To resume this workflow process if it is paused as the result of a button click

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To resume this workflow process if it is paused as the result of a button click, define the run- time event in a user interact step or a wait step. 6 Define the run-time event using values from the following table. 7 Activate the workflow process. 8 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Runtime Events screen, then the Events view. Property Value Event PreInvokeMethod Event Cancel Flag True. If this flag is not checked, then an error results when the workflow process is run. Event Object Name of the business component on which the applet that contains the button is based. Event Object Type BusComp Sub Event Name of the method you set in step Step 1 . The Sub Event name must be unique. Type (Required) Condition
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Options for Developing a Workflow Process Starting a Workflow Process Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 147 9 Click Menu on the Events applet, then choose Reload Runtime Events. order for the change to take effect, you must reload personalization after a workflow process is activated that registers a run-time event. Avoiding the Cannot Resume Workflow Process Error If all of the following situations exist, then an error occurs when a user clicks a button that starts a workflow process: The workflow process is an interactive flow The workflow process is started at least one time in the current user session An event is fired and there is no instance of a workflow process that is waiting to handle the event The event is discarded and the end user receives an error message. To avoid the cannot resume workflow process error Require the end user to run a workflow process in order to access this view. For example, you can define a workflow process that includes the user interact step. You can handle the error by defining an error exception connector or error process. Identifying A Predefined Workflow Process That Is Started by a Run- Time Event For your implementation, it is possible that some predefined workflow processes are started by a run-time event. You can use the Action Set Name field of the Runtime Events administration screen in the Siebel client to identify a predefined workflow process that is started by a run-time event. To identify a predefined workflow process that is started by a run-time event 1 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Runtime Events screen, then the Events view. 2 Note the value of the row ID in the Action Set Name field. For example, if Workflow_1-2APXH is displayed in the Action Set Name field, then 1-2APXH is the row ID of the workflow process that is referenced. 3 Navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Workflow Processes view. 4 Query the Name field for the row ID of the workflow process you noted in Step 2 .
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