Oracle Workflow – Tables Description and usage


WF_ITEM_TYPES
The WF_ITEM_TYPES table defines an item that is transitioning through a workflow process. NAME (PK), PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL, PERSISTENCE_TYPE

WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES
The WF_ITEM_ATTRIBUTES table stores definitions of attributes associated with a process. Each row includes the sequence in which the attribute is used as well as the format of the attribute data. ITEM_TYPE (PK), NAME (PK), SEQUENCE, TYPE, PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL

WF_ACTIVITIES
WF_ACTIVITIES table stores the definition of an activity. Activities can be processes, notifications, functions or folders.ITEM_TYPE (PK), NAME (PK), VERSION(PK), TYPE, RERUN, EXPAND_ROLE, PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL, BEGIN_DATE, RROR_ITEM_TYPE, RUNNABLE_FLAG

WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES
The WF_ACTIVITY_ATTRIBUTES table defines attributes which behave as parameters for an activity. Activity attributes are only used by function activities.Examples of valid attribute types are DATE, DOCUMENT, FORM, ITEMATTR, LOOKUP, and VARCHAR2.
ACTIVITY_ITEM_TYPE (PK), ACTIVITY_NAME (PK), ACTIVITY_VERSION (PK), NAME (PK), SEQUENCE, TYPE, VALUE_TYPE, PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL

WF_MESSAGES
WF_MESSAGES contains the definitions of messages which may be sent out as notifications. TYPE (PK), NAME (PK), PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL

WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES
WF_MESSAGE_ATTRIBUTES contains message attribute definitions.

WF_NOTIFICATIONS
WF_NOTIFICATIONS holds the runtime information about a specific instance of a sent message. A new row is created in the table each time a message is sent.

WF_NOTIFICATION_ATTRIBUTES
WF_NOTIFICATION_ATTRIBUTES holds rows created for attributes of a notification. When each new notification is created, a notification attribute row is created for each message attribute in the message definition. Initially, the values of the notification attributes are set to the default values specified in the message attribute definition.

WF_ITEMS
WF_ITEMS is the runtime table for workflow processes. Each row defines one work item within the system. ITEM_TYPE (PK), ITEM_KEY (PK), ROOT_ACTIVITY, ROOT_ACTIVITY_VERSION, BEGIN_DATE

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES
The WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES TABLE is the runtime table for a work item. Each row includes the start and end date, result code, and any error information an activity generates. ITEM_TYPE (PK), ITEM_KEY (PK), PROCESS_ACTIVITY (PK)

WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_H
The WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES_H table stores the history of the WF_ITEM_ACTIVITY_STATUSES table. ITEM_TYPE, ITEM_KEY, PROCESS_ACTIVITY

WF_PROCESS_ACTIVITIES
WF_PROCESS_ACTIVITIES stores the data for an activity within a specific process. PROCESS_ITEM_TYPE, PROCESS_NAME, PROCESS_VERSION, ACTIVITY_ITEM_TYPE, ACTIVITY_NAME, INSTANCE_ID (PK), INSTANCE_LABEL, PERFORM_ROLE_TYPE, PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL

WF_ACTIVITY_TRANSITIONS
The WF_ACTIVITY_TRANSITIONS table defines the transitions from one activity to another in a process. Each row includes the activities at the beginning and end of the transition, as well as the result code and physical location of the transition in the process window. FROM_PROCESS_ACTIVITY (PK), RESULT_CODE (PK), TO_PROCESS_ACTIVITY (PK), PROTECT_LEVEL,CUSTOM_LEVEL

WF_ACTIVITY_ATTR_VALUES
The WF_ACTIVITY_ATTR_VALUES table contains the data for the activity attributes. Each row includes the process activity id and the associated value for the attribute. PROCESS_ACTIVITY_ID (PK), NAME (PK), VALUE_TYPE, PROTECT_LEVEL, CUSTOM_LEVEL

4 thoughts on “Oracle Workflow – Tables Description and usage

  1. hi there
    I am looking for the Payables Open Interface Workflow template so I can do some customisation. Where can I find this template.
    thanks for your help

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  2. Shiv,

    Are those columns you mentioned as PK, actually defined as PK on those tables? At least they are not on the version that I am using.

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