3 Define the MethodInvoked property of the button control as the name of the

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3 Define the MethodInvoked property of the button control as the name of the associated event. For example, FrameEventMethodWFBack for backward navigation. SaveWorkflow Suspends and saves the interactive workflow process and makes it appear in the Inbox for the end user. ResumeLastIntFlow Resumes the last executed interactive workflow process. ResumeLastIntFlow is different from the other events in that it is not tied to a specific workflow process and can be called from elsewhere in the Siebel application. That is, the button corresponding to this event can be put in an applet, including the task bar where the Site Map icon is located, which is the recommended location for this button. Table 23. Methods of a Synthetic Event Synthetic Event Method Description
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Options for Developing a Workflow Process About the Workflow Mode Property 134 4 In the Process Designer, associate the applet type run-time event. For example, assign FrameEventMethodWFBack to the outgoing connectors of the user interact step in the workflow process that receives the event. Assign the event using values from the following table. TIP: It is not necessary for you to manually define buttons for each applet. You can copy a button that you define to other applets by using the Applet Comparison feature in Siebel Tools. Also, if you add the applet button controls to the HTML Model Controls applet, then when you define a new applet with the New Applet Wizard you can choose the method buttons that are related to a workflow process. Defining a Synthetic Event Button for the SaveWorkflow Event This topic describes how to define a synthetic event button for the saveworkflow event. To define a synthetic event button for the saveworkflow event 1 In Siebel Tools, identify a view to which a user interact step must navigate the end user. 2 Define a Save button on an applet where the event is called. For more information, see Using Siebel Tools . 3 Define the MethodInvoked property of the button control as the name of the associated event, SaveWorkflow. 4 Use the following script to call the event handler for Siebel Workflow to handle the button click event. The script also passes to the Siebel Workflow event handler the contextual information for the event, which is the name of the view where the event occurs. It is not necessary for you to define the event in the workflow process. function WebApplet_InvokeMethod (MethodName) { return (ContinueOperation); } function WebApplet_PreCanInvokeMethod (MethodName, &CanInvoke) { Property Value Event Type Applet Event Obj AppletName Event InvokeMethod Sub Event [Method Name] For example, FrameEventMethodWFBack.
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Options for Developing a Workflow Process About the Workflow Mode Property Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 135 // Recognize SaveWorkflow event, which is // used to save Interactive flow if (MethodName == "SaveWorkflow") { CanInvoke = "TRUE"; return (CancelOperation); } return (ContinueOperation); }
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