000-608 IBM IBM WebSphere Process Server V7.0 Deployment
During the processing of business processes, the following runtime message is observed by the deployment professional in the server log file: BpelEngine I CWWBE0057I: Activity 'Invoke' of processes '_PI:90030128.17946972.9b4886f6.93df0e66' has been stopped because of an unhandled failure. The deployment professional is informed by the development team that no fault handler has been implemented to cover the failing activity. Furthermore, the process is not designed to skip any runtime problems. However, the process must be reactivated as soon as possible. Which action is required to be taken by the deployment professional? A. Skip the failing activity using the Business Process Choreographer (BPC) Explorer to complete the process instance. B. The failed process instance cannot be recovered. Advise the development team to implement a fault handler in the next process version. C. No action is required because the transaction will be rolled back automatically and recovered. Investigate the root cause of the failure. D. Manually force the process activity to complete or retry using the Business Process Choreographer (BPC) Explorer and further investigate the root cause. Answer: D QUESTION: 59 Thousands of parallel business processes are running in a production environment. The database administrator monitoring the Business Process Choreographer database observes that the amount of runtime data is filling up the available space and will reach the space limits very soon. What action should the deployment professional take to address the problem? A. Review the database records and identify all work items for completed process instances. Advise the database administrator to remove all work item records for completed process instances.
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- Fall '20
- Computer program, SCA, IBM WebSphere