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You cannot reach the end step by clicking Next after the Opportunity Activity Plan view displays in the Siebel client. Because you defined a decision condition on the branch, you must satisfy the condition in order to allow the logic of the workflow to proceed to the end step. 2 Acknowledge the message that displays at the end of the workflow process. When the last step is reached, the Siebel client displays a message reporting Simulation terminated! Please check the Watch window for details. 3 Enter Alt+Tab to return to Siebel Tools, then click Next to finish the end step. 4 In the Watch window, view the Simulator Status field. If Simulation ended successfully displays, then the workflow process ended without error. Next, you define how the workflow process is started. Defining How the Workflow Process is Started Now that you built and simulated a workflow process, you must decide where and how it is started from the user interface. For this example, you add a button to the Opportunity list to start the workflow. For more information, see “Starting a Workflow Process” on page 143 . To how the workflow process is started 1 In Siebel Tools, in the Object Explorer, click Applet.
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Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process That Attaches an Activity Plan to an Opportunity Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A 285 2 In the Applets OBLE, query the Name property for Opportunity List Applet. 3 Right-click, then choose Edit Web Layout. 4 In the Controls/Columns window, set the Mode to 3: Edit List. By default, Mode is set to 1: Base . You must set it to 3: Edit List . If the Controls/Columns window is not visible, then, from the application-level menu, choose the View menu, Windows, then the Controls Window menu item. 5 Drag a Button control from the palette to the layout, then set the properties for the control using values from the following table. The value displayed in the table does not appear in the MethodInvoked picklist. You must manually enter the value for MethodInvoked. Methods that use the naming format EventMethod[a string value] do not require an applet or script on a business component to allow the event. If you do not use this special naming convention, then you must write a WebApplet_PreCanInvokeMethod script to allow the event. 6 Preview the applet. Make sure the new Create Plan button displays as illustrated in the following figure: 7 Save the applet changes. 8 Compile your changes to the SRF in your Siebel client directory. Next, define the workflow process that is started when the run-time event is detected. To define the workflow process that is started when the run-time event is detected 1 In the Object Explorer, click Workflow Process. Property Value Caption-String Override Create Plans HTML Type MiniButton MethodInvoked EventMethodCreateActivityPlan
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Examples of Defining a Workflow Process Example of Defining a Workflow Process
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