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Difference between Actions & Workflow in "Actions profile"

Hi Experts,

Please explain the difference between Actions & Workflow?

In actions there is a step call "SET Processing" in the wizard.

For the particular field "SET Processing" how will will assign the *Workflow Template*.

Please do explain.

Thanks in advance

Prajith P

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  • Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 06:07 AM

    Workflow is a sort of process flow. The workflow can be triggered with it's own functionality (workflow start conditions) or you can create workflow and then trigger workflow by using actions. In this case you set triggers for actions and not for workflow. And within action you define that when action is triggered it calls workflow.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 07:06 AM

    Hi Robert,

    Thanks for the answers.

    Please explain my below doubts

    In actions there is a step call "SET Processing" in the wizard(while customizing)

    For the particular field "SET Processing" how will will assign the *Workflow Template*.( Were should i take the template)

    Thanks in advance

    Prajith P

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