To determine error handling 1 Determine what if any error handling is necessary

To determine error handling 1 determine what if any

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To determine error handling 1 Determine what, if any, error handling is necessary to meet the business requirements. 2 Identify the error handling action that is required to meet the business requirements. Examining Seed Workflow Processes This task is a step in “Process of Planning a Workflow Process” on page 104 . A seed workflow process is a workflow process that comes predefined with the product. Before building a new workflow, you can determine whether a seed workflow already exists that meets your business requirements.
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Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide Version 8.1, Rev A Developing a Workflow Process Process of Planning a Workflow Process 112 To examine seed workflow processes 1 In Siebel Tools, click Workflow Process in the Object Explorer. 2 Scroll through the Workflow Processes OBLE, scanning the Process Name property for a potential candidate. Seed workflow processes include workflows that appear in the Workflow Processes OBLE immediately after Tools is installed but prior to new workflow processes being defined. 3 Use the Process Designer in Siebel Tools to further examine potential candidates that you identify in Step 2 . To determine whether or not it is appropriate to use a copy of the seed workflow process, consider the level of modification that is necessary to meet the business requirements. 4 If you identify a candidate workflow process, then make a copy of it and modify the copy. Because seed workflow processes are used to execute some of the base functionality of the Siebel application, they must not be edited. Instead, create a copy of the seed workflow, then edit the copy. For more information, see “Copying a Workflow Process” on page 118 . Determining Requirements for Managing the Development of Objects This task is a step in “Process of Planning a Workflow Process” on page 104 . When planning a workflow process, you can determine requirements for managing the development of objects, such as whether there are special requirements for merging, archiving, and importing data maps, or copying message tables. If a team of developers is involved in the development environment, then you can consider how project check in and check out can be used. To determine requirements for managing the development of objects 1 Consider the number of developers that are involved in the project and the requirements of their development environments. 2 Choose a mechanism for managing objects. For more information, see “Object Management in Siebel Tools” on page 112 . Object Management in Siebel Tools When you develop a workflow process in Siebel Tools, you work on a local database where Siebel Workflow is a repository object, and where a workflow belongs to a project. Though compiling a Siebel Repository File is a standard practice for other repository objects, a workflow process uses a different deployment mechanism. You do not compile an SRF after you develop a workflow. For more information, see “Process of Deploying a Workflow Process” on page 211 .
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