Designing and creating workflow processes
It is important to understand that a workflow process is a program. The programming language is implemented as the Siebel Tools workflow framework, which allows us to graphically define the flow of steps, the decision logic, and exception handling.
The main difference between Siebel Workflow and classic programming languages is that we do not need to write program code. In the late nineties, many graphical programming interfaces emerged and the term fourth generation language (4GL) was coined to commonly describe them.
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Siebel Tools does not allow us to write program code in the workflow process editor. When specialized behavior is needed, we must use existing business services or write our ...