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OM tasks not reused when Siebel exception occurs using JCA/Siebel Resource Adapter. (Doc ID 788884.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2018

Applies to:

Siebel Financial Services CRM - Version SIA [19227] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 11-JAN-20111***


A customer has implemented a Java application on IBM Websphere 6 J2EE application server that interacts with Siebel using the java classes created by the Siebel Code Generator for the JCA/Siebel Resource Adapter. The credentials are supplied using Container-Managed Sign-on.

If the Siebel business service fails with an exception, the OM task keeps running with a Status of “Waiting for command”. For example, this occurs if the Java application tries to set a field to a value that is not included in the field’s picklist. It continues in this state until it times-out after the default 45 minutes.

If the application invokes the business service again, a new OM task is started and the previous OM task is not used again. If the business service is invoked and fails a number of times, the number of running tasks is reaching Maximum Tasks and, therefore, no more tasks can be invoked until a running task times-out.


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