CAUTION If a Workflow Process Manager server task fails and if more server

Caution if a workflow process manager server task

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CAUTION: If a Workflow Process Manager server task fails, and if more server tasks are started that also fail, then Workflow Monitor Agent exits with error after only one violation. This situation can result in Workflow Monitor Agent starting more server tasks that are not required when the Workflow Process Manager server task fails. To avoid this situation, stop, then restart Workflow Process Manager. For more information, see “Command Line Interface Parameters of the Workflow Monitor Agent” on page 423 . For more information on using the Siebel Server Manager Command Line Interface, see Siebel System Administration Guide . To start the workflow monitor agent 1 Start the server manager by entering the following command into the Server Manager CLI: srvrmgr /g <gateway server address> /s <Siebel Server name> /e <enterprise server name> /u <server administrator username> /p <server administrator password> 2 Start a new Workflow Monitor Agent server task in background mode by entering the following command: start task for component WorkMon with SleepTime=<time>,GroupName=<group name> 3 (Optional) Start a new Workflow Monitor Agent server task to run in batch to process a Batch policy by entering the following command: start task for component WorkMon with GroupName=<group name>, BatchMode=Y You must define a separate server component definition for each Workflow Monitor Agent server task. Stopping or Restarting a Component of the Workflow Monitor Agent You can stop or restart a Workflow Monitor Agent component. To stop or restart a component of the workflow monitor agent 1 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Server Management screen, then the Components view. 2 Choose the component, then click Shutdown or Startup. NOTE: If you make changes to the parameters of the component, then the component must be stopped and restarted for the changes to go into effect. Also, you must define a component definition of the Workflow Monitor Agent for each workflow policy group.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Administering a Workflow Policy Administering a Workflow Policy 422 Keeping Definitions for Workflow Monitor Agent Current Workflow Monitor Agent and Workflow Action Agent read workflow configurations from the server database. If you use Siebel Tools to modify a workflow policy object, column, or program in the local database, then you must check these objects into the server database. Otherwise, Workflow Monitor Agent and Workflow Action Agent possess no knowledge about these modifications. Also, situations in which you must restart Workflow Monitor Agent and Workflow Action Agent include: After using Siebel Tools to modify an object, column, or program for a workflow policy After using the workflow administration views in the Siebel client to modify a workflow action If you do not restart Workflow Monitor Agent and Workflow Action Agent, then the modifications do not go into effect until policies are reloaded, as defined in the Reload Policy parameter. Because the
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