In a clustered installation, how does the Sterling B2B Integrator system support fault tolerance?

If business processes are configured to take advantage of full persistence, many business processes can resume executing after a system failure by restarting at the step that was executing when the failure occurred.

The exceptions are generally steps that touch something outside of the Sterling B2B Integrator environment. For example, if an application node crashed while doing an HTTP POST and missed the acknowledgement, it would have no certain way of knowing if the POST completed or not. To address these exceptions, the default configuration for business processes is to require manual intervention to determine the correct way to restart after a failure.