Using the Throw Step

You use the Throw step to return a fault named ServiceFlowFault in an orchestration workflow.

Procedure Summary

  1. In App Explorer, select an orchestration workflow to display it in the orchestration workflow editor.
  2. In the New Items section of the Step Palette, drag a Throw step onto the orchestration workflow editor, and drop it wherever you want to throw a ServiceFlowFault.
  3. On the General tab of the Property Editor, you can change the name of the Throw step and provide a description.

  4. On the Data Mapping tab, you can enter an optional fault code in the Default column of the FaultCode data element.

    You can use the fault code as a short way to represent a long fault string.

  5. Still on the Data Mapping tab, you can provide a value for the FaultString data element. You can map a value in the Source elements column, or you can enter a String value, such as a message, in the Default value column.