In the Siebel client navigate to the Administration Business Process screen

In the siebel client navigate to the administration

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In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Actions view. 2 In the Actions list, click New to define a new action. 3 In the Program field, use the picklist to choose the Run Workflow Process program. 4 In the Arguments list, click New to define a new Argument. 5 In the Argument field, choose ProcessName from the picklist. 6 In the Value property, enter the name of the workflow process you must start. 7 Navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Policy Groups view. 8 In the Policy Groups list, click New to define a new group, then name it. 9 Navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Policies view. 10 In the list for the Policies List, click New to define a new policy. 11 In the Conditions list, click New to define a workflow policy condition for the policy that must be met to start the workflow process.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Options for Developing a Workflow Process Starting a Workflow Process 144 12 In the Actions list, click New to define a new action, then enter the name of the action you defined in Step 2 . 13 Run the Generate Triggers server component. For more information, see “Overview of Generating Database Triggers” on page 403 . 14 If you are using the Run Workflow Process program, then make sure the Workflow Process Manager server component is online. 15 Run Workflow Monitor Agent. For more information, see “Executing a Workflow Policy with Workflow Monitor Agent” on page 417 . 16 Violate the policy. The violation starts the workflow process. Starting a Workflow Process from a Run-Time Event This topic describes how to use a run-time event to start a workflow process. For more information, see “Run-Time Event” on page 157 . How a Run-Time Event Starts a Workflow Process This topic describes an overview of the process that the Siebel application uses in order to start a workflow process by using a run-time event. For this example, assume the PreWriteRecord event is used to start the workflow. The steps that occur when a run-time event starts a workflow process include: 1 The PreWriteRecord run-time event is detected by components of the Application Object Manager. 2 Because the PreWriteRecord run-time event is defined on the connector that emanates out of the start step, the workflow process is started. 3 The object manager internally calls the Workflow Engine. At the time of the call, the business object that caused the run-time event is passed to the Workflow Engine. 4 The Workflow Engine uses the active rows on the business object for data operations. 5 If the rows are not already active, then the Workflow Engine sets up the rows, which is applicable for an object manager that generates run-time events.
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