If you run list tasks for comp WfRecvMgr and no executed server tasks are

If you run list tasks for comp wfrecvmgr and no

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If you run list tasks for comp WfRecvMgr and no executed server tasks are returned, then it indicates there are no failed instances, which is expected behavior. Workflow Recovery Manager that is in an Active status indicates that the Workflow Recovery Manager component is up and running. To administer the Workflow Recovery Manager 1 In the Server Manager command-line interface, issue the enable compgrp workflow command. This step makes sure that the component group for Siebel Workflow is activated on the server. For more information about Server Manager usage, see Siebel System Administration Guide . 2 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Server Management screen, then the Components view. 3 Query for Workflow Recovery Manager . 4 If Workflow Recovery Manager is not Online, then click Start Up. This step starts the Workflow Recovery manager. It is not necessary to set other parameters. Testing the Workflow Recovery Manager In this topic, you prepare to test, then test the Workflow Recovery Manager. To prepare to test the workflow recovery manager 1 Connect to the Server Manager from the Siebel Server. You must see the smgr> prompt. For more information about Server Manager usage, see Siebel System Administration Guide . 2 Issue the following command and check whether the Component Group named Workflow is activated: Smgr>list compgrp
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Administering a Workflow Process Diagnosing a Workflow Process That Has Failed Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 249 3 If the Workflow component group is not activated, then perform the following steps: a Enter the following command to activate it: Smgr> enable compgrp workflow b Stop, then restart the server. 4 In the Siebel client, navigate to the Administration-Workflow Process screen, then the Workflow Deployment view. 5 If the server is reset, then make sure there is a workflow process that is running that then fails. In order for the Workflow Recovery Manager to attempt recovery, there must be an instance of an active, running workflow process that fails if it is interrupted. Peruse the Active Workflow Processes list to make sure such a workflow is present. Next, test the Workflow Recovery Manager. To test the workflow recovery manager 1 Open a Telnet session connected to the Siebel Server, issue the command siebps, then make a note of the Process Id of the Siebel Server. If you are using Windows, then use Windows Task Manager instead of Telnet. 2 Open a second Telnet session, then connect to the Server Manager prompt. 3 From the smgr> prompt, issue the following command to start the execution of the workflow: Start task for comp wfprocmgr with processname = 'AutoRec_NN' A new server task for the wfprocmgr component with the server task id is started.
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