Category Archives: Workflow Engine

Applying Workflow Engine APIs to Function Activities

Function activities are stored in PL/SQL procedures. There is a standard API format for all stored procedures called by function activities. When the Workflow Engine executes the function activity, the Workflow Engine passes four input variables and, if a result … Continue reading

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Overview of the Workflow Engine

You now know the function of the Workflow Engine in Oracle Workflow. In this section, you will learn more about how the Workflow Engine executes and enforces each item’s defined workflow process. You will also learn how to use Workflow … Continue reading

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Oracle Workflow Components

Oracle Workflow Components Oracle Workflow contains six major components: ·        Workflow Builder ·        Workflow Engine ·        Workflow Monitor ·        Workflow Definitions Loader ·        Workflow Directory Services ·        Notification System Workflow Builder Workflow Builder is the component that provides a graphical user … Continue reading

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