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Configuring Commit Steps
A commit step is a step that explicitly commits the task data stored in temporary storage to the Siebel database. You can create exception branches from the commit step to handle errors resulting from the persistence of temporary data.
To define a Commit step
- Open the appropriate task in the Task Designer.
- From the Task Palette, drag a Commit step, and drop it on the Task Designer at the desired location.
- In the Properties window, enter or modify the step name, and then enter a description of the purpose of the commit step.
NOTE: If the Properties window is not showing, right-click the step, and choose View Properties from the pop-up menu.