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4 Click the Activities view tab. A new Activity must be present, and it must contain the description you defined in “Defining Properties and Arguments for Steps of the Workflow Process” on page 258 . If so, the simulation for the workflow process finishes successfully. 5 Remove the modifications you made for testing: a In Siebel Tools, close the Simulator. b In the WF Process Props OBLE, choose the Object Id process property for your workflow process. c In the Properties window, delete the row ID in the Default String property. d In the WF Process Props OBLE, step off the record to save your changes. Deploying and Verifying the Workflow Process If you finish a successful simulation of your workflow process, then you are ready to deploy it, and to verify that the workflow implements the required functionality. To deploy and verify the workflow process 1 Deploy the workflow process: a In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Workflow Deployment view. b In the Repository Workflow Processes list, query the Name field for Large Opportunity Creates Activity. c Click Activate. d In the Active Workflow Processes list, query the Name field for Large Opportunity Creates Activity. The record displays a status of Active. For more information, see “Process of Deploying a Workflow Process” on page 211 . For more information, see “Process of Deploying a Workflow Process” on page 211 . 2 In the Siebel client, add a new opportunity that includes a Revenue that is greater than $10,000. 3 Step off the record, return to the record, drill down on the name of the record, then verify that an activity associated with the opportunity is automatically added, and that it includes the custom description you defined earlier in this example. If you must modify the workflow process, then use the Revise feature on the WF/Task Editor toolbar in Siebel Tools. For more information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 .
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete 264 Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete This topic gives one example of using a workflow process to traverse a record set in order to close obsolete service requests. You might use this feature differently, depending on your business model. To develop this example, perform the following tasks: 1 Defining the New Business Component on page 264 2 Defining the Workflow Process on page 266 3 Testing the Workflow Process on page 274 4 Preparing the Workflow Process for Production on page 279 This example identifies, then closes obsolete service requests. If a service request is more than one year old with a Status that is not Closed or Cancelled, then the service request is considered obsolete. The workflow process identifies obsolete service requests, then traverses the resulting
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