TIP The connector that emanates from the start step defaults to the name

Tip the connector that emanates from the start step

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TIP: The connector that emanates from the start step defaults to the name Connector 0. To suppress the text label for a connector, right-click the connector, choose the Edit menu, then the Hide Text menu item. 6 From the application-level menu, choose the File menu, then the Save menu item. Next, define properties and arguments for workflow process steps. Defining Properties and Arguments for Steps of the Workflow Process In this topic, you define properties and arguments for workflow process steps. To define properties and arguments for steps of the workflow process 1 Click the Insert Activity to Follow Up step, then use the Properties window to set properties using values from the following table. 2 Make sure the Insert Activity to Follow Up step is still chosen in the Process Designer. 3 Add an input argument in the MVPW using values from the following table. For more information, see “Arguments of the Step of a Workflow Process” on page 49 . You must first define the Field Name, then the Value. 4 Add a second process property using values from the following table. Connector Name Property Between the start step and the decision point Evaluate Oppty Between the decision point and the Siebel operation Yes Between the decision point and the end step No Property Value Business Component Action Operation Insert Field Name Type Value Description Literal This is a large opportunity. Please call the customer ASAP. Field Name Type Value Type Literal To Do
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Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Creates an Activity for a Sales Representative Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 259 Defining the Run-Time Event That Starts the Workflow Process In this topic, you define the run-time event that starts the workflow process. To define the run-time event that starts the workflow process 1 Choose the No connector, then use the Properties window to make sure the Type property is set to Default. 2 Choose the Yes connector, then set the Type property to Condition. 3 In the Process Designer, click the Evaluate Oppty connector, then use the properties window to define values described in the following table. When defining these properties, enter them in the top to bottom order that is displayed in the table. Because Event Object and Event are context sensitive, based on the value entered in Event Object Type, you must define Event Object Type first. The business scenario dictates that if the revenue for an opportunity is greater than $10,000, then an activity is inserted in the Activities view that directs the sales representative to pursue the opportunity with the customer. You use a decision condition on the decision point to implement this logic. Next, define the decision condition for the workflow process.
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