2 From the applet menu choose Delete Process 3 If necessary purge the workflow

2 from the applet menu choose delete process 3 if

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2 From the applet menu, choose Delete Process. 3 If necessary, purge the workflow process from the log. For more information see “Purging a Workflow Process from the Log File” on page 231 . TIP: You can use Multi-select to choose multiple workflow processes. Because the Delete Process functionality deletes a workflow and stops the instances of that workflow, instances that are related to the chosen workflows are also stopped. Therefore, if you must perform a batch delete of multiple workflows, then perform the procedure beginning with Step 1 on page 231 , using Multi-select to choose multiple workflows rather than just one workflow. To use Multi-select, keep the CTRL key depressed as you click each record in the list. Purging a Workflow Process from the Log File You can use the purge feature in order to delete a workflow process that contains a status of Stopped or Completed. If you must delete a paused instance, then stop the instance first. If you delete a running instance from the log, then the execution of the instance is unaffected and the instance continues to run.
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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 232 To purge a workflow process from the log file 1 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, Workflow Instance Monitor, then the Process Instances view. 2 In the Process Instances list, choose the workflow process you must purge. 3 Click Purge. 4 In the Workflow Instance Monitor Purge dialog box, choose a date. 5 Click Purge.
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Administering a Workflow Process Monitoring a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 233 Monitoring a Workflow Process This topic describes how to monitor and troubleshoot a workflow process in the production environment. It includes the following topics: Overview of Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tools on page 233 Setting Monitoring Levels for a Workflow Process on page 233 Setting Monitoring Levels for Tracing and the Event Log on page 236 Defining Metrics for a Workflow Process on page 237 Capturing Data with Siebel Application Response Measurement on page 238 Recording Behavior with the Siebel Flight Data Recorder on page 239 Overview of Monitoring and Troubleshooting Tools Tools that can be used to monitor and troubleshoot a workflow process include: Progress and status information. Use the Workflow Instance Monitor view and the Workflow Instance Admin view to monitor the progress and status of each workflow process. For more information, see “Setting Monitoring Levels for a Workflow Process” on page 233 . Operation details. Use event logging to trace operations that are performed by each step of a workflow process. For more information, see “Setting Monitoring Levels for Tracing and the Event Log” on page 236 .
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