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viewValidCurrent = Inputs.GetProperty("Valid View Current"); viewValidNext = Inputs.GetProperty("Valid View Next"); TheApplication().SetProfileAttr("WFRunning", isWorkflowRunning); TheApplication().SetProfileAttr("WFViewCurrent", viewValidCurrent); TheApplication().SetProfileAttr("WFViewNext", viewValidNext); } 5 Use the profile attributes for more processing. The necessary information is put into the profile attributes of the application. You can use the standard procedures for accessing the profile attributes to extract this information. For more information, see Siebel Personalization Administration Guide .
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Manipulating Data Timestamp Usage 188 Timestamp Usage You can use the timestamp to get the current system time and to do time arithmetic based on the current time. The arithmetic that involves time information for a workflow process is different from that for a workflow policy program. The second operand of the Timestamp () function must be provided in a scale of minutes, that is, as a fraction of the whole day. For example, if the intended result of an arithmetic operation is 30 minutes, then the argument is displayed according to the following syntax: Timestamp()+0.021 The operation is explained as follows: 0.021 is equal to 30 divided by (24 multiplied by 60) 24 multiplied by 60 represents a whole day in minutes 30 represents the required number of minutes For more information, see “Date Calculations in the Conditions List” on page 375 . Decision Conditions for a Workflow Process This topic describes information about using the Compose Condition Criteria dialog box in order to define decision conditions for a workflow process. It includes the following topics: Fields in the Compose Condition Criteria Dialog Box on page 189 Expressions in the Expression Builder on page 190
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Manipulating Data Decision Conditions for a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 189 Fields in the Compose Condition Criteria Dialog Box Table 30 describes fields you set in the Compose Condition Criteria dialog box in order to define a decision condition. For more information, see “Expressions in the Expression Builder” on page 190 . Table 30. Fields in the Compose Condition Criteria Dialog Box Field Description Possible Value Compare To Indicates where the comparison value is coming from. (Required). The following choices are available: Business Component Process Property Expression Applet Operation Identifies the comparison operation. The following choices are available: This Must Match. The current value must match exactly, including case. One Must Match. One or more values must match exactly, including case. All Must Match. All of the values must match exactly, including case.
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