Working with Environments → The Environments Tab → Event Manager → Orchestration Workflows
The Orchestration Workflows sub-tab displays additional details if an event matches an orchestration workflow.
Event processing can fail for the following reasons:
The Orchestration Workflows tab reports on the success or failure of the event and its orchestration workflows.
|Name||The name of the orchestration workflow that was triggered by the event.|
|Status||The status of the orchestration workflow
Created: The workflow has not been invoked yet; no processing data has been found.
Transmitted: The workflow has been placed in the first queue of the processing pipeline.
Pending: The workflow has been placed in the second queue of the processing pipeline.
Started: The workflow was invoked.
Success: The workflow was processed with no exceptions.
Failure: Exceptions occurred during the workflow processing.
|Last Processed On||The date and time the last attempt was made.|
|Attempts||The number of times the Event Manager tried to match the event to an orchestration workflow. Currently, this value is always "1."|
Logs from the orchestration workflow associated with this event appear to the right. Each orchestration workflow instance that runs from the event should log at least a [BEGIN] message and an [END] message. The [END] message indicates if the orchestration workflow succeeded or failed. A success is indicated with an [OK] message. A failure is indicated by an ERROR message and the text of the exception or SOAP fault that occurred. The text of the SOAP fault is always captured; for certain types of SOAP faults, the message text is also extracted. The message text is truncated if it is over a certain size.
Click Display message to view the entire contents of the message.
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