How the Search Specification Is Used with a Siebel Operation on page 77

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How the Search Specification Is Used with a Siebel Operation on page 77 Updating the Field of a Nonprimary Business Component on page 78 Updating a Field That Is Based on a Multi-Value Group on page 78 How the Calculated Field Is Used with a Siebel Operation Step on page 79 How the Siebel Operation Step Is Used to Traverse a Record Set on page 79 Updating a Process Property with a Siebel Operation Step on page 80 How the Object Id Process Property Is Used with the Siebel Operation Step on page 82 How the Upsert Operation Is Used with the Siebel Operation Step on page 82 Relations Between a Siebel Operation Step and the Siebel Object Hierarchy on page 83 Defining a Primary Business Component for a Business Object on page 83 Figure 16. Example Workflow for Which Pass By Reference with a Sub Process Step is Useful
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Steps and Connectors of a Workflow Process Types of Steps of a Workflow Process 76 Defining a Siebel Operation Step You can define a Siebel operation step for a business component that is associated with the business object defined for the workflow process. If you must update a business component that is not associated with the business object, then you can use Siebel Tools to start a subprocess or associate the business component to the business object. To define a Siebel operation step 1 Add a Siebel operation step to a workflow process. For more information, see “Adding a Step to a Workflow Process” on page 66 . 2 Make sure the step you added in Step 1 is still chosen in the Process Designer. 3 In the Operation property, choose the type of operation. For an update or insert to a field that contains a dependency, make sure the field is valid. For example, if a service request process and a workflow process updates the area and sub area fields, then you must make sure the values chosen for the subarea field are valid for that associated area. 4 For the Business Component property, choose the name of the business component on whose data the Siebel operation performs an operation. 5 (Optional) In the MVPW, define new input and output arguments. If an Insert or Upsert operation is performed, then make sure you add the required arguments in the MVPW. Make sure you define the name of the field to be updated in the Field Name field. In the Type field, choose an input argument type, then define other fields, depending on the type you define. For more information, see “Arguments of the Step of a Workflow Process” on page 49 . 6 (Optional) Define a search specification in the MVPW: a In the Type field, choose a search specification type, as described in the following table. b In the Search Specification field, enter a search specification.
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