Best Practices
  • 16 Jun 2022
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Best Practices

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Best Practices

A business process can be designed in a multitude of ways when using a Flow. Over time, certain design patterns and tools are recommended by senior Decisions Developers as best practices. When developing Flows, these tools and methods provide ways to maintain and optimize a process.

Below is a glossary of best practices and tools developers can implement in their Flows:

ArticleDescription
Recording Statistics From a FlowProvides the user feedback on the execution details of a Flow, such as how long and who ran the Flow. 
Saving Flow Step Configuration as a Template Provides a way for users to save and reuse sections of a Flow as a Template. 
Using Swim LanesSwim lanes provide ways to organize and visualize sections of a Flow. 
Refactoring In-Flight FlowsContains common questions and answers in regards to designing a Flow. 
Exception Handling Best PracticesProvides best practices for handling exceptions generated in a Flow.

For further information on Flows, visit the Decisions Forum.



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