Server Requests Business Service This topic describes the predefined Server

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Server Requests Business Service This topic describes the predefined Server Requests business services. It includes the following topics: Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes on page 482 Parameters of the Server Request Broker on page 483 Methods for the Server Requests Business Service on page 483 For more information, see “Examples of Using the Server Requests Business Service” on page 305 . You can use the predefined Server Requests business service to send a generic request to the Server Request Broker. The following processing modes in which the Server Requests business service can send a request are included: Asynchronous Synchronous Schedule Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes When in synchronous mode, the Server Requests business service sends a request to the Server Request Broker, then waits for a response. Otherwise, it sends the request but does not wait for a response. It is recommended that you use the Server Requests business service in most cases, rather than the Workflow Process Manager (Server Request) business service. It is more efficient to make an asynchronous call to a workflow process. If a synchronous call is made to a workflow, then the workflow runs in the Object Manager, causing the user to wait for the process to end.
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Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Predefined Business Services Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 483 Parameters of the Server Request Broker If calling the Server Requests business service to submit a component request, then you must define parameters for the Server Request Broker in the input property set and parameters that are specific to a component in the child property set. Items to consider include: If calling the Server Requests business service in order to call a server component, then the names of the component parameters must be referenced by the Alias Name for the parameter. The Alias Name usually does not contain spaces. Failure to use the correct format results in an error message. Table 103 describes correct and incorrect formats. Parameters for components must be defined with the Alias Name in the child property set. There is no validation of the Alias Name. These arguments do not appear in the picklist in the Administration-Business Process views. Passing Parameters to Server Components If you must pass parameters that are not listed as available arguments, then you can define a custom business service that contains the necessary parameters. Alternatively, you can define a component job that includes the parameters that are defined as part of the job definition. For more information on component jobs, see Siebel System Administration Guide . Methods for the Server Requests Business Service Methods that are available for the Server Requests Business Service include: Submit Request. Use this method to submit a request to the Server Request Broker.
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