For more information see Adding a Step to a Workflow Process on page 66 2

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For more information, see “Adding a Step to a Workflow Process” on page 66 . 2 Define a decision condition for the decision point. For more information, see “Defining a Decision Condition on a Branch Connector” on page 95 .
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Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 73 About the Sub Process Step A sub process step is a type of step in a workflow process that allows you to start a separate workflow from within a workflow. A workflow can contain one or more sub process steps. You can also define a sub process step to support Pass By Reference. For more information, see “Passing a Process Property In and Out of a Step of a Workflow Process” on page 57 and “Defining a Subprocess to Support Pass By Reference” on page 74 . If using the Process Simulator, then you must publish and activate a subprocess that is called by the workflow process you are simulating prior to calling the simulator. For more information, see “Using the Process Simulator” on page 204 . For a description of properties of the sub process step, see Table 79 on page 456 . Defining a Sub Process Step After a sub process step is added to a workflow process, you can edit the subprocess by double clicking the sub process step. You can also right-click the sub process step, then choose Edit Sub Process. To define a sub process step 1 Make sure the workflow process that is called by the sub process step is defined. An object definition for the workflow process that is started by the sub process step must exist. If it does not, then you must define it before proceeding. For more information, see “Defining a Workflow Process” on page 117 . 2 Add a sub process step to a workflow process. For more information, see “Adding a Step to a Workflow Process” on page 66 . 3 Make sure the step you added in Step 1 is still chosen in the Process Designer. 4 Use the Subprocess Name property in the Properties window in order to choose the name of the workflow process that the sub process step calls. 5 In the MVPW, define new input and output arguments. For more information, see “Defining an Argument of a Step in the MVPW” on page 53 and “Defining an Input Argument on a Sub Process Step” on page 74 . 6 Define recipient arguments in the MVPW. For more information, see “Fields of a Recipient Argument of a Process Property” on page 468 .
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process 74 Defining an Input Argument on a Sub Process Step You can define an input argument on a sub process step. This input argument allows you to populate a process property in the sub process step. For example, the Object Id is passed from the main workflow process to the subprocess through an input argument. If the subprocess is based on a different business object, then you must pass the relevant row ID of the target object as the subprocess Object Id Process Property.
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