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That Traverses a Record Set to Close Service Requests That Are Obsolete 274 4 Add a second argument using values from the following table. 5 From the Tools application-level menu, choose the File menu, then the Save menu item. Next, you use the Process Simulator and Watch window to test the workflow. Testing the Workflow Process In this example, you first modify several service requests by using the Siebel client in order to delineate a set of test records that the workflow process traverses. Then, you use the Process Simulator and Watch window to test the workflow process. For more information, see “Using the Watch Window” on page 199 . CAUTION: Although you are simulating the workflow process, the Update Fields step in this workflow process modifies records in the query results. It is important to remain cognizant of the fact that the traversing a record set technique processes a set of real records. If a step in the workflow modifies records, then the values for most if not every record in the database that meet the search criteria is modified. Preparing Test Records for the Service Requests In this topic, you prepare test records for the service requests. To prepare test records for the service requests 1 Log in to the Siebel client, connected to the Sample database. 2 Navigate to the Service Requests screen, then the Service Request List view. 3 Locate three records that contain an Opened date that is more than one year from the date that the workflow process is tested. For example, if you test the workflow on February 15, 2009, then make sure the Opened date for each service request is prior to February 15, 2008. Field Value Property Name vRowId Type Business Component Business Component Name Service Request No Link Business Component Field Id
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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 275 4 Modify the three records so that there are three service requests in the database that contain a Description of Test SR, and that one request is Open, one Closed, and one Cancelled. Use the values described in the following table. These modifications provide a way to test the workflow process on a small, constricted set of records. 5 Create a new service request. Set Status to Open and enter Test SR in the Description. 6 Log out of the Siebel client. Next, validate and simulate the workflow process. Validating and Simulating the Workflow Process In this topic, you validate and simulate the workflow process. To validate and simulate the workflow process 1 Validate the workflow process. For more information, see “Validating the Workflow Process” on page 202 .
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