Rather than right clicking a step to view input and output arguments for the

Rather than right clicking a step to view input and

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window and child items for the step in the MVPW. Rather than right-clicking a step to view input and output arguments for the step, you view them in the MVPW. You can add and delete values from within the MVPW in the same manner as was performed in earlier releases in the list applets. Process Properties That Are Predefined The following list includes some of the default process properties that are automatically defined for each workflow process: Object Id. The Siebel row ID of the record against which the workflow process is started. Error Code. An error symbol of the instance of the workflow process if a step returns an error. This process property is automatically populated when an error occurs. Error Message. A text error message of the instance of the workflow process if a step returns an error. This process property is automatically populated when an error occurs. Table 8. How to Define an Argument in the MVPW Based on the Type You Choose Type You Chose Work You Perform Business Component Choose a business component from the picklist in the field for the Business Component Name, then choose a business component field from the picklist in the field for the Business Component Field. Expression Type an expression into the Value field. Alternatively, you can click the dropdown button to launch the Expression Builder. The expression you enter is evaluated at run time to determine the value. Literal Type a string into the Value field. The value you enter defines the literal value for the argument. Process Property Choose a Property Name from the pick applet for the Property Name field. Process Property is only available for an input argument. Output Argument Choose a property from the picklist in the Output Argument field. The picklist allows you to choose process properties that are of type In/ Out or Out. Output Argument is only available for an output argument.
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Environment for Developing a Workflow Process About the Process Property Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 55 Siebel Operation Object Id. The Siebel row ID of the record that is updated, created, or queried during a Siebel operation step. This process property is automatically populated when a Siebel operation step is executed. Process Instance Id. A unique number that is assigned to the currently running instance of the workflow process. This process property is automatically populated when a workflow is executed and persistence is activated. Object Id Process Property The Object Id process property is the Siebel Row Id of the primary business component record against which a workflow process is started. Run-Time Event Behavior If a workflow process is started by a run-time event, then the instance of the active business component that started the run-time event is automatically passed to Siebel Workflow. A run-time event is received on the row that is defined by the Object Id property. Siebel Workflow receives and processes this event only when the business object that the instance of the active business component belongs to is the same as the business object in the definition for the workflow process.
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