Table 95 describes properties that are displayed in the Workflow Policy

Table 95 describes properties that are displayed in

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Table 95 describes properties that are displayed in the Workflow Policy Components OBLE. Inactive If the object is active or inactive, then define this property. A check mark indicates that this field is inactive and is not compiled or accessible. If an object is inactive, then the object is not compiled when you compile your SRF and it is not accessible by another object or policy. Comments Add comments that relate to the workflow policy object. Descriptive text. Project Define the project name. Defined in the project picklist. Table 95. Properties of the Workflow Policy Component Property Usage Description Name Define the name of the workflow policy component. A descriptive name that includes the following characteristics: Consistent with your overall naming strategy Meaningful to the policy maker Changed Indicates whether the record was added or edited. A check mark indicates the record was added or edited. Primary Define whether this workflow policy component is the primary for the workflow policy object that is chosen in the Workflow Policy Objects OBLE. A check mark indicates that this is the primary workflow component. Each workflow policy object must contain only one primary workflow policy component. Source Table Name Define the table on which the workflow policy component is based. A table name from the picklist. Table 94. Properties of the Workflow Policy Object Property Usage Description
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Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Properties of Workflow Policies Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 473 How the Primary Component and Nonprimary Components Are Represented in the Workflow Policy Components OBLE The Primary property provides a visual indication of which component is the primary component and which components are the nonprimary components. Source Column Name Define the column in the source table that relates to another workflow policy component. A picklist of columns from the table that is defined in the Source Table Name field. (Not required for the primary workflow policy component.) Target Component Name Define the target workflow policy component to which this workflow policy component is related. A table name from the picklist. (Not required for the primary workflow policy component.) Target Column Name Define the column in the target workflow policy component to which the source column in this workflow policy component is joined. A picklist of columns from the workflow policy component that is defined in the Target Component Name field. (Not required for the primary workflow policy component.) Inactive Indicates whether the workflow policy component is active or inactive. A check mark indicates that this field is inactive and that it is not compiled or accessible.
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