View a process definition
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 a process definition
- 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 a process definition
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 a process definition
- 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.