|Oracle Workflow Developer's Guide|
Part Number B10284-02
The Wait for Concurrent Program activity is available only in the version of Oracle Workflow embedded in Oracle Applications. If you submit a concurrent program from your workflow process, you can use the Wait for Concurrent Program activity as a means of blocking the process from further execution until the concurrent program completes. When the concurrent program completes, this activity clears the block by updating the status of the activity and returning execution of the workflow process to the background engine. The concurrent program can complete with any of the following results, as defined by the Concurrent Program Status lookup type: NORMAL, ERROR, WARNING, CANCELLED, or TERMINATED. You should make sure all of these results are modelled into your process diagram.
Attention: To use the Wait for Concurrent Program activity, you must ensure that the background engine is set up to run.
The Wait for Concurrent Program activity calls the standard Oracle Application Object Library API FND_WF_STANDARD.WAITFORCONCPROGRAM.
The Wait for Concurrent Program activity has one activity attribute called Request ID, which should be set to the concurrent program request ID that you are waiting for to complete. See: To Define Activity Attribute Values.