You can now define a condition for the workflow policy that is based on the new

You can now define a condition for the workflow

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You can now define a condition for the workflow policy that is based on the new workflow column. Defining a Customized Workflow Policy Object This topic describes how to define a customized workflow policy object. CAUTION: In the Workflow Policy Components OBLE, you must define only one record as the primary workflow policy component. The Primary property can be checked for only one record. To define a customized workflow policy object 1 In Siebel Tools, navigate to the Workflow Policy Objects OBLE. 2 From the application-level menu, choose the Edit menu, then the New Record menu item. 3 Define properties for the new record. 4 In the Object Explorer, click Workflow Policy Components. 5 From the application-level menu, choose the Edit menu, then the New Record menu item. 6 Make sure the Primary property contains a check mark. Note the caution provided at the beginning of this topic. 7 Add more workflow policy components, defining relations to the primary workflow policy component, as necessary. 8 In the Object Explorer, click Workflow Policy Component Col. 9 In the Workflow Policy Component Columns OBLE, add an object for each of the workflow policy components that you defined in Step 7 . Property Value Name (your choice) Source Table Name S_STG Source Column Name ROW_ID Target Component Name Opportunity Target Column Name CURR_STG_ID
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Defining a Custom Workflow Policy Customizing Workflow Policy Objects 364 Defining a Customized Workflow Policy Component This topic describes how to define a customized workflow policy component. To define a customized workflow policy component 1 In Siebel Tools, choose the Workflow Policy Object in the Object Explorer. 2 In the Workflow Policy Objects OBLE, query the Name property for Account. 3 In the Object Explorer, expand Workflow Policy Object, then choose Workflow Policy Component. 4 In the Workflow Policy Components OBLE, define a new record with a value in the Name property. 5 Enter a value in the Source Table Name property. 6 Enter a value in the Source Column Name property. The Source Column Name property establishes a relationship between the workflow policy component you are currently defining and the primary policy component. 7 Identify the set of columns for the workflow policy component you just defined that you must monitor: a In Siebel Tools, navigate to the Workflow Policy Column OBLE. b Identify the column in the predefined workflow policy columns with an activity assigned to it but that is not currently exposed in the OBLE for the Workflow Policy Component Column. Defining a Customized Workflow Policy Component Column This topic describes how to associate a column with a workflow policy component.
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