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6 Repeat Step 5 for each method, if applicable. 7 In the Object Explorer, expand the Business Service Method tree, then click Business Service Method Arg. 8 In the Business Service Method Arguments OBLE, click the argument you must modify. 9 In the Properties window, change the Hidden property to FALSE. 10 Repeat Step 9 for each method argument, if applicable. Pass By Reference Feature for a Business Service The SupportsPassByRef user property is available for use on a Siebel business service. You cannot add this user property to a custom business service. If, in a workflow process, you define a business service step that is not marked for Pass By Reference, then the Workflow Engine returns an error.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process 72 For the Workflow Engine to use Pass By Reference, the following configuration must exist: The Business Service User Prop must be set to TRUE for the business service. The business service step in the workflow process must be marked for Pass By Reference. CAUTION: Use of the Pass By Reference feature is not supported for a custom business service. For more information, see “Defining a Subprocess to Support Pass By Reference” on page 74 . Business Service Calls to a UNIX Shell Script A Siebel process that runs on UNIX runs as the user that launches Siebel Services. If a workflow process calls a business service that calls a UNIX shell script, then the shell script runs as the Siebel Service Owner account. About the Decision Point A decision point is a type of step in a workflow process that evaluates one or more decision conditions in order to determine the next step that is executed in the workflow. A decision point evaluates the user data of a business component in a record when the workflow is executed. For example, assume the workflow is started by a workflow policy and multiple violations of a workflow policy condition occur during the action interval of the Workflow Monitor Agent. In this case, when the workflow is executed, the decision point determines which branch to pursue, based on the current value of the field of the business component. Branch Logic in a Workflow Policy If the logic of a branch connector is moved from the workflow process to the workflow policy level, then the workflow policy generates unique events within the defined action interval. In this way, the workflow is started by the violation of a workflow policy. For more information, see “Expressions in the Expression Builder” on page 190 . Defining a Decision Point You define a decision point in the Process Designer in Siebel Tools. To define a decision point 1 Add a decision point to a workflow process.
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