Process of Planning a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework

Process of planning a workflow process siebel

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Process of Planning a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 113 Although these behaviors are standard for other repository objects, the behaviors that a workflow process does not participate in include: Merge. A workflow process does not participate in three way merge. If a workflow is imported into the repository, then it maintains versioning provided by the workflow. Object Comparison. The object comparison mechanism is disabled in Siebel CRM version 8.0. Archive. A workflow process does not participate in the usage of sif files for archiving. Instead, a workflow can be archived as an XML file using the Siebel Workflow export utility. Typically, a developer uses a local database to develop a workflow process. If you are using a local database, then you must check out the workflow from the master repository. If you are developing a workflow process on a local database, then the local database must contain the referenced data objects. For those data objects that are not docked and hence not packaged as part of the database extract, the developer must import them into the local database. Objects not docked or referenced by Siebel Workflow include: Data maps. To import a data map to the local database, you use the Siebel Developer Web Client connected to the local database, and the import utility on the client. Message tables. You can copy a message table to the local database. Alternatively, you can define a message using the unbounded picklist. While this mechanism allows for the creation of messages, it does not check the validity of the message at definition time. By locking the project in the master repository, you can also develop or modify a workflow process by using Siebel Tools that is connected to the development database. This way, it is not necessary for you to make sure lists of values are made available to the local database. Addressing Other Business Requirements This task is a step in “Process of Planning a Workflow Process” on page 104 . Consider your development and implementation environment in order to determine whether you must address other business requirements. To address other business requirements Consider some of the other business requirements you can address during the planning phase: a Use the Workflow Process Batch Manager to run a workflow process against records in a business component at a predetermined interval. For more information, see “Using Batch Processing” on page 172 . b If the workflow process is implemented in a multilingual environment, then address globalization. For more information, see “Defining a Workflow Process for a Multilingual Environment” on page 175 .
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Developing a Workflow Process Job Roles That Are Involved in Developing a Workflow Process 114 Job Roles That Are Involved in Developing a Workflow Process Job roles are presented in this topic in order to assist with describing the design and development efforts that required to implement a workflow process . Job roles, job titles, and division of labor
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