Tuesday Nov 29, 2011

List of all states from COMPOSITE_INSTANCE, CUBE_INSTANCE, DLV_MESSAGE tables

In many of my engagements I get asked repeatedly about the states of the composites in 11g and how to decipher them, especially when we are troubleshooting issues around purging. I have compiled a list of all the states from the COMPOSITE_INSTANCE, CUBE_INSTANCE, and DLV_MESSAGE tables. These are the primary tables that are used when using BPEL composites and how they are used with the ECID. 

Composite State Values


COMPOSITE_INSTANCE States

State Description
0 Running
1 Completed
2 Running with faults
3 Completed with faults
4 Running with recovery required
5 Completed with recovery required
6 Running with faults and recovery required
7 Completed with faults and recovery required
8 Running with suspended
9 Completed with suspended
10 Running with faults and suspended
11 Completed with faults and suspended
12 Running with recovery required and suspended
13 Completed with recovery required and suspended
14 Running with faults, recovery required, and suspended
15 Completed with faults, recovery required, and suspended
16 Running with terminated
17 Completed with terminated
18 Running with faults and terminated
19 Completed with faults and terminated
20 Running with recovery required and terminated
21 Completed with recovery required and terminated
22 Running with faults, recovery required, and terminated
23 Completed with faults, recovery required, and terminated
24 Running with suspended and terminated
25 Completed with suspended and terminated
26 Running with faulted, suspended, and terminated
27 Completed with faulted, suspended, and terminated
28 Running with recovery required, suspended, and terminated
29 Completed with recovery required, suspended, and terminated
30 Running with faulted, recovery required, suspended, and terminated
31 Completed with faulted, recovery required, suspended, and terminated
32 Unknown
64 -




CUBE_INSTANCE States

State Description
0 STATE_INITIATED
1 STATE_OPEN_RUNNING
2 STATE_OPEN_SUSPENDED
3 STATE_OPEN_FAULTED
4 STATE_CLOSED_PENDING_CANCEL
5 STATE_CLOSED_COMPLETED
6 STATE_CLOSED_FAULTED
7 STATE_CLOSED_CANCELLED
8 STATE_CLOSED_ABORTED
9 STATE_CLOSED_STALE
10 STATE_CLOSED_ROLLED_BACK


DLV_MESSAGE States

State Description
0 STATE_UNRESOLVED
1 STATE_RESOLVED
2 STATE_HANDLED
3 STATE_CANCELLED
4 STATE_MAX_RECOVERED

Since now in 11g the Invoke_Messages table is not there so to distinguish between a new message (Invoke) and callback (DLV) and there is DLV_TYPE column that defines the type of message:

DLV_TYPE States


State Description
1 Invoke Message
2 DLV Message

MEDIATOR_INSTANCE

STATE Description
 0  No faults but there still might be running instances
 1  At least one case is aborted by user
 2  At least one case is faulted (non-recoverable)
 3  At least one case is faulted and one case is aborted
 4  At least one case is in recovery required state
 5 At least one case is in recovery required state and at least one is aborted
 6 At least one case is in recovery required state and at least one is faulted
 7 At least one case is in recovery required state, one faulted and one aborted
 >=8 and < 16
 Running
>= 16 
 Stale

In my next blog posting I will walk through the lifecycle of a BPEL process using the above states for the following use cases:

- New BPEL process - initial Receive activity

- Callback BPEL process - mid-level Receive activity

As always comments and questions welcome!

Deepak

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