4 From the application level menu choose the File menu then the Save menu item

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4 From the application-level menu, choose the File menu, then the Save menu item. For example, add a new argument with the Name property set to IOName . Make sure the Visible property contains a check mark. 5 In the Workflow Policy Program OBLE, click the Run Workflow Process object. 6 From the application-level menu, choose the Tools menu, then the Compile Selected Object menu item.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Manipulating Data Passing Data to and from a Workflow Process 184 7 Click Compile in the Object Compiler dialog. In the Siebel client, this argument is displayed in the Arguments list in the Workflow Policy Actions view. 8 Set the default value. The default value varies according to IOName. 9 Open the Process Designer for the workflow to which the constant is passed. 10 In the MVPW, define a new record with the Name argument set to the same name defined in the argument in Step 3 . For example, Name must be the same as IOName. For more information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 . 11 Call the workflow policy. For more information, see “Starting a Workflow Process from a Workflow Policy” on page 143 . Examples of Scripts That Pass Data to and from a Workflow Process This topic describes examples of using a script to start a workflow process and for passing parameters. Example of a Script That Starts a Workflow Process and Builds an Input Property Set This topic gives one example of using a script to start a workflow process and to build an input property set. You might use this feature differently, depending on your business model. The following is an example script that calls the Workflow Process Manager business service that builds an input property set, psInputs, for the business service. This script defines strings that are put into the input property set as properties: var msgName = "Siebel Agent Authorization Retrieval"; var reqSubType = "CICS Services Request"; var reqType = "AgentAuthorizationReq"; var CICSServiceName = "Consumer Auto Agent Authorization Retrieval"; var processName = "Consumer Auto VBC VBC Template"; var reqFileName = "C:\\sea752\\XMLMessages\\AgentAuthorizationVBCReq-final.xml" var resFileName = "C:\\sea752\\XMLMessages\\AgentAuthorizationVBCResponse- final.xml"
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Manipulating Data Passing Data to and from a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 185 Example of a Script That Defines Property Sets for the Input Property Set This topic gives one example of using a script to define property sets for the input property set. You might use this feature differently, depending on your business model. The following is an example script that defines property sets, which are put into the input property set as child property sets: //Request PS var psRequest = app.NewPropertySet(); var psAgentNumTag = app.NewPropertySet(); var psType = app.NewPropertySet(); var sAgentID; Example of a Script That Builds Property Sets This topic gives one example of using a script to build property sets. You might use this feature differently, depending on your business model.
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