the following creates a set of all active Entitlements for a particular Service (custom object types). Part of the solution is that new, customised policy objects are generated in response to certain changes made in the Portal. I worked with the fimwal in the past on a couple of MCS engagments, but hadnt yet had the opportunity to use the open-sourced. Mimwal on an engagment. PolicyGroup, this is a custom attribute I use to keep track of what functionality this policy object is associated with.
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The workflow creates a new notification workflow for a particular Service. This is a pretty complex pack of stuff, including schema, policy and. Rather than trying to stuff the xoml into this workflow I created a workflow called Service Template Notification and this new workflow is based. (I have a number of other Template workflows for other selectable policy types.). Setting, value, comment, activity Display Name, notification Workflow. The workflow itself is copied from a template workflow object, with a string replace used to change the Email Template name (other workflows copy the same template, with a different Email Template being inserted). Attribute Population DisplayName Entitlement Workflow: /Target/DisplayName Run Action when entitlement becomes Active Description Runs an action when a change is made to an Active entitlement, other than disabling.
Setting, value, comment, activity Display Name, set of Service Active Entitlements. Converting this solution to the mimwal has been a lot of fun, and really quite intuitive, with everything I wanted to do covered and in some cases simplified compared to what I had before.