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Understanding the Workflow Policy Object List View

Table 67 describes the properties for a workflow policy object.

Table 67. Workflow Policy Object Properties Fields
The name of the workflow policy object.
A descriptive name that is:
  • Consistent with your overall naming strategy.
  • Meaningful to the policy maker.
The identifier for whether the record has been added or edited.
A check mark indicates the record has been added or edited.
Indicates if the object is active or inactive.
A check mark indicates this field is inactive and will not be compiled or accessible.
If object is inactive, the object is not compiled when you compile your .srf and is not accessible by any other object or policy.
Comments relating to the workflow policy object.
Descriptive text.
The project name.
Defined in the project picklist.

 Siebel Business Process Designer Administration Guide 
 Published: 29 May 2003