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Using the Workflow Policy Program Argument List View
Workflow policy program arguments define recipients, database actions, and available substitutions. Each workflow policy program typically has several program arguments. The argument fields that display in this view depend on the type of workflow policy program you select. A workflow policy program argument is a child process of a workflow policy program.
Table 73 shows the Workflow Policy Program Argument properties values.
Table 73. Workflow Policy Program Argument Common Properties Property Required Description Applet Optional Picklist applet. Default Value Optional Text value of a type that depends on the Name of the program argument—an SQL statement, the text of a message, the email address of a recipient, and so on.Maximum length is 2000 characters. Name Required Identifies the parameter from a predefined list. Picklist Optional Picklist object. Required Boolean Value is TRUE or FALSE. Indicates whether or not data entry is required. Source Field Optional Picklist Source field. Visible Boolean Value is TRUE or FALSE. Indicates whether the data supplied by this argument is displayed. Inactive Checked if program is not active.
When setting a Default Value for time/date fields, the following formats should be used:
- Date Column format: 2001-03-16
- Time Column format: 19:26:26
- Date Time Column format: 2001-04-05 21:25:00
Common Workflow Policy Program Argument Values
You can add functionality to workflow policy program arguments by creating a new workflow policy program argument record. Workflow policy program arguments determine how the workflow policy program behaves, including what substitutions are available for a workflow policy program and how the recipients are defined. Valid values for workflow policy program arguments common to all workflow policy programs are shown in Table 74.
Table 74. Valid Database Operations Workflow Policy Program Argument Values Name Description Allowable Default Value Primary ID The row ID of the violating row that the Workflow policy program is acting on. Should be empty. Primary Table The base table to which the action is applied. The base table can be unrelated to the record of the primary ID. Examples include: The violating row is in a child table and we now wish to insert/update a record in the parent table. Tables can also be updated that are not related to the primary ID table. For example, create a Message Broadcast record when a certain monitored condition in the Opportunity record is true. Any of the tables defined within the Siebel business object repository (as compared to the workflow business object). Workflow business objects are used for monitoring conditions but are not used in the coding of action programs. Update Row ID The row ID of a table other than the primary table of the workflow policy object. You can associate a workflow policy action with a workflow policy that updates any table.This value is used only when the Operation Type is set to update. The row ID you want to update. Operation Type What operation to perform—update or insert. Two possible values for DB Operation: Update or Insert. Field Name Name of the column in the base table to which the operation is performed.This is one of two field column pairs. Allowable values: Text, Variable, Function. New Row ID For insert operations, this argument is automatically populated with the row ID of the row about to be inserted. Should be empty. Field Name (Column) Name must be identical to the Field Name of the first column pair and (Column) appended to the name.
This is the second of two Column Pairs.
Actual field name in the base table.The value can not contain any leading spaces. Sql Statement Selects additional data from the database to be used as substitutions when the action is performed. Valid SQL query statement for the RDBMS used (that is, Oracle, MS SQL, Informix, or Sybase). Sql Statement Inputs Name of the column in the base table on which the operation will be performed. Sql Statement Outputs A placeholder for the values selected in the SQL Statement argument. Variable Name.
When you run a database operation with Insert as the Operation Type, you can select a Default Value—New Row ID—as described previously, which provides the value for the ROW_Id field for the row being inserted.
Send Message Program Arguments
Table 75 describes program arguments specific to the Send Message program.
Table 75. Send Message Program Argument Properties Name Description Value Email Message Body of the email message. Any text with available substitutions. Email Message Repeated Text that is repeated when the Consolidate feature is used. Any text with available substitutions. Email Subject Text in subject line of the email message. Any text. Send to Contact All contacts available in Siebel. Send to Position List of the positions available in Siebel. Send to Employee List of all employees available in Siebel.
Send Page Program Arguments
Table 76 describes the Program Arguments particular to the Send Page program.
Table 76. Send Page Program Argument Properties Name Description Value Send to Contact All contacts available in Siebel. Picklist of contacts. Send to Employee List of all employees available in Siebel. Picklist of employees. Send to Position List of the positions available in Siebel. Picklist of positions. Send to Relative Send to an individual or group of individuals related to the Workflow object. Alpha Numeric Page Message Body of the text message. Any text with available substitutions. Numeric Page Message Body of the numeric message. Any text with available substitutions.
Run External Program Arguments
Table 77 describes the Program Arguments particular to the Run External Program program.
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Siebel Business Process Designer Administration Guide for Financial Services
Published: 22 May 2003