Requirements for using a task step include To define a task step in a workflow

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Requirements for using a task step include: To define a task step in a workflow process, the task UI that is called by the task step must already be defined. For information on defining a task UI, see Siebel Business Process Framework: Task UI Guide . If the workflow process launches a task UI, then the Mode property for the workflow must be set to Long Running Flow. Defining a Task Step You define a task step in the Process Designer in Siebel Tools. To define a task step 1 Add a task step to a workflow process. For more information, see “Adding a Step to a Workflow Process” on page 66 . 2 Make sure the step you added in Step 1 is still chosen in the Process Designer. 3 In the Task Name property, use the picklist to choose a task UI in order to associate the task UI with the task step. 4 In the Properties window, make sure the Inactive property is set to FALSE. 5 In the MVPW, define new input, output, and recipient arguments. For more information, see “About the Process Property” on page 47 , and Siebel Business Process Framework: Task UI Guide .
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Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 85 About the User Interact Step The user interact step is a type step in a workflow process that provides a way to define the flow of Siebel views within an application. Siebel Workflow guides the end user through a defined flow of Siebel views based on interactions with the end user, or executes a defined set of actions. This flow can be modified as the business environment changes. The user interact step can use a process property as an input argument. In this way, you can dynamically set view names as you design your interactive workflow process. The view name property is set in the View property, an unbounded picklist, of the user interact step. Behaviors of the User Interact Step Behaviors of the user interact step include: The user intact step sends a request to the Siebel Web Engine to build the view, then brings up the required view in the user session. Only one view can be built at a time. You cannot combine a user interact step with another action, such as bringing up a message box or building another view simultaneously. Also, you cannot use both a UserInteract step and start a task UI. The user interact step waits in the memory of the user session for a run-time event to resume processing. When there is no run-time event defined, the workflow process continues to the end. If, after a user interact step, the end user manually navigates out of the view, then the workflow process remains in the memory of the user session. The instance of the workflow is deleted when the user session is terminated or when another workflow process is instantiated in the same user session.
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