Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Defining a Decision Condition Siebel

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Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Defining a Decision Condition Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 95 Defining a Decision Condition on a Branch Connector You define a decision condition on a branch connector by using the Compose Condition Criteria dialog box. A branch connector can be a connector that emanates from a start step, decision point, wait step, or user interact step. Values listed in the Compose Condition Criteria dialog box are constrained by the value that is defined in the Business Object property for the workflow process. For an example that uses conditional logic on a connector, see “Defining a Decision Condition for the Decision Point” on page 259 . To define a decision condition on a branch connector 1 In the Process Designer, right-click the connector on which you must define a decision condition. 2 Choose Edit Conditions. The Compose Condition Criteria dialog box displays. 3 Compose a condition. For more information, see “Decision Conditions for a Workflow Process” on page 188 . 4 Click OK.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Defining a Decision Condition 96
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 97 6 Developing a Workflow Process This chapter describes how to develop a workflow process. It includes the following topics: Roadmap for Developing a Workflow Process on page 97 Process of Analyzing Business Requirements on page 99 Process of Planning a Workflow Process on page 104 Job Roles That Are Involved in Developing a Workflow Process on page 114 Roadmap for Developing a Workflow Process Figure 17 illustrates the lifecycle for planning and developing a workflow process. The steps for developing a workflow process include: Figure 17. Lifecycle for Planning and Developing a Workflow Process
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Developing a Workflow Process Roadmap for Developing a Workflow Process 98 1 Analyze. Analyze your business requirements and the business rules and processes to be automated. 2 Plan. Plan for building the workflow process. 3 Build. Build the workflow process by defining workflow objects in Siebel Tools. Example objects include the object definition for the workflow process, process properties, and workflow steps. 4 Test. Test your workflow process to make sure the objects you defined meet the business requirements. Testing includes validating and simulating the workflow process, then verifying functionality. 5 Deploy. Deploy your workflow process by publishing object definitions of the workflow from the repository tables to the run-time tables, then activating the workflow for use in the Siebel client.
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