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A workflow policy component is a logical mapping of a database table. Figure 13 shows the Workflow Policy Component list view. Except for the primary workflow policy component, each workflow policy component defines a relationship to another workflow policy component. This relationship is defined by specifying a source policy column and a target policy column. The source and target columns on a workflow policy component identify foreign key relationships between the tables.
A primary workflow policy component is a workflow policy component that all other workflow policy components are directly or indirectly related to. From these workflow policy components, the workflow policy columns that are available for monitoring in the workflow policy can be defined.
To define a workflow policy object and its components, you should be familiar with the Siebel Data Model and Siebel Data Model Reference. Siebel Data Model Reference describes the tables and how the tables are related.
Table 51 describes all of the properties of a workflow policy component.
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