Process diagrams

Process diagrams are visual representations of the business process that is being automated. Process diagrams are created at design time to represent the order in which the activities in a process are executed. Process diagrams also indicate where decisions need to be made to determine the next activity to perform when several possibilities are available.

A process diagram with serveral operations joined by routes.

Process diagrams are displayed in the editor that is included in the Process Design perspective. You can add the following types of elements to process diagrams:

The steps on the process that represent the execution of service operations.

The arrows that join operations and denote the order of execution.

Rows that provide a visual organization of operations.

The notification or reaction to the occurrence of an event.

Parallel branches that enable operations to execute simultaneously.

Abstract activities:
Placeholder steps that represent undefined service operations.

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