Wednesday, 4 May 2016

SOA SUITE 12c Data Base Schema Dehydration Store States

Hi All,

As me, you might be stumbling to find out what, similar to List of all states from COMPOSITE_INSTANCE, CUBE_INSTANCE, DLV_MESSAGE  in 11g, the important tables would be for SOA Suite 12c and relevant states.

Basically this is described very well in the Oracle Support Document 2065869.1: 12c SOA composite <schema> States

For the benefit of every one, I have also copy pasted the content from the obove Oracle Note to here (copy right of the below details are with Oracle Support):

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Details

Based on 11g:
Tables COMPOSITE_INSTANCE and MEDIATOR_INSTANCE does not apply to 12c.
Tables CUBE_INSTANCE, DLV_MESSAGE and DLV_TYPE did not have any change.
The FLOW_INSTANCE is available only in 12c.

CUBE_INSTANCE States

StateDescription
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

StateDescription
0 STATE_UNRESOLVED
1 STATE_RESOLVED
2 STATE_HANDLED
3 STATE_CANCELLED
4 STATE_MAX_RECOVERED


DLV_TYPE States

StateDescription
1 Invoke Message
2 DLV Message
MEDIATOR States

Mediator state is now derived from SCA_ASYNC_CPNT_STATE table. The state column can take one of the following values:
StateDescription
1 RUNNING
2 COMPLETED
3 FAULTED
4 ABORTED
5 STALE


FLOW_INSTANCE States
StateDescription
-1 NOT_SET
1 SUSPENDED
2 TERMINATED
3 STALE
  
The Flow State is derived from the Flow Instance table using the following columns:
  • Active_Component_Instances
  • Unhandled_Faults
  • Recoverable_Faults
  • Admin_State
Completed Flow  
0 Active_Component_Instances

Completed Faulted Flow
0 Active_Component_Instances
1 or more Unhandled_Faults

Recoverable Flows
1 or more Active_Component_Instances
1 or more Recoverable_Faults

Completed Successfully
0 Active_Component_Instances
0 Unhandled_Faults
0 Recoverable_Faults
  
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Further to the above Info, I also found a very useful blog that provides more knowledge / usage to the above table. 


Hope this was helpful to you.
 

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