Performance measurement data Use SARM Siebel Application Response Measurement

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Performance measurement data. Use SARM (Siebel Application Response Measurement) to capture timing data for measuring performance of a workflow process. For more information, see “Capturing Data with Siebel Application Response Measurement” on page 238 . Failure analysis records. Use Siebel FDR (Flight Data Recorder) to automatically capture the events that might lead to a system failure. For more information, see “Recording Behavior with the Siebel Flight Data Recorder” on page 239 Setting Monitoring Levels for a Workflow Process The Monitoring Level you set determines the frequency with which log writing occurs and, hence, the data that is available in the views for the instance of a workflow process. There are two views you can use to monitor a workflow. For more information, see “Stopping an Instance of a Workflow Process” on page 229 and “Removing a Workflow Process From the Run-Time Environment” on page 231 . Monitoring Instances of a Workflow Process The Workflow Instance Monitor view allows you to monitor instances of a workflow process, as well as step instances and aggregate data.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Process Monitoring a Workflow Process 234 To monitor instances of a workflow process 1 Log in to the Siebel client. 2 Navigate to the Administration-Business Process screen, then the Workflow Instance Monitor view. 3 In the Workflow Process list, query the Name field for the workflow process you must monitor. 4 Monitor run-time data of the workflow process, using values from the following table. For more information, see “Purging a Workflow Process from the Log File” on page 231 , and “Using Instance Monitoring to Diagnose a Workflow Process” on page 240 . Monitoring Level When the Monitoring level is set for a workflow process that is deployed, the instance of the workflow remains in the Workflow Instance Monitor view after it finishes and is no longer visible in the Workflow Instance Admin view. Depending on the monitoring level that is set for the chosen workflow, there might be no records in the Step Instances and Aggregate Data views. Setting the Monitoring Level Parameter When an instance of a workflow process is created, the monitoring level is read from the workflow and remains throughout the lifetime of the instance unless the instance is paused. In the case of a paused instance, when the instance is resumed, the monitor level is reread from the workflow. List Name or View Tab Description Workflow Process Displays definitions of workflow processes that have monitoring turned on. A workflow with a Monitoring Level that is not set to NONE is turned on. For more information, see “Monitoring Level” on page 234 . Process Instances Displays the related log instances for the chosen workflow process.
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