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Seeded Workflow Processes

Many applications include seeded workflow processes for product functionality. By default, these seeded workflow processes are in a Completed state with a version number of 0. If you want to customize these seeded workflow processes, you need to revise them in Siebel Tools. After revising a seeded workflow, its version changes from 0 to 1. You then modify this version to suit your business needs, deploy it, and activate it. Activating a workflow process creates the appropriate run-time events defined within the process.

For information on activating workflow processes, see Activating Workflow Processes and To deploy a workflow process.

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