You can validate a workflow process To validate a workflow process 1 Locate the

You can validate a workflow process to validate a

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You can validate a workflow process. To validate a workflow process 1 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 . 2 Right-click the workflow process, then choose Validate. The Validate dialog box displays. 3 Click Start. Starting validation displays in the bottom left corner of the Validate dialog box. 4 If the validation is successful, then there are no errors to report and a message displays in the bottom left corner of the dialog box, Total tests failed: 0 .
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Testing a Workflow Process Process of Testing a Workflow Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 203 5 If the validation is not successful, then a list of errors are displayed along with the rules that each error violates. In this case, perform one of the following actions: a Click the error to view the message in the Details window of the dialog box. b Save the errors to a log file by clicking Save As at the bottom of the validation panel. Every error is not fatal. Some errors are only warnings. For more information, see “Troubleshooting Problems That Occur During Validation” on page 208 . Preparing to Use the Process Simulator This task is a step in “Process of Testing a Workflow” on page 202 . In this task, you prepare to use the process simulator. To prepare to use the process simulator 1 Make sure the Siebel Mobile Web Client is installed. The Siebel Mobile Web Client can connect to a development or local database that contains the test data that is required to debug a workflow. 2 If necessary, publish subprocesses that are called by the workflow process you are simulating. To avoid a validation error, you must publish and activate subprocesses that are called by the workflow process you are simulating prior to calling the simulator. For more information, see “Publishing a Workflow Process” on page 216 . 3 If necessary, expose the simulate toolbar. For more information, see “Preparing Siebel Tools to Develop a Workflow Process” on page 115 . 4 From the application-level menu, choose the View menu, then the Options menu item. 5 Click the Debug tab. 6 Define the fields in the Debug tab using values from the following table, where $ represents settings that are specific to your setup. Field Value Executable $SiebelClient\BIN\siebel.exe Make sure you enter the full path for the siebel.exe executable file. CFG file $SiebelClient\BIN\ENU\uagent.cfg Make sure you enter the full path for the uagent.cfg configuration file. Browser $\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe Working directory $SiebelClient\BIN Arguments /h
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Testing a Workflow Process Process of Testing a Workflow 204 7 Click OK.
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