If the maximum number of iterations is reached then an error from the Object

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If the maximum number of iterations is reached, then an error from the Object Manager is generated and the workflow process returns an In Error status. If you require the workflow to run to completion, then you must use an exception mechanism in Siebel Workflow to catch and handle the error. Example mechanisms include an error process or an error exception connector. For more information, see “Using an Error Exception Connector to Handle Errors” on page 164 . Description All A text narrative that describes the purpose of the step. Free form text. Comments All A text narrative that describes the purpose of the step. Free form text. Table 75. Properties of a Step of a Workflow Process Property Type of Step Description Possible Value
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Properties of Siebel Workflow 454 Table 76 describes properties of the start step. Update Snapshot All Indicates that if the workflow process reaches this step, then Siebel Workflow uses a snapshot of the state of the process, so that if there is a system failure, you can recover the state. This parameter is used for recovery. Check mark. Processing Mode Wait The mode in which the workflow process is run when it is started by a run- time event. For more information, see “Processing Mode Property of a Wait Step” on page 88 . (Optional) The following values are available: Local Synchronous. Executes the workflow process in the application object manager. This value is the default. Remote Synchronous. Submits a synchronous request to the Workflow Process Manager server component in order to execute the workflow process. Remote Asynchronous. Submits an asynchronous request to the Workflow Process Manager server component in order to execute the workflow process. Table 76. Properties of the Start Step Start Properties Expected Value Comments (Descriptive text.) Description (Descriptive text.) Inactive FALSE Name Start Table 75. Properties of a Step of a Workflow Process Property Type of Step Description Possible Value
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Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Properties of Siebel Workflow Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 455 Table 77 describes properties of the business service step. Table 78 describes properties of the decision point step. Parent Name Workflow name:version Processing Mode Local Synchronous (or can be empty) Table 77. Properties of the Business Service Step Business Service Property Expected Value Allow Retry Flag FALSE Business Service Name (Choose the business service name from the picklist.) Business Service Method (Choose the business service method from the picklist.) Comments (Descriptive text.) Description (Descriptive text.) Inactive FALSE Name Business service 0 (You can modify this value, as necessary.) Parent Name Workflow name:version Table 78. Properties of the Decision Point Decision Point Properties Expected Value Comments (Descriptive text.) Description (Descriptive text.) Inactive FALSE Name Decision Point 0 (You can modify this value, as necessary.) Parent Name
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