2 In Siebel Tools right click the canvas of the Process Designer then choose

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2 In Siebel Tools, right-click the canvas of the Process Designer, then choose Simulate. For more information, see “Preparing to Use the Process Simulator” on page 203 . 3 Click Start Simulation. Wait for the Siebel client to launch, control to return to Siebel Tools, and for the simulator to automatically highlight the Query Primary workflow process step. For caution information, see “Testing the Workflow Process” on page 274 . 4 From the Tools application-level menu, choose the View menu, Debug Windows, then the Watch menu item. 5 Click the push pin to dock the window. You must initiate the simulation, as described Step 3 , prior to opening the Watch window. Status Description Open Test SR Closed Test SR Cancelled Test SR
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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 276 6 Click the expand icon located next to PS:Property Set, then expand the Process Properties entry in the Property Set list. Process properties that are defined for this workflow process are displayed along with the current value for each property. To check this list, stop the simulation, then compare the list of properties in the Watch window to the list of records in the MVPW. No values are displayed in the Process Properties section of the Watch window until after the simulator calls the Workflow Utilities business service, which it does when the simulator executes the Watch Pre-update Values step. 7 Click Simulate Next, then expand the BusComp entry in the Watch window. The simulator executes the Query Primary Step, then highlights the Query Child step. The Query Primary step performs an unrestricted query on the Service Request business component, returning every service request that exists in the database. The Watch window now displays a BusComp entry that contains a list of values for the current business component record.
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Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 277 8 Click Simulate Next. The simulator executes the Query Child step, then highlights the More Records decision point. The search specification on the Query Child workflow process step results in the creation of a record set that contains four service request records. In essence, Query Child populates the Service Request No Link business component with these metadata records. In addition to several system variables, the Process Properties section of the Watch window now contains values for two process properties that reference important variables that are used with the traversing a record set technique, as described in the following table.
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