To define the query primary workflow step Click the Query Primary workflow step

To define the query primary workflow step click the

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To define the query primary workflow step Click the Query Primary workflow step, then use the Properties window to define values described in the following table. Next, define the Query Child workflow step. To define the query child workflow step 1 Click the Query Child workflow step. Name In/Out Business Object Data Type SR Close Date In/Out Service Request String SR Created Date In/Out Service Request String SR Description In/Out Service Request String SR Status In/Out Service Request String noRecord None Service Request String numAcceptedRecords None Service Request Number vRowId None Service Request Number Property Value Business Component Service Request Operation Query
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Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 269 2 Use the Properties window to define values described in the following table. 3 Make sure the Query Child workflow step is still chosen in the Process Designer. 4 Click the MVPW, then click the Search Spec Input Arguments tab. Add a new record using values from the following table. Enter the argument for the Search Specification exactly as displayed in the table. The entire specification must be enclosed within double quotes. Each search string must be enclosed with single quotes. A space is required before and after operators, such as the equal sign (=) and the not equal to sign (<>). 5 Click the Output Arguments tab. Add a new record using values from the following table. The Query operation uses NumAffRows as a container to hold the total number of rows that are returned from the query. In this example, the value in NumAffRows is stored in NumAcceptedRecords, a process property, which makes the value available later in the workflow on the Yes connector in order to trap for the case where no records are returned in the query. Property Value Business Component Service Request No Link Operation Query Field Value Expression Business Component Service Request No Link Filter Business Component Service Request No Link Search Specification "([Created] < Timestamp()-365.0) AND ([Description] = 'Test SR') AND ([Status] <> 'Closed') AND ([Status] <> 'Cancelled')" Field Value Property Name NumAcceptedRecords Type Output Argument Output Argument: NumAffRows
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete 270 6 Add a new output argument using values from the following table. You initialize noRecord at this point in preparation for the Yes connector that resides downstream of the decision point. If one or more records are returned in the query, then the Yes decision condition uses the value in noRecord to check for the end of the record set that is processed by the Read Next Record step.
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