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Using Runtime Events

Runtime events allow the Siebel application to respond in real time to user actions. Runtime events can be specified in the Start, Wait, or User Interact steps in the Next Steps applet to start or resume a workflow process. There are four columns in the Next Steps applet that are used to define a runtime event:

NOTE:  When defining runtime events within a workflow process, a runtime event should not be repeated. You cannot use the same event more than once within a workflow process.

The following events are not supported with the user interact step:

Workflow policies should be used if it is necessary to detect database events. You should use workflow policies instead of events for defining integrations that occur on data change or write.

For more information on runtime events, see Personalization Administration Guide.

 Siebel Business Process Designer Administration Guide 
 Published: 29 May 2003