whether the tasks in progress are to be put on hold or not. However, the web service by default puts all such in progress tasks on hold.

The requirement is to "Not" hold in-progress tasks. The behavior through web service should be the same as observed via the Workbench.


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