Configuring and Modeling the Processes

The process definition view consists of following three tabs:


In the Configure tab, you can define the properties of the process definition and associate business object with it.

Figure: Configure Tab

Viewing and Editing Process Definition Properties

You can specify following properties:


In the Model tab, you can define the actual design of the process definition. It contains the process definition canvas which consists of steps palette and series of rows that contains process building objects.

Working with Process Definition Canvas

A process definition canvas contains steps palette and series of rows that contains process building objects.

Process Definition Steps that is Process Topology are built by dragging steps from the palette on the left and dropping them into a series of rows in the canvas. The stacking of the rows and the makeup of each row (single cell vs. multiple) define the topology of the process definition, whereby the process executes in the defined sequence from top to bottom.

Figure: Process Definition Canvas

For more information, please refer the chapter Using the Simple Process Definition Canvas.


You can deploy the model from this tab. Click Deploy to finish the deployment. By default, the technical model PredefinedModel gets deployed.

Figure: Deploy

Deployment errors and warnings are displayed at the time of deployment in the dialog, if any.

Figure: Deployment Errors and Warnings