In the workflow properties, you can choose to suspend the workflow or worklet if a session fails. After you fix the errors that caused the session to fail, recover the workflow in the Workflow Monitor. When you recover a workflow, the Integration Service recovers the failed session and continues running the rest of the tasks in the workflow path. Recovery behavior for real-time sessions depends on the real-time source.
The Integration Service appends log events to the existing log events when you recover the workflow. The Integration Service creates another session log when you recover a session.
To recover a workflow or worklet:
In the Navigator, select the workflow or worklet you want to recover.
Click Tasks > Recover.
The Workflow Monitor displays Integration Service messages about the recover command in the Output window.