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Accessing Data From a Run-Time Event From a Workflow Process This topic explains how to access run-time event data from a workflow process. To access data from a run-time event from a workflow process 1 If necessary, expose the WF Step Branch object type in the Object Explorer. For more information, see “Exposing Object Types That Are Used to Develop a Workflow Process” on page 116 . 2 In the WF Step Branch OBLE, define the properties for a WF Step Branch using values described in the following table. Property Value Name Enter a name for the branch. Type Condition Event Object Type Applet Event InvokeMethod Event Object Choose the name of the event object that starts the workflow process. Sub Event NewRecord Comments Optional Event Cancel Flag The default is blank.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Manipulating Data Accessing Data From a Run-Time Event From a Workflow Process 180 3 Set up process properties in the Process Designer. For information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 . 4 Click the first step in your workflow process, then add a new output argument for each process property you must populate that references the run-time event. To add a new output argument, enter values into the fields that are displayed under the Output Arguments tab in the MVPW. Use the example values described in the following table. 5 Activate the workflow process. For more information, see “Process of Deploying a Workflow Process” on page 211 . 6 Because the workflow process references run-time events, you must load the run-time events: a Navigate to the Administration-Runtime Events screen, then the Events view. b On the Events list, click Menu, then choose Reload Runtime Events. 7 Query the Event field for the run-time event you defined in Step 4 . 8 Drill down on the Action Set Name field. 9 Add a new Action for each process property that is populated by using the run-time event. For example, you can define a new action to set the ACU Transaction ID and name it Set ACU Trans ID. Work you must perform for each new action includes: Set the Action Type property to Attribute Set. Set the Profile Attribute to match the value you used in the GetProfileAttr call in the Process Designer in Step 4 , such as TransType. Set the Set Operator value to Set. Use the expression builder to assign the Value field an appropriate value, such as the literal string FA-0001. Field Value Property Name Enter a name for the property. Type Expression Value GetProfileAttr("RestrucOut") When you define the Profile Attribute field, note the name you give to each of the property values for the Profile Attributes. These are used in Step 9 . Output Argument Leave default value. Business Component Name Leave default value.
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