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Ability to re-Run OO flow from CSA

Ability to re-Run OO flow from CSA

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Hello,

I would like to submit a new idea about the ability to reRun flow from CSA since all of our flows(or almost all) are run from CSA.

Thanks in advance.

Best regards,

Trajce

 

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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Hi Trajce,
Here is what happens in CSA when a OO flows fails.

If "Fail Subscriptions on Provisioning Errors" is enabled for an Organization, the subscription fails. the configured Failure substate actions run, and the subscription is marked as Failed in both the Marketplace Portal and the Operations area of the Cloud Service Management Console.

If "Pause subscriptions on Provisioning Errors" is enabled for an Organization, the provisioning process stops, and the subscription is marked as Pending in the Marketplace Portal and as Paused in the Operations area of the Cloud Service Management Console. You can troubleshoot the cause of the failure and then resume or cancel the paused subscription.

Can you please provide an example for OO flow re-run scenario?

Regards,
Prasanna

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Good points Prasanna.

Trajce can you please explain the idea some more?

Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Already Offered

Hi,

Moving to "Already offered" state.

If the idea is something different than the points provided above, please log a new idea with more details.

Thanks,

Prasanna

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