View Tab Description Process Definition Displays the definition of a workflow

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resuming the instance. View Tab Description Process Definition Displays the definition of a workflow process that is defined earlier than version 7.7. Process Designer Displays the flow diagram of a workflow process that is defined earlier than version 7.7. Process Properties Displays properties of a workflow process that is defined earlier than version 7.7.
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Administering a Workflow Process Process of Administering a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 229 If a workflow process contains a wait step, or if the Auto Persist flag for a workflow is checked, then persistence for a 7.0 workflow process is set. To use the workflow instance admin view 1 Log in to the Siebel client. 2 Navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Workflow Instance Admin view. 3 In the All Workflow Process Instances list, query the Process Name field for the workflow process you must administer. 4 Administer the instances for the workflow process, using values from the following table. For more information, see “Stopping an Instance of a Workflow Process” on page 229 and “Manually Recovering the Instance of a Workflow Process” on page 251 . Stopping an Instance of a Workflow Process If persistence is defined for a workflow process, then you can stop an instance of the workflow. After the instance of a workflow is stopped, it is removed. An instance that contains a status of Running, Waiting, or Error can be stopped. If you stop an instance that is running, then the execution of the instance is terminated, which is different from purging an instance. For more information, see “Purging a Workflow Process from the Log File” on page 231 . CAUTION: A stopped instance of a workflow process cannot be resumed. To stop an instance of a workflow process 1 In the All Workflow Process Instances list of the Workflow Instance Admin view, query the Process Name field for the workflow process you must stop. For more information, see “Using the Workflow Instance Admin View” on page 228 . 2 In the Related Instances list, choose the instance you must stop. 3 In the applet menu, choose Stop Instance. List Name Description All Workflow Process Instances Lists instances of a workflow process that are running, in an error state, or in a waiting state. Related Instances Displays instances of the workflow process that are chosen in the All Workflow Process Instances list. Process Properties Displays process properties of the instance of the workflow process that is chosen in the Related Instances list. You can change the value of these process properties before you resume an instance that is waiting or that is in an error state.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Process Process of Administering a Workflow Process 230 Stopping an Instance of a Workflow Process Through a Script By using the _StopInstance method, you can use a script to stop an instance of a workflow process.
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