Navigating to Process Mining
  • 19 Apr 2022
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Navigating to Process Mining

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Process Mining is only available on Decisions hosted servers.
To install Process Mining, contact support@decisions.com

Overview 

After installation, users granted Process Mining permissions may navigate to the Process Mining instance by:

Upon clicking this navigational URL, an API call connects the Decisions instance user to the Process Mining instance. Users may log in using the same credentials as if logging into the Studio.


Configuring Process Mining Settings 

  1. Select the gear icon on the left sidebar and navigate to Settings > Process Mining Settings.
  2. In the Edit Process Mining Settings window, set Enable Process Mining to True then enter the Process Mining's URL in its respective setting. Configure which account group(s) may access Process Mining here as well. By default, this is just admins.
    Multiple VMs and Process Mining Access
    Only one Decisions instance can connect to the Process Mining URL. Each VM requires a unique Process Mining URL.


  1. Log in to an account group given process mining permissions in the Process Mining Settings steps if not already logged in.
  2. Select the four squares icon to open the Workflow tab from the left sidebar. Select the new Process Mining Workflow then select Navigate To Process Mining. 

  3. Process Mining will then open in a separate browser tab.
    Multiple Process Mining Tabs
    Opening multiple tabs will automatically log out the user in the older tabs regardless of browser type or if using Chrome's Incognito mode.


  1. Login to an account group given Process Mining permission in the Process Mining Settings steps if not already logged in.
  2. Create or edit an existing Process Mining supporting Data Structure and set the Enable Process Mining to True. This example sets a Flow Execution Extension to allow Process Mining.
  3. Right-click on the Data Structure and select the Navigate to Process Mining action. Process Mining will then open in a new browser tab.


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