Use Scope Fault Handler in OIC



Use Scope Fault Handler in OIC

In Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC), you can use Scope Fault Handlers to handle errors and exceptions that are specific to a particular scope or activity within your integration flow. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to use Scope Fault Handlers in OIC:

  1. Create or Open an Integration:
    1. Log in to Oracle Integration Cloud.
    2. Create a new integration or open an existing one where you want to implement Scope Fault Handlers.
  2. Add a Scope Activity:
    1. Within your integration flow, add a “Scope” activity. This will define the scope within which you want to handle errors.
  3. Configure the Scope:
    1. Configure the Scope activity with the necessary actions and activities specific to your integration logic. This could include data transformations, service invocations, and other integration steps.
  4. Add a Scope Fault Handler:
    1. Inside the Scope activity, add a “Scope Fault Handler” activity. This is where you will define the error handling logic for this particular scope.
    2. Configure the Scope Fault Handler with the desired error handling actions.
  5. Define Error Handling Logic:
  6. Within the Scope Fault Handler, you can define error handling logic based on your integration requirements. Common actions include:
      1. Logging the error details.
      2. Sending notifications or alerts.
      3. Retry mechanisms.
      4. Transformation of error messages.
      5. Graceful handling of specific fault types.
    1. Transitioning to other integration flows or activities if needed.
  7. Specify Error Conditions:
    1. You can specify the conditions under which the Scope Fault Handler should be triggered. These conditions can be based on fault types, expressions, or other criteria.
    2. For example, you might want the Scope Fault Handler to trigger when a specific fault code is raised.
  8. Test Your Integration:
    1. Test your integration flow to ensure that the Scope Fault Handler works as expected when errors occur within the scope.
  9. Repeat for Other Scopes (Optional):
    1. If your integration flow has multiple scopes with different error handling requirements, you can add Scope Fault Handlers to each relevant scope.
  10. Save and Activate the Integration:
    1. Save your changes and activate the integration to make it available for execution.

Scope Fault Handlers provide a way to handle errors with specificity within different parts of your integration flow. They allow you to create custom error handling logic tailored to the needs of each scope, enhancing the reliability and robustness of your integrations.


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