Managing Your Flows


Flow Step Browser Overview

The Flow Step Browser is an Administrative Tool in Decisions. The Flow Step Browser conveniently displays a list of all long-running flows stored in Decisions. Each flow can be selected and the steps...

Running a Flow using an Alias

It is possible to run a flow, either as a service or by showing forms and Decisions user interface in a web browser, just by accessing its URL. This URL can be used to allow execution of the workflow from...

Reusable Pieces

Sub Flows In Decisions any item, Flow, Rule or Form can be reused in different projects as many times as needed. An entire Flow can be reused in another Flow by using a sub flow. Simply add the flow...

Running a Flow from a URL

It is possible to run a flow, either as a service or by showing forms and Decisions user interface in a web browser, just by accessing its URL. This URL can be used to allow execution of the workflow from...

Adding Forms, Flows, and Reports to a Designer Folder

Every Designer folder contains buttons that allow you to create entities in that folder, such as forms, flows, or reports. To add an entity to a Designer Folder, navigate to its folder, click the respective...

Running a Flow On a Schedule

Some flows should capture or transform data on a regular basis. Your application may require that flows run on an hourly, daily, weekly or monthly schedule. The Job Schedule dialog steps you through the...

Using Annotation Components

Annotation components are only used to identify and label parts of the flow. They are only visible in the workspace. Annotation should be used to add design notes, to list components and paths yet...