SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration Procedures → Using the Scope, Throw, and Compensate Steps to Handle Faults From Web Services → Running the Fault Handling Process App → Tutorial: Running the NamedFaultAWF Project and Invoking a Catch Branch
You performed the steps in Tutorial: Practicing With the Scope Step to Handle Named Web Service Faults.
In this exercise, you run the NamedFaultAWF Project in the SBM User Workspace.
To run the NamedFaultAWF Project:
If the FaultHandlingApp tab is not visible, click the More tab, and then select FaultHandlingApp in the list.
The Submit transition form opens.
The ticker symbol is returned in the Title field of the state form.
The GetBuyRating transition form opens.
The buy rating is returned in the Description field of the state form. The Description field should contain the following message: "This company has a strong-buy rating."
The SerenaSampleTickerService-GetTickerSymbolFault message appears in the Description field. If you typed Acme Company, the message should read as follows: "No information is available for 'acme company'. The companies listed on this service are 'Rob & Bert manufacturing', 'Aftabitorium', 'Meg N Ah Electric Co.', 'BlueJay Bird Supply', 'Tim Buck 2 Entertainment', and 'Carol Creations'." If you click GetBuyRating, the NamedFaultOWF2 orchestration workflow is not invoked and the information in the Title and Description fields does not change.
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