The run time event signals the end of the Display Activity Plan user interact

The run time event signals the end of the display

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The run-time event signals the end of the Display Activity Plan user interact step, which is achieved by defining a conditional branch that emanates from the Display Activity Plan step. For this example, you must wait for the user to make and save a change to the Activity Plan before continuing the workflow process. WriteRecordUpdated is the run-time event that signals this change. For the Event and Event Object picklists to populate correctly for this example, you must define the Event Object Type first. Next, test the workflow process. Testing the Workflow Process In this topic, you validate, then simulate the workflow process you defined in “Defining the New Workflow Process” on page 281 . Because this workflow is based on the Opportunity business object and the workflow attempts to add an activity plan to an existing opportunity, you must define the row Id for a specific opportunity in order to allow the Process Simulator to execute logic for the workflow. Before you can test your workflow process, you create an opportunity that matches the test criteria. You create this opportunity, then note the row ID for the opportunity. This row ID is then used in the properties for the workflow process in order to run the test. Preparing Example Data for the Simulation In this topic, you prepare example data for the simulation. To prepare example data for the simulation 1 Log in to the Siebel client as SADMIN connected to the Sample database. Property Value User Interact View Opportunity Activity Plan Property Value Event Object Type BusComp Event WriteRecordUpdated Event Object Activity Plan Type Condition
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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 Attaches an Activity Plan to an Opportunity 284 2 Navigate to the Opportunities list. 3 Choose an opportunity, right-click, then choose About Record. 4 Note the value of the row ID in the Row # field, then click OK to close the About Record dialog box. 5 In Siebel Tools, in the MVPW, find the Object Id process property, then set the Default String field for the property to the row Id of the opportunity you identified in Step 4 . If the MVPW is not visible, then, from the application-level menu, choose the View menu, Windows, then the Multi Value Property Window menu item. Next, you validate, then simulate the workflow process. Validating and Simulating the Workflow Process In this topic, you validate, then simulate the workflow process. To validate, then simulate the workflow process 1 Validate, then simulate the workflow process. For more information, see “Process of Testing a Workflow” on page 202 . After you reach the user interact step in the simulation, use the Siebel client to make a change to the Activity Plan, then save your changes. For example, change values in the Planned Start Date field or in the Description field.
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