Closed as program error.
Business processes that are being marked successful in Sterling Integrator, are having alerts generated from Sterling Control Center saying they have failed. SI introduced two new status recently, those being "BP Queued" and "JMS Queued". At the step level, the numeric status value for those is "11" and "12". When SCC interrogates the BP steps to determine success/failure, it's seeing those unrecognized values and flagging them as errors.
STRRTC - 352935 SF / SF Circumvention: None
Description of issue: Getting alerts when a BP ran successfully on the SI node. The BP runs successfully, but is run with full persistence and there are a few steps that have status "JMS Queued" and "BP queued" which apparently equate to WF_STATUS 11 and 12. These statuses are apparently being passed to Control Center as "inError true", which in turn causes a return code 8, thus causing alerts to be issued (a rule is set up to alert if return code is not 0).
Description of fix: Added status codes 11 and 12 to a table in Control Center. These entries indicate to treat these conditions as successful.
Fix published on 10/22/2012.
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