Workflow Policy Trend Analysis Displays the total number of workflow policy

Workflow policy trend analysis displays the total

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Workflow Policy Trend Analysis Displays the total number of workflow policy conditions that are met over a defined amount of time.
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Administering a Workflow Policy Administering a Workflow Policy Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 439 Guidelines for Converting a Workflow Policy to a Workflow Process In general, it is recommended you keep a workflow policy simple, placing most business logic into a workflow process. To use this approach, you can convert a workflow policy to a workflow process. Table 72 describes guidelines you can use when converting a workflow policy to a workflow process. Table 72. Guidelines for Converting a Workflow Policy to a Workflow Process Configuration Used in a Workflow Policy Configuration Used in a Workflow Process A specialized operator, such as IS UPDATED or IS ADDED. A run-time event. A standard operator, such as = or <>. A branch or decision step. A workflow policy program that performs an operation at the database layer. A Siebel operation step at the object layer that implements logic which manipulates data at the data layer. Although a workflow process cannot call a workflow policy program, if there is a requirement to perform an operation at the database level, then it might be possible to use the Siebel operation step to accomplish the same required functionality. Not applicable For sending email, because a workflow process uses the communication outbound manager service, it can use a recipient group and an exact email address.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Policy Testing, Troubleshooting, and Migrating a Workflow Policy 440 Testing, Troubleshooting, and Migrating a Workflow Policy This topic describes testing, troubleshooting, and migrating a workflow policy. It includes the following topics: Testing a Workflow Policy on page 440 Troubleshooting a Workflow Policy on page 442 Migrating Workflow Policies to the Production Environment on page 443 Testing a Workflow Policy Testing a workflow policy before implementing it in your production environment increases the likelihood that the recipient of an action receives accurate and useful information, and that the overall results meet the business requirements for the workflow process. It is critical that you thoroughly test your workflow policy and eliminate problems before you implement the policy in your production environment. CAUTION: Your test environment and production environment must contain identical versions of the software. To test a workflow policy 1 Develop a testing and migration strategy for introducing changes into the production environment. For more information, see “Planning a Test and Migration Strategy for a Workflow Policy” on page 336 .
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