How to delete an Orphan Fusion Apps Subscription, created by OIC

August 30, 2023 | 2 minute read
Ana Lucero Alvarado
SOA and Integration PRR Lead
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If you are actively developing in OIC, it is common that you are constantly cloning, deactivating, and deleting integrations.

If some of the integrations that you deleted have an ERP Adapter which was subscribing to a Fusion Apps Event, and when deactivating the integration you didn’t mark the check box “Delete Event Subscription”,  then you will end up with an orphan subscription.

To check if you have any orphan subcriptions still pointing to the integration you deleted, you can use POSTMAN (or similar client) to "GET" the list of subscriptions on the FA Instance that you are working with

GET https://<FA HOST> /soa-infra/PublicEvent/subscriptions

In the results, check the endpointURL, if the value shows the deleted integration name, that means you have an orphan subscription, take note of the id

To delete the orphan subscription, use postman again, but instead of using the GET operation, select the DELETE operation, and append the subscription id at the end of the endpoint

DELETE https://<FA HOST> /soa-infra/PublicEvent/subscriptions/<subscription id>

As a result, you will get a blank page with a “204 No Content” code (that means the operation was executed successfully).

If you query https://<FA HOST> /soa-infra/PublicEvent/subscriptions again, the orphan subscription should be gone.

Ana Lucero Alvarado

SOA and Integration PRR Lead

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