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Importing Processes

To avoid redundancy and make complex Business Process Configurations easier to maintain it is possible to import processes from other configurations.

In order to be able to import a process create a root node first. You cannot import processes into the root level.

Subprocesses Only

Importing a Process

Once the related configuration form is open, choose Existing Process and wait for the form to refresh.

Existing Process

Choose Configuration

You can now choose the configuration to import processes from. Or simply hit Next to just utilize a process from the current configuration.

Choose Configuration

Select Processes

Now select the processes you want to import and submit the form.

Select Processes

Import Successful

You are now looking at the result. The process has been imported. Do not forget to save your changes!

Import Successful

Navigation with Imported Processes

Seamless Breadcrumbs

You may have already noticed that the breadcrumbs integrate the hierarchy of the imported process. Once you navigate further the actions below the breadcrumbs change and don't permit to unlock editing.

Seamless Breadcrumbs

To change imported processes you need to open them in their original configuration first. To do so click on the arrow to the right which is displayed in a tile's action urls in the upper left. While in tree view these can be found at the very right of an process' row.

Jump To Original

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