Process Home (Work with Processes)
1) Process List
This lists all Processes that exist in the Application. The list can be filtered with the lookup textbox and “Find” button. This can be used to search by ProcessId, ProcessName, and ProcessDescription. Click the “Refresh Data” to undo any filtered searches and return to the full process list. One or multiple processes can be selected at once with the use of the “Ctrl” and “Shift” keys.
2) General Process Actions
Design New Process - Used to create a new process. This selects the next available ProcessId and allows the user to type a Name and Description.
Build All Processes - Build all Processes that exist. This can take very long depending on how many processes exist.
3) Selected Process Actions
Design - Open the selected Process. Only one process can be selected.
Edit Name/Desc. - Edit the Name or Description of a Process without opening it. Only one process can be selected.
Duplicate - Duplicate the selected Process. The duplicate will be assigned the next available ProcessId, the Description will be identical to the original, and the Name will be the original name with a “ - Copy” appended.
Build - Builds the selected Process(es). One or multiple processes can be built. If many are selected, it may take very long. After the building is done, a message displays the ProcessIds the action was performed on. This can be used to verify the full list of many Processes were correctly selected.
View Logs - This opens an Application Logs page for the selected process. Only one process can be selected. Logs are generated when logs are on and the process is run.
Run - This opens a new window to enter input for the selected process and run it with that input. When it is complete, it shows the output logs. The input must already be defined in the process. This is something the developer would do when creating the process. This allows the input xml to match expected input and produce useable tests.
Deploy - This deploys the selected process as either a Scheduled Job (in Windows Task Scheduler) or a REST/SOAP API. Only one process can be selected to deploy.