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Understanding the Workflow Policy Column List View

Table 66 describes the fields in the Workflow Policy Columns List view.

Table 66. Workflow Policy Columns Applet Fields
The name of the workflow policy column. This is the default name that appears in the Conditions applet on the Workflow Policies Policies view.
A descriptive name that is
  • Consistent with your overall naming strategy.
  • Meaningful to the policy maker.
  • Descriptive of how the column is used.
The identifier for whether the record was added or edited.
A check mark or a blank value.
The project the workflow policy column belongs to. The project must be locked by you before you can modify the column.
A project from the picklist of projects you currently have checked out.
The name of the Siebel database table that contains the column.
A table name from the picklist of all Siebel database tables.
The name of the column in the Siebel table.
A database column on the database table specified in Table Name.
This is the picklist that is used when selecting a comparison value for the column in the Workflow Policies Policies view.
A picklist defined in the repository. The column selected would have a corresponding Business Component field. If the corresponding Business Component field has a picklist defined, the picklist should be entered here. For more information on picklists, see Siebel Tools Reference.
The field in the business component of the picklist that is the source of the comparison value.
A Business Component field name from the picklist specified in the Picklist field.
Pick applet used to display the picklist in the Workflow Policies view.
An applet chosen from the picklist. Only Pick applets should be selected.
Determines if this column is active or inactive. If column is inactive, the column is not compiled when you compile your .srf and is not accessible by any object.
A check mark indicates this is inactive and is not compiled or accessible.
Comments describing the purpose or use of column.
Any text.

 Siebel Business Process Designer Administration Guide 
 Published: 29 May 2003