Process Properties

Configures your process properties.

Figure: Properties (AgilePoint Diagram) screen

Properties screen

Video: Process Designer Overview

Video: Process Builder Interface

Good to Know

How to Start

  1. Do one of these:
  2. On the App Explorer screen, do one of these:
  3. Click Properties Properties icon > Agile Properties Agile Properties icon.

Fields

Field Name Definition

Properties

Function:
Specifies which process properties to show.
Accepted Values:
  • All - Shows all the process properties.
  • Common - Shows the frequently used process properties.
  • Configured - Shows the process properties that are configured for the process.
  • Required - Shows the process properties that are mandatory.
Default Value:
All
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Name

Function:
Shows the name of your process model.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Default Value:
The name of your process.
Example:
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Process Triggered By

Function:
Shows the type of event that causes the process to start.
Accepted Values:
Read only.

Description

Function:
Specifies a description for the process.
Accepted Values:
One line of text that can have spaces.
Default Value:
None
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App Name

Function:
Shows the name of your app.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
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Owner

Function:
Shows the process owner.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Example:
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Associated Data Source

Opens this Screen:
Associated Data Source screen
Function of this Screen:
Specifies the data sources to use with a process.
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Primary Data Source

Function:
Shows a primary data source for your process.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Example:
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Previous Version

Function:
Shows a previous version of the process template.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
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Version

Function:
Shows the current version of the process model. When you publish the process, the version changes.
Accepted Values:
Read only.
Example:
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Document Reference

Function:
Specifies the URL of a document. This is typically used for internal documentation for a process designer.
Accepted Values:
A URL.
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Expected Time

Opens this Screen:
Process Configuration
Function of this Screen:
Configures basic settings for a process.
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Maximum Sessions Allowed

Opens this Screen:
Configure Maximum Session Allowed for Activity screen
Function of this Screen:
Configures the maximum number of sessions for an activity in a process instance. If an activity runs more times than the maximum sessions, the process is Suspended.
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Audit Level

Function:
Specifies the amount of process related data that is logged for a process. This property can be set at either the process level or at the individual activity level. This property allows you to control the level of granularity in terms of the amount of process related data that is recorded in the log.
Accepted Values:
  • High - This value indicates that AgilePoint will record all data about the activity or process to the database.
  • Low - This value indicates that AgilePoint will only allow a certain amount of data to be recorded to the database. This option provides a level of control over the granularity of AgilePoint process-related data that is stored in the AgilePoint workflow database, giving some flexibility in the audit trail records by filtering out unnecessary data.
Default Value:
High
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On Complete

Function:
Specifies what happens to the child process once the parent process completes.
Accepted Values:
  • LeaveChildProcessRunning - This value indicates that the child process will continue to run after the parent process completes.
  • CancelChildProcesses - This value indicates that child processes will be canceled once the parent process completes.
  • InheritParentProcess - This value indicates that child processes will inherit the OnComplete properties of the parent process.
Default Value:
LeaveChildProcessRunning
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