Defining Metrics for a Workflow Process A workflow process metric allows you to

Defining metrics for a workflow process a workflow

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Defining Metrics for a Workflow Process A workflow process metric allows you to collect data that is associated with a property of the workflow. To collect metrics, you define the subset of metrics to be captured, then activate the metric collection after you deploy the application. To define metrics for a workflow process 1 Make sure the WF Process Metrics object type is exposed in the Object Explorer. For more information, see “Exposing Object Types That Are Used to Develop a Workflow Process” on page 116 . 2 Locate the workflow process you must modify. For more information, see “Locating a Workflow Process in the Workflow Processes Object List Editor” on page 43 . 3 In the Object Explorer, expand the Workflow Process tree, then click WF Process Metric. 4 Right-click in the WF Process Metrics OBLE, then choose New Record from the pop-up menu. 5 In the Metric Name property, choose the desired metric from the list of predefined metric names. 6 For the Property Name property, choose a process property from the list of those defined for the workflow process. 7 Make sure the Inactive property does not contain a checkmark. The Inactive property provides a convenient means for you to turn off a metric and turn it on later.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Process Monitoring a Workflow Process 238 8 Activate the workflow process. For more information, see “Process of Deploying a Workflow Process” on page 211 . 9 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Workflow Deployment view. 10 Query the Name field of the Active Workflow Processes list for the workflow process you activated in Step 8 . 11 Set the Analytics Level field of the Active Workflow Processes to Property or All. This step allows metrics to be collected at run time. Capturing Data with Siebel Application Response Measurement The Workflow Process Manager server component can use Siebel Application Response Measurement (SARM). SARM captures timing data that is useful for monitoring the performance of the Siebel application, and records this information to binary files. Table 40 describes SARM levels that are used with a workflow process. Table 40. SARM Levels That Are Used with a Workflow Process SARM Level Description 1 The Workflow Process Manager business service records the time that is required in order to execute the method of a business service. Examples of service methods in Workflow Process Manager are RunProcess and ResumeInstance. 2 The Workflow Process Manager business service records the time required to perform the following: Execute the method of a business service Execute a step in a workflow process Write monitoring data to the disk SARM level 2 can help you determine the logging overhead when you increase the monitoring level of your workflow process.
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Administering a Workflow Process Monitoring a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 239 Table 41 describes SARM areas and subareas that are used with a workflow process.
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