Requirements of an SQL Statement That Is Written for a Workflow Policy Program

Requirements of an sql statement that is written for

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Requirements of an SQL Statement That Is Written for a Workflow Policy Program Argument An SQL statement that is written for a workflow policy program argument must include: The table name and column name you reference must be in upper case The case sensitive table name must be prefixed with &Table_Owner The SQL statement must be valid for the specific database vendor Guidelines for Using an SQL Statement with a Workflow Policy Program Argument Guidelines when using a SQL statement with a workflow policy program argument include: It is recommended that the SQL statement return only one record. To be sure, use a statement that uses the outer join rather than the inner join. Only one workflow policy program argument that uses an SQL statement can be used for a workflow policy program. Do not use two or more workflow policy program arguments that use SQL statements for a given workflow policy program. CAUTION: It is recommended that you thoroughly test your SQL statement in the context of the workflow policy program in which it is used prior to implementation.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Defining a Custom Workflow Policy Conditions for a Workflow Policy 370 Conditions for a Workflow Policy This topic describes how conditional logic is defined for a workflow policy. It includes the following topics: Standard Comparisons in the Conditions List on page 370 A Field That Is Not Known Is Interpreted as Null on page 371 Specialized Comparisons in the Conditions List on page 371 Date Calculations in the Conditions List on page 375 Conditional logic for a workflow policy is defined in the Conditions list of the Workflow Policies view in the Siebel client. Comparison values in the Operation field expose the Siebel Workflow policy component column for monitoring. Standard Comparisons in the Conditions List The Comparison field supports greater than (<), less than (>), not equal to (<>), greater than or equal to (>=), less than or equal to (<=), equal (=), LIKE, IN, NOT IN, BETWEEN, IS NULL, and IS NOT NULL operators. Table 51 describes comparisons and values for a typical database. The requirements of the syntax that is used with your specific database might vary. Table 51. Comparison Operators and Values for a Typical Database Comparison Value less than sign (<) 5 greater than sign (>) 5 not equal to sign (<>) 5 greater than or equal to sign (>=) 5 less than or equal to sign (<=) 5 equal sign (= ) A LIKE Abc% IN (1, 2, 3) NOT IN ('A', 'B', 'C') BETWEEN 1 and 2 BETWEEN 'A' and 'B'
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Defining a Custom Workflow Policy Conditions for a Workflow Policy Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 371 The following syntax rules apply: If using LIKE, IN, NOT IN, or BETWEEN with character fields, then use single quotes around the value.
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