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About Invoking a Workflow Process

A workflow process can be invoked in the following ways:

You can use these methods to test workflow processes in your test environment before migrating them to the production environment. When testing, being able to invoke from a workflow policy is important because it tests invoking a workflow process on the server. You can also use these methods to invoke processes in your production environment.

In For Developers: Testing Workflow Processes invoking a process from the Process Simulator view is described. Overview: Siebel eBusiness Application Integration Volume I and Siebel eMail Response Administration Guide discuss invoking a process from a server component. The other invocation methods are explained in this chapter.

NOTE:  Starting with Siebel 7.0, Business Integration Manager and Business Integration Batch Manager have been deprecated, so if you were using either one in your business processes you need to replace them with Workflow Process Manager or Workflow Process Batch Manager respectively.

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