The Completed Activities View, which can be accessed via the Control Center perspective launch panel, gives an overview of all completed activities.
Figure: The Completed Activities View
The overview tables are separated in the processes. Per default, not more than the top five processes are displayed in the columns. To add or remove processes from the columns, open the Select Columns dialog, which is described in section Setting Displayed Column Filters. All processes are available for selection, which the logged-in user has the declarative security permission Read Process Instance Data for. This permission is defined for the process definition in the modeler. Please refer to section Authorization of chapter Working with Process Definitions in the Business Process Modeling Handbook for detailed information on the Read Process Instance Data permission.
The number of completed activities per day, week and month is displayed for the processes of the according team members.
To get detailed information on a specific user listed in the Team Member column, click on the appropriate name to open the User Manager Details view. For details on the view refer to chapter Viewing and changing Role Assignments to a User.
In case the logged-in user has the team leader role, all team members belonging to his team are displayed. Please refer to the section The Team Leader Role of the chapter Modeling the Organizational Structure in the Infinity Process Platform Documentation - Modeling Guide The Team Leader Role of the chapter Modeling the Organizational Structure in the Modeling Guide for detailed information on the team leader role.
Figure: Role Assignments View with all Team Members
Filters may be applied to filter the columns that are displayed in the table. Click the Select Column icon icon and mark the checkbox for each process that you want to be displayed as column in the Completed Activities table. The provided process instances in this list depend on the declarative security permission to read process instance data, set in the modeler for the logged-in user. Please refer to section Authorization of chapter Working with Process Definitions in the Business Process Modeling Handbook for detailed information on the Read Process Instance Data permission.