For example consider the Account State criterion You can apply this criterion

For example consider the account state criterion you

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For example, consider the Account State criterion. You can apply this criterion to many assignment objects. For account objects, it means the physical U.S. state in which the account resides. For opportunity objects, it might mean the U.S. state for the accounts associated with a specific opportunity. In these instances, you define multiple assignment attribute columns for the Account State attribute and define the assignment object and the workflow policy component column to indicate where to get the data.
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Basic Configuration for Siebel Assignment Manager Process of Creating Assignment Criteria for Use in Assignment Rules Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A 139 An assignment attribute can have multiple attribute columns for the same assignment object. For example, for the Opportunity assignment object, Account City could either mean the primary city associated with the opportunity itself or the primary city associated with the account associated to the opportunity. In this instance, the Account City assignment attribute has two attribute column records for the Opportunity assignment object. Also define the Sequence property on the assignment attribute column object. The sequence determines the order in which the data is retrieved in the event there are multiple attribute columns for the same attribute for the same assignment object. An assignment attribute column object definition maps an assignment attribute to an assignment object and a workflow policy component column, as shown in Figure 18 on page 124 . These mappings set up value matching within the assignment object and workflow policy object for criteria that use the parent assignment attribute. The parent assignment attribute is an abstract logical attribute to test for a value match, which you can specify in an assignment criteria. The child assignment attribute columns specify the actual mappings to assignment objects and workflow policy component columns. Each assignment attribute column can specify a different assignment object to search, or a different attribute within the same assignment object. This task is a step in “Process of Creating Assignment Criteria for Use in Assignment Rules” on page 134 . To map assignment attributes to an existing assignment object 1 Start Siebel Tools. 2 In the Object Explorer, expand the Assignment Attribute object, and select the Assignment Attribute Column object. 3 In the Assignment Attributes window, select the assignment attribute for which you want to map the logical location in the database schema. 4 Lock the project for the object by choosing Tools, then Lock Project (or Alt+L). The pencil icon appears in the W field to indicate the project for the object is locked. 5 In the Assignment Attribute Columns window, choose Edit, then New Record.
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