View process definitions
Click Automation > Process Definition to view the list of saved process definitions. Use the drop-down menu to select the process definitions to display:
- All Process Definitions
- Running Process Instances
- Recently Completed Process Instances
You can also select the number of process definitions to display per page.
Each process definition entry contains the following information:
|Process Definition Attribute||Description|
|select checkbox||Select to copy or delete the process definition.|
|Process Name||Name assigned to the process definition.|
|process ID||Identifier assigned to the process definition. Click the copy icon to copy the process ID.|
|Event / Schedule|
|Created By||Name of the user who created the process definition.|
|Created Time||Time the process definition was created.|
|Last Updated By||Name of the user who last modified the process definition.|
|Last Updated Time||Time the process definition was last modified.|
|Enabled||Process definition enablement state:|
|Deploy||Process deployment button:|
|Deployment Time||Time process was last deployed.|
Edit process definitions
- In the Process Definition view, click the Process Name of the process definition you want to change.
- On the workflow canvas, make the process changes you want.
- Click Save to save your changes. Click Close to exit without saving changes.
After changing the process definition, you need to redeploy the process to run automation.
Copy process definitions
In the Process Definition view, select the process you want to copy.
Click the copy icon.
The dialog displays a copy of the selected process on the workflow canvas and provides a default name. You can change the name if you want to.
Continue editing the process definition, using the copied definition as a starting point. Click save to save the copy as a new process definition.
Delete process definitions
- In the Process Definition view, select the process you want to delete.
- Click the delete icon.
- At the prompt, click Yes to confirm and delete the process definition. Click No to continue without deleting the definition.