new chapter structure, that is tidier and more intuitive.
new chapter that explains the persistent states transaction concept The E2E xUML RUNTIME works with the concept of sessions. Sessions are equivalent to units of work, that can be committed or rolled back depending on the status at the end of the session. Find on this new page a table explaining the transaction rollback behavior in different cases.
new chapter on how to setup a clustered persistent state database using Oracle You can enable cluster failover handling in the E2E Composite of the persistent state service. It is governed by the tagged values Switch Over Enabled (enable failover mechanism) and Switch Over Retry Timeout (failover database connection timeout).
new chapter on how to handle stalled persistent state objects with the E2E BRIDGE If the state machine stops in a state that can be left only by receiving a completion signal, the state machine stalls. This new page explains why this can happen, how you can trigger a retry or delete the stalled objects, and what implications are to be considered.