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Quiz, Workflows »

[6 Oct 2009 | 8 Comments | ]

This quiz talks about workflow topics and provides a bit of explanation to the answers. Please post your valuable feedback and suggestion over this initiative in below comments section.

Workflow
Workflow Policy
Workflow Monitor Agent
Triggers
Business Services

So, what’s you are waiting for, get started to refresh your Workflow knowledge base.

[QUIZZIN 2]

Workflows »

[10 Jul 2009 | 6 Comments | ]

This is for Workflow Policy which has a duration specified -
1. When the workflow policy conditions are violated, a new row gets inserted into S_ESCL_REQ table.
2. Now, if DURATION is specified in Workflow Policy, the Workflow Monitor Agent inserts a new record into the S_ESCL_STATE table and removes the row from S_ESCL_REQ table.
3. Depending on the Sleep Time parameter, Workflow Monitor Agent wakes up and verifies the S_ESCL_STATE table to check whether the row had reached its expiration time in the END_TM column.
4. When the record completes its duration, Workflow …

Workflows »

[10 Jul 2009 | One Comment | ]

Below is a detailed answer to certain questions like –
– What happens when your workflow policy fires,
– how a record get inserted into S_ESCL_REQ ,
– how monitor agent processes the record ??????

Workflow Policy not having a duration specified -
1. When the workflow policy columns are violated, a new row gets inserted into S_ESCL_REQ table by database Triggers.
2. Workflow monitor agent verifies the record in S_ESCL_REQ table and compares if the violated record and matches the Policy Condition.
3. If the conditions are not met, then …

EAI, Integration Objects, Workflows »

[28 May 2009 | Comments Off | ]

EAI Queuing is one of the Siebel integration tool to capture the SiebelMessage in a Integration Workflow in case the Workflow Errors out.
Post your comments in case you find any difficulty in getting it.

Workflows »

[6 May 2009 | One Comment | ]

The two monitor agents will separately pick the same records and take the same action as specified in the Policy, two times.
So, suppose your Policy runs a workflow which sends a email using , then you will see two emails coming when the policy is fired for one record.