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Working with 'Throw New Fault' Activity

Carli Gray
Principal Member of Technical Staff

Want the ability to add an Throw New Fault activity at any point in the execution of an integration flow?  Now you can.  You will need to enable "oic.ics.console.integration.throw-action" feature flag to enjoy this feature.

  • Create or Edit an Integration

  • Drag the 'Throw New Fault' action

  • Notice the gray/blue plus icons that appear over the connector

  • The fault can be Dropped on any of those plus icons

  • Once dropped enter a Name and Description (optional) for the error

  • Upon choosing Create, you will automatically be take to fault details

  • The fault can contain information such as CodeReason and other Details

  • To edit the fields you'll need to click the pencil icon which will take you to the Expression Builder to enter the information

  • The user can also provide a Skip Condition which will prevent the fault from actually being thrown

  • Closing the details will return you to the orchestration and the node will be added to the diagram

  • Without a Skip condition the diagram is displayed with a dashed line to the next activity signifying it will continue execution after only after executing the fault.

  • When a Skip condition is specified the line to the next activity is solid while the decoration around the error activity is dashed.  

  • The solid line indicates that it’s possible that the execution of the flow will bypass the error and go straight through to the next activity.

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