CAUTION Deleting a workflow policy column requires removal of references to the

Caution deleting a workflow policy column requires

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in the Object List Editor (OBLE) for the Workflow Policy Columns. CAUTION: Deleting a workflow policy column requires removal of references to the columns in workflow policy objects. Even if a workflow policy column is not currently used in an active workflow policy, the Workflow Monitor Agent might reference the columns in the repository, thereby facilitating fast activation of new workflow policies in the future. However, in order to avoid potential link conflicts, care must be used to remove old references if design requirements change. To define a customized Workflow Policy Column 1 Identify the business object, business component, and applet that use the new workflow policy column: a In the Siebel client, navigate to the view that will use the new policy column. For example, from the Accounts List, drill down on an account record, then choose the Activities view tab. b From the application-level menu, choose the Help menu, then the About View menu item. c Note the Business Object, Business Components, and Applets that this view uses. d In Siebel Tools, in the Business Components OBLE, choose one of the business components identified in Step c , then note the value in the Table property. e The Table property displays the table name for the Siebel database table that this business component references. 2 Define the new workflow policy column: a Choose Workflow Policy Column in the Object Explorer. b From the application-level menu, choose the Edit menu, then the New Record menu item. c In the Workflow Policy Columns OBLE, use the values you found in previous steps of this procedure to define properties for the new object. The table name and column name combination must be unique. If the table name and column name combination are already defined for another object, then you cannot save the object. Defining the Condition of a Workflow Policy That Is Based on a Foreign Key You can define the condition of a workflow policy that is based on a foreign key that exists in the primary table of the workflow object. For example, SOPTY.CURR_STG_ID, where S_OPTY is the primary table of the Opportunity workflow object, and CURR_STG_ID is a foreign key from S_STG.NAME.
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Defining a Custom Workflow Policy Customizing Workflow Policy Objects Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 363 To define the condition of a workflow policy that is based on a foreign key 1 In the Workflow Policy Columns OBLE, define a new workflow policy column with S_STG.NAME in the Name property. 2 Make sure CURR_STG_ID is added under the Opportunity workflow component. 3 Define a new workflow component in the Opportunity workflow object that is based on the S_STG table, using values displayed in the following table. 4 Add the new workflow column, S_STG.NAME, that you defined in Step 1 to the new workflow component you defined in Step 3 .
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