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Although the following was used to configure Oracle 9iAS Integration, have a quick check of the following in order to ensure your set-up is ok.
In Internet Explorer, invoke the Workflow Monitor (e.g. http://localhost:7777/pls/JPA_WF_DAD/wfa_html.home)
Select "Event Subscription".
Do you have the following events? oracle.apps.wf.event.agent.create , oracle.apps.wf.event.event.create and oracle.apps.wf.event.subscription.create ?
If not, add these 3 events. For each subscription, use the following values:
System --> Your OWF System (in my case it is IASDB.LOCALHOST)
Source Type --> External
Event filter --> The Event Name (e.g. oracle.apps.wf.event.agent.create )
Status --> Enabled
Rule Data --> Key
Rule Function --> wf_event_functions_pkg.receive
Description --> Oracle9iAS InterConnect Subscription
Once you have done this, stop and start you whole system (i.e. "bounce" the environment), and try to "Deploy to Workflow" the task in iStudio again.