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Not Able To Schedule Orders In DOO (DOO-2685339), (DOO-2685208) and (DOO-2685517) Errors Reported (Doc ID 1529158.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 28, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Distributed Order Orchestration - Version to [Release 1.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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An Order has been submitted to DOO, an error is shown when scheduling the Fulfilment Line: You cannot schedule this fulfillment line because the orchestration process has no schedule task, or the fulfillment line is not ready for the schedule task. (DOO-2685339)

Examining the Orchestration order shows that the order is in Error:

Error 1:

Orchestration process 300000002164719 for order PMC-130214-001 failed. Contact your system administrator. (DOO-2685208)

Error 2:

Orchestration process 300000002164719 for order PMC-130214-001 was not started because it is not deployed or the server is unavailable. Contact your help desk. (DOO-2685517)

Examining the instance created for the order the following errors are shown:


Error Message: {}remoteFault

Fault ID


Fault Time

Feb 14, 2013 3:42:01 AM

Non Recoverable System Fault :

<bpelFault><faultType>0</faultType><remoteFault xmlns=""><part name="summary"><summary>oracle.fabric.common.FabricInvocationException: Unable to access the following endpoint(s):</summary></part><part name="detail"><detail>Unable to access the following endpoint(s):</detail></part><part name="code"><code>404</code></part></remoteFault></bpelFault>



Error Message:

Fault ID


Fault Time

Feb 14, 2013 3:42:00 AM

Non Recoverable System Fault :

Unable to access the following endpoint(s):

Scheduling Error:

Error 1:

Error 2:

Viewing Enterprise Manager (EM) Error:



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