SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration Procedures → Using the Scope, Throw, and Compensate Steps to Handle Faults From Web Services → Using the Scope Step → Tutorial: Creating an Empty Synchronous Orchestration Workflow for Automatically Adding Catch Branches for Named Faults
You performed the steps in Tutorial: Practicing With the Scope Step to Handle Named Web Service Faults.
In this exercise, you add an empty synchronous orchestration workflow to the FaultHandlingOrch in the FaultHandlingProcApp.
To create an empty orchestration workflow for automatically adding Catch branches for named faults:
The Action Wizard opens and asks, "Which type of action do you want to execute?"
Under Step 1, Orchestration Workflow should be selected.
The Action Wizard asks, "When do you want to call the orchestration workflow?"
Step 2 should read Invoke an orchestration workflow and wait for reply (synchronous), after this transition occurs.
The Action Wizard asks, "Which orchestration workflow do you want to call?"
Under Step 1, NamedFaultWFWR2 is selected on the menu and EventNoticeWithReply appears in the list. Step 2 now reads Invoke an orchestration workflow and wait for reply (synchronous), after this transition occurs, Call NamedFaultWFWR2.EventNoticeWithReply.
NamedFaultWFWR2 appears below NamedFaultWFWR1 under Orchestration Links, and NamedFaultOWF2 appears below NamedFaultOWF1 under Orchestration Workflows in App Explorer.
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