June 23, 2020
In our most recent Corda 4.5 release, we announced new enhancements to our flow management capabilities:
If a node user terminates a flow, counter-parties are automatically notified and any soft-locked states in the vault are automatically released.
Generally, operating a system requires multiple subsystems to function collectively and simultaneously. Occasionally, the systems do not work at the capacity they are supposed to which would require intervention by a system operator to recalibrate the system in order to restore optimal performance. In Corda, this process is referred to as flow management.
In Corda, a flow becomes problematic or unusable in situations where:
To resolve these issues, you can terminate a flow similar to how you would cancel a process.
In Corda 4.5, we have improved the existing killflow operation, so that:
That is, the flow termination becomes less brute forced, and the consequence of the termination is well handled.
Find more information at out docs site at: api-flows
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— Peter Li is a Developer Evangelist at R3, an enterprise blockchain software firm working with a global ecosystem of more than 350 participants across multiple industries from both the private and public sectors to develop on Corda, its open-source blockchain platform, and Corda Enterprise, a commercial version of Corda for enterprise usage.
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