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For more information, see “Generating Database Triggers” on page 404 . 6 Run Generate Triggers again, this time with Remove = False. 7 Navigate to the Messages screen, then the All Messages view. 8 Click New. 9 In the Last Name field, enter the name of the contact who receives the message. 10 In the Assigned To field, enter the name of the employee to which this user is assigned. 11 In the Message field, type the text message that displays in the pop-up dialog. 12 Set the Alert Type field to Screen Alert. 13 Click the Message Alert Setup tab, then make sure there is a corresponding entry for the message recipient and that Alert Type is set to Screen Alert. If the message recipient is already defined, then perform the following steps: a Click New. b Set the Last Name field to the same name you set in Step 9 . c Set the Alert Type field to Screen Alert. 14 Start a Workflow Monitor Agent server task for the workflow policy group you activated in Step 5 . For more information, see “Executing a Workflow Policy with Workflow Monitor Agent” on page 417 . 15 Verify the configuration: a Define a test user when assigning the contact in Step 9 . b In a second client session, log in to the Siebel client as the test user. c In the initial client session, insert a new activity for this user. d In the second client session, verify the pop-up dialog that contains the message you entered in Step 11 displays. Identifying the Source Table When Modifying an Existing Workflow Policy When defining the types of workflow policies for your business, you might find that the predefined workflow policy objects do not contain the policy components you require. You can use the procedures in this topic as a general guideline to identify the source database table and column when modifying an existing workflow policy object.
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Using a Predefined Workflow Policy Configuring a Predefined Workflow Policy Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 379 Work you must perform before modifying a workflow policy object include: Identify the names of the database table and column for the workflow policy object. If you are going to add or modify a component, then you must know the relationship between the component and the primary workflow policy component. Make sure other records are not referencing this object that can be affected by your change. For example, before you inactivate a component column, make sure that no workflow policy conditions are referencing that component column. The procedures in this topic are presented in the context of account objects. To identify the database table 1 In the Siebel client, navigate to the appropriate workflow policy object view, which is the view that contains the business data you must monitor. For example, if you must modify the workflow for an account activity, then navigate to the Accounts screen, Accounts List, then the Activities view.
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