The Table Owner is considered a Privileged User so you can enter the Table

The table owner is considered a privileged user so

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The Table Owner is considered a Privileged User, so you can enter the Table Owner name and password in the Privileged User name and password fields.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Policy Administering a Workflow Policy 406 Usage of the EXEC Parameter The EXEC parameter specifies whether the SQL script file runs automatically or manually. If TRUE, then the Generate Trigger server component automatically generates the SQL script and applies it to the server database. If FALSE, then you must manually run the SQL script file. Environments in which you must set EXEC to FALSE include: You run a Sybase server with a Siebel or MS_SQL server. Setting EXEC to false prevents an end user who is connected from receiving an error message when Siebel generates database triggers. Make sure nobody is logged in to the database before you generate database triggers. When you define a large number of database triggers because there are too many workflow policies. In both cases, you must manually run the SQL script file and not use the Generate Triggers server component. For more information, see “Manually Running the SQL Script File” on page 406 . Manually Running the SQL Script File After Generate Triggers finishes, if the EXEC parameter is FALSE, then run the SQL script file. To manually run the SQL script file 1 Use the SQL tool provided by your RDBMS vendor to connect to the database server as the Siebel table owner. For example, ISQL for Microsoft or SQL*Plus for Oracle. 2 Run the SQL script file that is defined by the Trigger File Name parameter. The default filename is TRIGGER.SQL. The default location of this file is the root of the directory in which the Siebel Server is installed. For example: C:\siebsrvr\trigger.sql If you are using an MS SQL server database, then execute the trigger.sql script as the database owner login for the Siebel database. The database owner login is also known as the dbo login. 3 Make sure no errors are reported. For example, assume you finished defining workflow policies in the Siebel client and you must set the database triggers in the Siebel database for the new policies. Using the Generate Triggers component, you set the file output name, thus creating a TRIGGER.SQL file that contains the database triggers that must be modified or defined in the test database for these policies. You then run the following command in SQL*Plus to generate the database triggers in the Oracle database: SQL>@<path>\mytrig.sql The successful creation of each database trigger in the Oracle database is indicated on the screen. For information on the syntax that is required for other databases, see your database documentation.
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Administering a Workflow Policy Administering a Workflow Policy Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 407 Guidelines for Generating Database Triggers Guidelines for running the Generate Triggers server component, especially if you are deleting a workflow policy, include:
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