Cancel Request Use this method to cancel a server request that is currently

Cancel request use this method to cancel a server

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Cancel Request. Use this method to cancel a server request that is currently waiting to run. Table 103. Format of the Component Parameter for Calling the Server Requests Business Service Correct Format Incorrect Format ObjReq.SetProperty "BCName", "Account" ObjReq.SetProperty "Buscomp Name", "Account"
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Predefined Business Services 484 Arguments of the Submit Request Method Table 104 describes arguments for the Submit Request method. Table 104. Arguments of the Submit Request Method of the Server Requests Business Service Argument Description Component Required if Component Job is not entered. Enter the name of the server component to run. Component Job Required if Component is not entered. Enter the name of the component job to run. Delete After Optional. Number of iterations before deleting the request. Works with Delete After Units. The default value is 0 (zero). Delete After Units Optional. The units to measure the iterations for the Delete After argument. The default value is NoReq for synchronous where the request is not saved to the database, and Eon for asynchronous where the request is never deleted. Other possible values include: ASAP SECONDS MINUTES HOURS DAYS WEEKS MONTHS YEARS Description Optional. A description of the server request. Enterprise Server Not applicable Hold Flag Optional. For an asynchronous request only. Flag to indicate whether or not to hold the request. Maximum Execution Time For future use. Method Optional. Only applicable for a service based server component. For example, Workflow Process Manager or Communications Manager. Define the business service method to call.
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Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow Predefined Business Services Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 485 Mode of Server Request Required. Instructs the Server Request Broker how to handle the server request. While in Auto mode, the Server Request Broker sets the mode to Synchronous or Schedule, depending on whether the Siebel client is connected or mobile. Possible values include: DirectDB: Asynchronous request, written directly to the S_SRM_REQUEST table NOTE: It is recommended that you use this argument in order to call an asynchronous request. If DirectDB mode is used, then the data in the S_SRM_REQUEST table is not lost. If you use Async when the Workflow Process Manager reaches MaxTasks, then it cannot process every SRM request. Async: Asynchronous Sync: Synchronous Schedule: Schedule Auto: Automatic configuration Number of Retries Maximum number of times the request is retried in case of error. Request ID Needed Optional. Only applicable to asynchronous and schedule mode. If this argument is set to false, then these two server requests return more quickly.
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