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HCI: How to catch exceptions from Local Integration Process

Hi there,

I have an HCI iFlow, and there are multiple Local integration process calls.But the exception handling process is same for those local process, so I want to handle these exceptions outside of my local process, which is, hand it in my main Integration process. Then I made a test iflow to see if my thought is correct:

However, I traced the iflow, it didn't go to the exception subprocess. My Local Integration Process is very simple, only has a script to throw an exception. Is there any way that I can handle all my local integration process in one place? Or, it not supported in HCI.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Rong

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    Jan 29 at 07:01 AM

    Hello Rong,

    You can do something like below to achieve the same ( but you need to add exception subprocess in all the Local Integration Process blocks ).

    1) Create Separate Local Integration Process( lets name it LIP_Ex_Process ) for you Exception processing ( Process the exception,change the format ,add key values,send step with mail adapter to notify ..etc) .

    2) Call the Exception from your Local Integration Process ( as many you have used ) and main integration process which further does the manipulation of your exception.

    Regards,

    Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat

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    • Hi Sriprasad Shivaram Bhat,

      Thanks for your answer, seem this is the best approach to deal with my situation.

      Best regards,

      Rong

  • Jan 31 at 02:43 AM

    Exceptions in Local integration process cannot be handled in the main integration process.

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