Event: Refers to the transactions of objects that undergo in the process (eg,
How to Prepare Process Design?
To model Netigma workflows applications, a "Process Manager" is used.
Work processes are done in a user-friendly interface very easily by drag and drop objects.
With Netigma abilities status of the objects can be monitored, process, productivity, and workflow reports are printed.
Before defining process design, some terms should be defined:State: Refers to the stage of any object at any given moment in the process. (Eg. documents are expected to be completed)
Netigma can add "Process Management" support to its executives.
In addition to the need for simple data entry, it is possible to operate a business logic.
For example, when a new application is submitted, an e-mail will be sent to the applicant.
Such definitions are made with the visual interface based on the "State Machine" technique in the "Process Manager".
Netigma can be integrated into these process definitions.
In a user-friendly interface, you can define your business processes with the ease of dragging and dropping objects. Netigma, you can monitor the progress of your objects with their talents, you can get reports such as productivity, workload. This page contains detailed information on how to design the process, Netigma-process integration and process concepts.
Let's explain some of the terms used in terminology before moving on to the Process Manager example.
Process Manager allows to use simple formulas in order to define transition between states or combination
- Status: Specifies the stage in which an object in the process is located (eg, expected completion of the documents).
- Event: Describes the actions that objects can take in the process (eg approved by the administrator).
- LinkConnection: Definition of the relationship between process conditions states and events (eg . with the object X, the event switches goes from state X to state B from through state A).
- Role: Expresses users authorization. Associates roles with process status in order to define which cases of the process can be seen by which users / traders
- Represents user authority. Process statuses are associated with the role to determine which users can view / process which records.
The Process Manager allows you to use simple events for inter-state transitions or formulas that define the components of these events.
Herein a A simple process description will be defined. Using made in this document. By using these functions it is possible to define much more complicated processes.
See the Process Concepts page for more information.