Starting with Flows


Creating Your First Form in a Flow

A form displays controls that allow a user to perform an action, such as enter data, display a report or folder, or manage entities. You can create a flow that, when run, opens a form. Create a new flow...

Creating Your First Flow

A Flow is a diagram of interconnected components that sequentially execute steps to accomplish a task. Almost all steps result in an outcome, such as true or false, and most output some type of data.

Flow Designer Overview

Flow Designer Wizard is created to ease a flow creation process. This Designer starts up every time we create a new flow. We start this overview from clicking Create Flow in the Designer Folder...

About Flow Settings

This document overviews Flow Settings in Flow Designer. Note: to learn how to build your first Flow, please click here. In the Flow Designer we locate and expand Settings on the Properties panel. We...

About Flows

https://youtu.be/zMqJkZ1IeKs Overview In Decisions,  A Flow is the visual representation of the entire process that you are building. It is the end result of a process or an approval chain created...

Undelete an Entity

Overview This tutorial demonstrated how to Undelete when an Entity has been deleted. The video below shows a quick example of how this task is carried out. This is the same process for any deleted item...

About Simple Workflows

Overview A Simple Workflow is a constrained workflow designer that puts steps in a sequence for the purpose of an individual who has little to no workflow experience. The Simple Workflow gives the user...

Ways to Start a Flow

There are a number of ways to start a flow, these include: Workflow Catalog: https://documentation.decisions.com/adding-service-catalog-category/ Scheduling: https://documentation.decisions.com/running-a-flow-on-a-schedule/ API:  https://documentation.decisions.com/working-task-flow-flow-b/ Message...

Using the Mapping Editor

Overview: Each step in the application's flow accepts input data and returns output data. The output data can be used by other steps with in the flow. For some steps, input data can be provided from...

Introduction to Flow Data

Flow Data is the information that is being managed or accessed by a Flow. Flow data is generated by every step and that data can be accessed downstream from the Flow. Steps generate data in a Flow, but...