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How To Simulate A Workflow Process Based On New Custom Business Object In Developer Workspace? (Doc ID 2740371.1)

Last updated on JULY 12, 2021

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 17.0 [IP2017] to 21.2 [Release V17]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How to test or simulate a Workflow Process that is using a new Business Object created in the Development Workspace along with the Workflow Process?

Steps to reproduce:

1- Open Siebel Tools

2- Create a dev_sadmin_wf_simulator

3- Create a simple Workflow Process with a Start > Query Service Request > End - This WF uses the out of the box "Service Request" Business Object

4- Configure the "DEBUG" section for the WF Simulator
-- Go to View > Options > Debug
-- Set the following:

Run-Time Startup Information:
Executable: C:\Siebel\Client\BIN\siebel.exe
CFG File: C:\Siebel\Client\BIN\enu\uagent.cfg
Browser: C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe
Working directory: C:\Siebel\Client\TEMP
Arguments: /h

Login information:
User name: SADMIN
Password: <Passwd>
Data source: ServerDataSrc

5- Make sure dev_sadmin_wf_simulator, is currently open, select the Workflow and right-click

6- Select "Simulate Workflow Process"

7- Simulation starts by opening a Siebel Client using the CFG file entry below:

Name = MAIN
Version = Latest

8- Simulation succeeds.

9- Now, clone the Service Request BO and name it "SN Service Request"

10- Go back to the Workflow and change the BO to  "SN Service Request"

11- Simulate it. the following error occurs:

Document 2640735.1: "Getting Error "Invalid search specification" When Set Default Workspace To a Development Workspace" confirms that only MAIN/ Integration Workspaces can be used in cfg file to launch the Siebel Client.


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