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Considering Business Objects and Business Services When Planning Workflow Processes

When planning a workflow process, please be aware of the following issues:

  • If your workflow process is associated with a business object, the business object should have a primary component defined in Siebel Tools. For more information, see Defining a Primary Business Component for a Business Object.
  • If your business requirements require specialized functions, you may want to create a custom business service for the specific task. Business services can be defined in Siebel Tools or in the Siebel client administration screens. See Integration Platform Technologies: Siebel eBusiness Application Integration Volume II for information about defining a business service with Siebel Tools.
  • If your workflow process involves a Siebel-defined business service or a custom business service, you must enable the business service in order to use it. See Enabling a Business Service for Workflow Processes.
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