In this case that value is 1 5 Enter the custom text message in the Value field

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In this case, that value is %1. 5 Enter the custom text message in the Value field. If you define the input argument in this way, then the value you define is used in the %1 variable. Multiple Custom Error Messages for a Stop Step Several customizable codes are available in the Error Code property on the stop step. These are indicated by WF_ERR_CUSTOM_x. Because each WF_ERR_CUSTOM_x is unique, it can only be used for a one time, specific purpose. If you must display multiple custom error messages, then use WF_ERR_CUSTOM_2, WF_ERR_CUSTOM_3, and so forth, instead of using %1, %2 for the same WF_ERR_CUSTOM_x. About the End Step An end step is a type of step in a workflow process that specifies when the instance of a workflow process is finished. It also provides one last chance to store output arguments to a process property. Each workflow must contain at least one end step. For more information, see “Defining an End Step” on page 91 .
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Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 91 Differences Between the End Step and the Stop Step An important difference between the stop step and the end step is that the stop step sets the state for the workflow process to In Error, while the end step sets the state to Completed. It is important to consider this situation if you use the Workflow Monitor Agent to call a workflow. If the Ignore Errors parameter of the Workflow Monitor Agent is set to False, then a workflow that encounters a stop step causes Workflow Monitor Agent to exit with error. If the workflow encounters an end step, then Workflow Monitor Agent does not exit with error. Defining an End Step You define an end step in the Process Designer in Siebel Tools. To define an end step 1 Add an end step to a workflow process. For more information, see “Adding a Step to a Workflow Process” on page 66 . 2 Make sure the step you added in Step 1 is still chosen in the Process Designer. 3 Define output arguments for the step in the MVPW. For more information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 . About the Workflow Connector You can define properties for the connector in a workflow process by using the Properties window from within the Process Designer. For information about the properties of a connector, see Table 86 on page 459 . For information about defining a run-time event on a connector, see “Starting a Workflow Process from a Run-Time Event” on page 144 .
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Defining a Decision Condition 92 Defining a Decision Condition This topic includes the following topics: Defining a Branch Connector on page 92 Defining a Decision Condition on a Branch Connector on page 95 Conditional logic for a workflow process is implemented by defining conditions and values that affect the flow of the workflow. Different actions can occur depending on which path is followed. For
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