To avoid this error if the run time event is not required or not used in the

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To avoid this error, if the run-time event is not required or not used in the user interact step, then change the Workflow Mode property of the workflow process to 7.0 Flow. For more information, see “About the Workflow Mode Property” on page 127 . Using a User Interact Step to Dynamically Set the Name of a View You can associate the name of a view with a process property so that the view name can be set dynamically at run time. You do this by assigning the name of the view to the run-time value of a process property.
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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 87 To use a user interact step to dynamically set the name of a view In the User Interact View property of a user interact step, type the following string: [&ProcessPropertyName] The Workflow Engine recognizes this string and assigns the view name at run time. About the Wait Step The wait step is a type of step in a workflow process that allows you to suspend execution of the process for a specific amount of time, or until a specific event occurs. You can pause the instance of a process in units of seconds, minutes, hours, or days. In addition, you can define a service calendar to account for business hours and days. If a workflow process includes a wait step, then by default it is persistent. The wait step is often used for testing and development purposes. Unlike the Siebel operation step, the wait step can be used without affecting metadata of the business component or user data. For an example that uses the wait step for testing, see “Defining a Run-Time Event within a Many to One Relationship” on page 158 . Defining a Wait Step You can define a wait step to pause the instance of a workflow process. To define a wait step 1 Add a wait 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 Make sure the Workflow Mode property for the workflow process is set to Interactive Flow. A wait step can only be used in an Interactive Flow. For more information, see “About the Workflow Mode Property” on page 127 . 4 Make sure the wait step is chosen in the Process Designer. 5 Define input and output arguments for the wait step in the MVPW. For more information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 . If defining a duration argument that is greater than 60 seconds, then define minutes or a larger unit of measure so that data of the business component is refreshed. The workflow process is resumed from the Workflow Process Manager when units of minutes or higher are defined. A wait step with a duration that is measured in something other than seconds is automatically persistent.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process 88 SleepMode and the 7.0 Workflow Process If the Workflow Mode property for a workflow process is set to 7.0 Flow, then the SleepMode input
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