SBM Orchestration Guide → Orchestration Procedures → Using the Scope, Throw, and Compensate Steps to Handle Faults From Web Services → Using the Scope Step → Tutorial: Practicing With the Scope Step to Handle Named Web Service Faults
You performed the steps in Tutorial: Creating An Empty Synchronous Orchestration Workflow for the Scope Step to Handle Named Faults.
In this exercise, you use a Scope step in the NamedFaultOWF1 orchestration workflow.
After you complete the steps in this exercise, your orchestration workflow should look like the one in the following figure:
Figure 1. NamedFaultOWF1
To use the Scope step in an orchestration workflow that handles named Web service faults:
SerenaSampleTickerService-GetTickerSymbolFault is automatically inserted in the Fault message box and is read-only.
Be sure to include the quotation marks.
The following two warning messages appear in the Validation Results:
The required DefaultElement 'NamedFaultOWF1\Message' is not mapped or defaulted in 'NamedFaultOWF1'
This message warns you that you did not provide a value for the Message working data element. You can ignore the message, or you can set the default value to 0 (zero) to prevent the message from appearing.
Compensation handler is empty.
You can ignore this message, because a compensation handler is not required for this orchestration workflow.
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