Defining a Custom Workflow Policy About Workflow Policies Siebel Business

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Defining a Custom Workflow Policy About Workflow Policies Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 331 Hierarchy of Workflow Policy Objects Using Siebel Tools, you can modify an existing workflow policy and define a new workflow policy to meet your business requirements. Figure 27 highlights the object types you can modify and the hierarchies that exist between them. Items to consider include: If necessary, you must expose workflow policy objects in the Object Explorer. For more information, see “Exposing Object Types That Are Used to Develop a Workflow Process” on page 116 . When you use Siebel Tools to modify or define a workflow policy object on your local system, the changes are not available on the server until after they are applied to the server. For more information about hierarchies in the Object Explorer, and for background information about object types, object definitions, and properties, see “About the Object Hierarchy of a Workflow Process” on page 39 . Figure 27. Workflow Policy Object Type Hierarchy in the Object Explorer in Siebel Tools
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Defining a Custom Workflow Policy Process of Planning a Workflow Policy 332 Process of Planning a Workflow Policy This topic describes information about planning a workflow policy. To plan a workflow policy, perform the following tasks: 1 Planning a Workflow Policy Group on page 332 2 Planning a Workflow Policy on page 333 3 Planning Objects to Monitor with a Workflow Policy on page 334 4 Planning the Workflow Policy and Workflow Policy Conditions on page 334 5 Planning the Workflow Policy Action on page 335 6 Examining Workflow Policies and Workflow Policy Programs That Are Predefined on page 335 7 Planning a Test and Migration Strategy for a Workflow Policy on page 336 Examples in this topic ground the concepts presented. For more information, see “Examples of Planning a Workflow Policy” on page 336 . Before planning a workflow policy, you must determine the automation solution that most closely meets the automation requirements for your business . For more information, see “Identifying an Automation Solution” on page 101 . Planning a Workflow Policy Group This task is a step in “Process of Planning a Workflow Policy” on page 332 . Workflow policies are organized into groups. A workflow policy group is a collection of workflow policies that provide a means of identifying policies that contain similar system requirements, thus facilitating load balancing on the servers and scalability. A workflow policy group allows you to manage and optimize process performance for the Workflow Agent by grouping similar policies to run under one Workflow Agent process. Before you define a workflow policy, you must define a workflow policy group. Each Workflow Policy Agent is assigned to one workflow policy group. If you run only one Workflow Policy Monitor Agent and one Workflow Policy Action Agent, then assign your policies to one policy group.
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