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Tenant Context ID
The organization ID.
A descriptive name.
Activity Execution Limit
The maximum number of Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) activities that can be executed. Use this option to suspend or terminate processes that use infinite loops and a high number of resources. The default value is 10,000.
When you publish a process, Application Integration generates a BPEL, which is an executable representation of a process. You can view the BPEL representation of a process in the advanced view of a process.
The activity execution limit value defines the count at the BPEL activity level and not at the process step level. A process step can get translated into more than one BPEL activity. Therefore, a process that has fewer than 10,000 steps in Process Designer can get translated into more than 10,000 BPEL activities and reach the default activity execution limit. To find the total number of BPEL activities, you can count the number of times the keyword
Executing [appears in the process execution log.
When a process reaches the maximum level, Application Integration suspends or terminates the process based on the persistence level configured for the process. If the persistence level is set to
Persist, Application Integration suspends the process. If the persistence level is set to
Final, Application Integration terminates the process.
You must manually resume suspended processes. The activity execution count is reset to zero when you resume a suspended process. You can get around this limitation by using a Secure Agent to run the process.
The names of admin groups defined for the tenant.
Service Consumer Groups
The names of service consumer groups defined for the tenant.
The URL that is used to invoke the tenant's Application Integration Console.
SOAP Services URL
The URL to which a SOAP request can be sent.
REST Services URL
The URL to which a REST request can be sent.