Re: CCVPN) SO Service Creation BPMN run error #so #ccvpn


subhash kumar singh
 


Hello Minsang and Bharath,

This issue is already fixed and it is available in docker version 1.3.7, please let me know if you see any issue.

Thanks,




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Subhash Kumar Singh Subhash Kumar Singh
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From:bharath thiruveedula <bharath_ves@...>
To:minsang.yoon@... <minsang.yoon@...>;onap-discuss@... <onap-discuss@...>
Date:2019-02-10 10:42:57
Subject:Re: [onap-discuss] CCVPN) SO Service Creation BPMN run error #so #CCVPN

Hi Minsang,

You are right!  The issue is with the URL " /v3/serviceResources" it must /v2. 
I think you are using "1.3.6" docker images for SO. Can you pull the images again or upgrade the container images of SO to 1.3.7  and try again?

Best Regards
Bharath T


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Subject: [onap-discuss] CCVPN) SO Service Creation BPMN run error #so #CCVPN
 

I am testing CCVPN use case. I created CCVPN service templates and distributed them to runtime. Since there are distribution issue, I updated SO DB and copied CSAR files as instructed in manual step guide, https://wiki.onap.org/display/DW/Manual+steps+for+CCVPN+Integration+Testing.

I sent service creation request using POSTMAN and I can see the request is processed in SO-BPMN log. However, it stops at 'Get Current Resource' task which is part of 'DoCreateResources.bpmn'. 

I this this is because

'2019-02-07T22:41:10.031Z|1a8a545b-0f2f-4bb7-90ce-5acfdcff683f| org.onap.so.rest.RESTClient - Executing GET to url: http://so-catalog-db-adapter.onap:8082/ecomp/mso/catalog/v3/serviceResources?serviceModelUuid=a4c5a2dc-4d0c-45b0-8a0a-6820186bdddb'. It fails to read resource data. However, in the same process, it success to read the resource data as we can see in below figure.

I think this is because it sent a request to '/v3/serviceResources?' unlike it sent to '/v2/serviceResource' at the first request. Which component of the BPMN process causes this issue? 

 

Thank you,

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