One Must Match Operation Options for the One Must Match operation include

One must match operation options for the one must

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One Must Match Operation Options for the One Must Match operation include: Multiple value behavior. If the values involved are literal values, and if at least one value matches, then the comparison succeeds. If the values involved are expressions, and if at least one expression is evaluated to true, which is the same as This Must Match, then the comparison succeeds. Multiple child buscomp record behavior. If the comparison succeeds for at least one of the records, then records of the child business component are used for comparison and the overall comparison succeeds. Other Iterative Comparison Operators Other iterative comparison operators include: All Must Match (Ignore Case) Same as All Must Match except string comparisons are case insensitive. This Must Match (Ignore Case) Same as This Must Match except string comparisons are case insensitive. None Can Match (Ignore Case) Same as None Can Match except string comparisons are case insensitive. One Must Match (Ignore Case) Same as One Must Match except string comparisons are case insensitive. Substitution Variables That Are Commonly Used in an Expression A process property or a field in a business component is often used as a substitution variable in an expression. For more information see “Referencing a Process Property” on page 60 and “Referencing a Field in a Business Component” on page 195 . For more information about the operators, expressions, and decision conditions that can be used in a workflow process, see Siebel Developer’s Reference .
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Manipulating Data Decision Conditions for a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 195 Referencing a Field in a Business Component The syntax is [FieldName]. For example, the following syntax is used for the business component named Contact: [First Name] like 'Jane' where: First Name is the name of the field The business component itself is defined in the Object field of the Expression Builder. Example of Using an Expression to Compare Values An expression can be used to compare the value of a process property Object Id to that of the Contact business component and Account Id field, as described in the following table. Compare To Operation Object Values Expression This Must Match Contact [Account Id] like [&Object Id]
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Manipulating Data Decision Conditions for a Workflow Process 196
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 197 10 Testing a Workflow Process This chapter describes how to test your workflow process. It includes the following topics: About the Testing Tools on page 197 Process of Testing a Workflow on page 202 Troubleshooting Validation and Simulation Problems on page 208 For more information about developing planning strategies for testing the Siebel application, see Testing Siebel Business Applications .
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