Use the following procedure to configure join specifications for dynamic

Use the following procedure to configure join

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Use the following procedure to configure join specifications for dynamic candidates. NOTE: Before you can successfully use join specifications for creating dynamic candidate definitions, you must have a thorough understanding of database administration and how to use Siebel Tools. Also familiarize yourself with the basics of the underlying Siebel Business Applications architecture. For more information, see Using Siebel Tools and Siebel Deployment Planning Guide . To configure join specifications for dynamic candidates 1 Start Siebel Tools. 2 In the Object Explorer, expand Workflow Policy Object, and in the Workflow Policy Objects window, select the object you want to configure. TIP: If Workflow Policy Object is not visible in the Object Explorer, you can enable it in the Development Tools Options dialog box (View, then Options, and then Object Explorer). 3 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. 4 In the Object Explorer, expand Assignment Object, and then expand Dynamic Candidate. 5 Expand the Dynamic Candidate object further, and then select Dynamic Candidate Component. 6 In the Dynamic Candidate Component window, choose Edit, then New Record. 7 In the new record, enter values for the relevant information. Table 42 provides descriptions of some of the Dynamic Candidate Component properties. Table 42. Dynamic Candidate Component Object Properties Property Description Additional Join Spec Use this property to specify an additional join. Candidate Id Column The column in the Team table containing the ID of the candidate (employee, position, or organization). Candidate Table The name of the source table at the last level of a join. Inactive Indicates if the component is active or inactive.
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A Working with Dynamic Candidates Process of Defining Dynamic Candidates 168 NOTE: Each dynamic candidate specified can have only one primary dynamic candidate component. Mapping Columns From Source Tables to Team-Based Criteria Using Siebel Tools, you create records in the Dynamic Candidate Component Col object to map columns in a source table, at a particular level in the join, to a team-based assignment criterion. You do so by specifying the attribute column name and the correct assignment criteria attribute name. This task is a step in “Process of Defining Dynamic Candidates” on page 164 . Use the following procedure to map columns from source tables to team-based criteria. To map columns from a source table to team-based criterion 1 Start Siebel Tools. 2 In the Object Explorer, expand Workflow Policy Object, and in the Workflow Policy Objects window, select the object you want to configure.
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