It can also be installed locally on your intranet or on a network location

It can also be installed locally on your intranet or

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It can also be installed locally on your intranet or on a network location. “Example of Defining a Substitution when Using the Outbound Communications Manager” on page 309 You can define a substitution variable when calling the Outbound Communications Manager business service from a workflow process. “Example of Using the Outbound Communications Manager to Send an Email to the Owner of a Product Defect” on page 310 You can use the Outbound Communications Manager to send an email to the owner of a product defect. “Example of Externalizing Properties when Using a Business Service” on page 316 Removed references to Universal Application Network (UAN), which is no longer supported. “Table Monitoring with a Workflow Policy” on page 326 Workflow Policies can monitor only Siebel tables. Do not use a workflow policy to monitor database tables that are external to the Siebel application, or to monitor certain Enterprise Integration Manager (EIM) tables. “Configuring a Predefined Workflow Policy for Messaging” on page 377 You can use a predefined messaging policy to display a message in a pop-up dialog box in the Siebel client. “How an Email Can Be Sent to an Email Address That is Held in a Custom Field” on page 384 Workflow Manager can be defined to send an email message to an email address that is stored in a column other than S_EMPLOYEE.EMAIL_ADDR. “Defining a New Workflow Monitor Agent Server Component” on page 419 Procedure removed. Workflow Monitor Agent can no longer be run from the Siebel client. You must start Workflow Monitor Agent from the Server Manager command line interface. “Properties of the Step and Connector of a Workflow Process” on page 450 Provides reference information for the properties of the various step types that are used in Siebel Workflow. Table 1. Documentation Changes in Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide, Version 8.1 Topic Description
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A What’s New in This Release 14
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 15 2 Overview of Siebel Workflow This chapter describes a conceptual overview of Oracle’s Siebel Workflow. It includes the following topics: About Siebel Workflow on page 15 Overview of How a Workflow Process Is Developed on page 22 About Siebel Workflow Siebel Workflow is a customizable business application that allows you to define, manage, and enforce your business processes, thereby establishing process automation within Oracle’s Siebel applications. Siebel Workflow orchestrates the various Siebel process automation technologies. A workflow process graphically sequences a series of automation steps that support a business process, and it specifies inputs and outputs for individual steps and for the workflow process as a whole. A workflow process can be simple, such as entering a product order, or complex, such as managing a call center workflow. A complex workflow process can include multiple subprocesses.
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