Table of Contents

Search

  1. Preface
  2. The Application Integration Console
  3. Process Server Configuration
  4. Deployed Assets
  5. Process Schedules
  6. Processes
  7. Process Server Health
  8. Process Metrics
  9. Connections
  10. Guides
  11. Logs

Monitor

Monitor

Active Process Detail Page

Active Process Detail Page

When you select a process instance from the Processes page, the Active Process Detail page opens. You see many details about a process instance and you can suspend the process and perform process exception management.
Click
Advanced View
in the top right corner of the
Processes
to see the Active Process Detail page of a process.
The following image shows the page and indicates areas on it:
The following components are available:
Area
What It Has
1
Outline view
Shows the structural elements of a BPEL process and the current process execution state of each activity. You can select an element to view its properties and values.
2
Executing view
Shows the current process execution state for a running process, stopping on the currently executing activity. If the process is completed, the execution view is blank.
3
Logs view
Shows execution details that you can use to analyze data changes, faults, and other details. You can also suspend a process and perform a process rewind of activities.
4
Process view
Shows the main process flow on a canvas. If the process has event, fault, and compensation handlers, you can view them by selecting the corresponding activity from the Outline. For example, select a Catch handler to view all fault handlers. You can also select an activity to view its properties. The BPEL tab shows the source XML code for the process.
5
Properties view
Appears for a selected element selected from the canvas any other component. For example, when the Process element is selected from the Outline view, you can see process properties and their current values, such as the current state and start date.
Additional windows open from the toolbar for Variables, Correlation Sets, Partner Links, and Debug threads for a convenient way to edit data and step/retry activities.

Toolbar

A toolbar allows you to select different views of this page and contains features for performing process exception management.
Process Detail toolbar
Top Row
The items on the top row let you select the default (all components), outline (outline + canvas), properties (properties + canvas), or canvas-only view. You can also display different views with URL view parameter with the following arguments:
1: Default, show all components (Outline, Canvas, Properties)
2: Canvas only
3: Outline and Canvas
4: Canvas and Properties
Bottom Row
Pressing one of these buttons brings up on of the following dialogs:
  1. Variables
  2. Partner Links
  3. Correlation Sets
  4. Debug Threads
The Variables, Partner Links, and Correlation Sets dialogs work similarly. Here, for example, is a Variables dialog:
Variables Dialog from Process Detail page
As you type in a variables name, a picklist appears showing variables that match what you are typing (left dialog). After you choose one, the dialog displays information about the variable.
The Debug Threads dialog lets you suspend a process, step through it, and edit a variable, partner link, or correlation set.
Debug threads window opened from the toolbar