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Siebel Workflow Interview Question – Part I

Best collection of Siebel Workflow Interview Question. Intended Audience are Junior siebel consultant. Others please ignore.
 

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            Roopa answered:

 End– Simply means the end of the workflow which says its completed and it doesnot require arguments. End step is compulsory for all workflows.

 Stop– is used to raise an error which will terminate the workflow process ends with an error.

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    • Can we create New "Worflow Policy Actions" , if so, how?

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    • How can we configure new Workflow Policy Object?

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    • How Workflows are implemented in Database (Actualflow of workflow Policy & Process, candidate should know S_ESCL_REQ,S_ESCL_STATE etc. tables)? 

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    4 comments on “Siebel Workflow Interview Question – Part I”

    1. Roopa Reply

      End– Simply means the end of the workflow which says its completed and it doesnt require arguments, end step is compulsory for all workflows.
      Stop– is used to raise an error which will terminate the workflow process ends with an error.

    2. swarna Reply

      Asynchronous: The request will be posted to wpm and user gets the control back. The request will be queued up at wpm and gets executed/completed later on.
      Synchronous: the request will be processed and completed , only the the user gets the control back

    3. Pradipta Sarkar Reply

      Synchronous workflow is executed in user session and user has to wait till workflow is executed. Workflow is executed synchronously usually through button click or record operations like set field value or write record, where user need to know the outcome of the workflow.

      Asynchronous workflow requests are executed by server in background and does not requires user to wait for the outcome. These type of workflows are usually interface workflows.

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