1 Rev A Basic Configuration for Siebel Assignment Manager Updating Your Siebel

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Version 8.1, Rev. A Basic Configuration for Siebel Assignment Manager Updating Your Siebel Assignment Manager Deployment with New Configurations 156 To update your deployment with new configurations 1 Compile changes to the siebel.srf file, if necessary, and deploy it to the server. a Choose Tools, then Compile Projects. b In the Object Compiler dialog box, select the project (or projects) you want to compile. c Select the Siebel client repository file (default is siebel.srf) located in the Objects subdirectory within the Siebel client root directory. d Click Compile. For more information about when to recompile the siebel.srf file, see Table 38 on page 155 and Using Siebel Tools . For information on distributing the siebel.srf file, see Siebel Anywhere Administration Guide . NOTE: It is not necessary to recompile the siebel.srf file whenever you configure an assignment object or an assignment attribute column, but you must recompile the siebel.srf file whenever you add, inactivate, or delete any assignment object types, assignment criteria, or assignment attributes. Make sure all projects are recompiled (not only the locked projects) if you inactivate or delete a top-level object type or assignment criteria. 2 If you are running dynamic assignment, perform the following steps: a Stop the Workflow Monitor Agent server component. b Regenerate triggers by running the Generate Triggers server component. c Release assignment rules (if rules have changed) by clicking Release in the Assignment Rules view. For more information about releasing assignment rules, see “Releasing Assignment Rules” on page 65 . d Restart the Workflow Monitor Agent server component. For more information about stopping and restarting server components, see Siebel System Administration Guide . 3 If your are running dynamic assignment, stop and restart the Assignment Manager server component for the changes to take effect. a Stop the Workflow Monitor Agent server component. b Stop the Assignment Manager server component. c Start the Assignment Manager server component. d Start the Workflow Monitor Agent server component. For more information about stopping and restarting server components, see Siebel System Administration Guide . You must stop and restart the Assignment Manager server component whenever you add, inactivate, or delete any assignment object types, assignment criteria, or assignment attributes.
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Siebel Assignment Manager Administration Guide Version 8.1, Rev. A 157 7 Working with Dynamic Candidates This chapter describes how to configure and administer dynamic candidate functionality in Siebel Assignment Manager. It includes the following topics: “About Dynamic Candidates” on page 157 “About Dynamic Candidate Types” on page 158 “Examples of Dynamic Candidate Assignment” on page 160 “Example of Assigning Dynamic Candidates to the Same Assignment Object” on page 163 “Process of Defining Dynamic Candidates” on page 164 About Dynamic Candidates Dynamic candidates are potential assignees for objects and behave in the same manner as static candidates. When processing rules, Siebel Assignment Manager determines candidates based on the
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