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match occurs, Workflow Monitor Agent takes direct action and logs an entry into the S_ESCL_LOG table or sends it to the S_ESCL_ACTN_REQ table. NOTE: If a workflow policy contains a defined duration, then the duration time is calculated from the time Workflow Monitor Agent detects that the row is in violation of the policy, not from the time the row was inserted into the S_ESCL_REQ table. For example, if you define a policy and set the duration as one week, but then Workflow Monitor Agent is not started until several days after Generate Triggers is run, then the policy action fires one week from when Workflow Monitor Agent is started, not one week from when the policy is created or Generate Triggers is run. If the request for an action is made to the S_ESCL_ACTN_REQ table, then Workflow Action Agent executes the action and logs an entry into the S_ESCL_LOG table.
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Administering a Workflow Policy Administering a Workflow Policy Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 419 REQ_ID Column of the S_ESCL_REQ Table The REQ_ID column of the S_ESCL_REQ table (S_ESCL_REQ.REQ_ID) can hold up to 9 digits, so the maximum value allowed is 999,999,999. Because the S_ESCL_REQ_S sequence does not contain an upper boundary, the sequence for S_ESCL_REQ.REQ_ID can potentially generate a number that is greater than the maximum of the allowed 9 digits, causing an overflow. To avoid this situation, it is recommended that you perform one of the following work items: Use a database tool to increase the column size Use a database tool to reset the S_ESCL_REQ_S sequence As a separate issue, you might encounter a message similar to Status: Deleting requests ([a numeric identifier]) . This message does not indicate the number of rows that Workflow Monitor Agent is deleting. The numeric identifier indicates the REQ_ID from the S_ESCL_REQ table, which is generated by the database to uniquely number the rows in the database. For example, the ways in which REQ_ID is generated include: From the Sequence object in an Oracle database From the identity column in an MS SQL Server database From the User Defined Function (UDF) in a DB2 database There is no correlation between REQ_ID and the number of rows in the S_ESCL_REQ table. Replication with the Workflow Monitor Agent Within the entire enterprise architecture of a Siebel deployment, there can be only one Workflow Monitor Agent monitoring a particular workflow group. For example, a regional node can run a Workflow Monitor Agent that monitors a group named Group 1. Meanwhile, in the headquarters, there is another Workflow Monitor Agent running that monitors a group named Group 2. In this way, the organization can run workflow policies where required, while working with the restriction of one Workflow Monitor Agent for one group. You cannot run more than one instance of Workflow Monitor Agent and Workflow Action Agent for a particular workflow group. However, multiple Workflow
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