Siebel Business Process Framework: Workflow Guide > Reference Materials for Siebel Workflow > Predefined Business Services >. About the Server Requests Business Service. This topic describes the predefined Server Requests business services. It includes the following topics: Using Synchronous and Asynchronous …

It is recommended that you use the Server Requests business service in most situations rather than the Workflow Process Manager (Server Request) business service. It is more efficient to make an asynchronous call to a workflow process. If Siebel CRM makes a synchronous call to a workflow process, then this workflow …

You can run a server component task using either the Asynchronous Server Requests or the Synchronous Server Requests business service. For a list of some of the more commonly used predefined business services, see Predefined Business Services. You can also define your own custom business services using Siebel …

Jul 30, 2009 – That is the place when Asychronous processes come into the picture and the solution that Siebel provides for these kind of scenarios is to give a call to "Asynchronous Server Requests" business service. There are only two ways (that I know my past experience, please add if anyone know more) by which …

Jul 24, 2014 – Once registered you can change your Siebel Hub password and manage it independently of LinkedIn or Vkontakte. We recommend you keep different passwords for all your sites. To register, click the Log in link in the menu at the top of your page. Thanks, the Siebel Hub. Tags: business service, Open UI, …

Apr 16, 2009 – 4, 2 way to execute a workflow asynchronously . 1.Workflow Policy 2. Runtime Event Business Service (BS) Combination. 5, WorkFlow can be invoked • Run Process on the Server Administration – Server Management > Jobs • Run process using business service Workflow Process Manager (Server …

Dec 16, 2010 – These functions were defined in a business service that was instantiated on Application Start method. Everything worked fine when these functions were invoked through object manager as part of user session but if I tried to use these functions in business services that were invoked in Asynchronous …