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  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

Log View

Log View

In the
Active Process Detail page
, select the Logs tab to view a time-based list of executing activities. You can use the log to analyze process execution events, including data changes and faults. Navigate within the execution log to any point in time, for example, an iteration in While loop, and view the process state and data at that execution point. You can step through the events to see how a process changed over time.
The following shows an execution log.
Process Details window showing fault details
Use the execution log as follows:
  • Select a Filter to show data changes, faults, activity execution states, rewind points, or all. The Data Change filter shows variables whose content has changed, and also shows partner links and Logical People Groups that have been changed dynamically in an assign activity.
  • Highlight an event and select Go To Execution Point to put the event in focus on the canvas. The process’s state and data are based on a snapshot created at the selected log event.
  • After selecting Go To Execution Point, return to the currently executing activity in a running process by selecting
    Go To Current
    in the upper-right corner of the window.
  • Once you select an event, switch back to Outline view to see a graph of the process in the selected execution state. Also from the outline, you can inspect the variables at that point in time.
Activity States
You can determine the execution status of each activity by looking at the icon next to the activity.
Icon
Explanation
Executing
Ready to Execute
Finished
Faulted. Occurs when a fault is thrown during the execution of an activity.
Suspended (Faulting). Occurs when a fault is thrown during the execution of an activity and the fault is not caught. If desired, you can make corrections or resume suspended (faulting) processes.
Terminated. Occurs when the process is manually terminated.
Dead Path
Suspended
(none)
Inactive (the initial state of an activity)
For a running process, the icon next to an activity may change if you refresh the Process Details window.
Fault information includes:
Column
Explanation
Fault Name
BPEL or engine fault name
Fault Namespace
BPEL or engine fault namespace
Fault Source
Process activity that threw the fault
Fault Message Data
Data in the throw or catch fault variable
Fault Attachments
Content external to the variable may be included and can be downloads
You can get further information about faults:
  • Select the faulted activity to view the fault name.
  • For a faulting activity, you can correct data, retry or complete the activity.
Tip:
You can view the entire process log as a text file and download it by selecting
View Log
(the magnifier icon) on the Outline tab.