The Process Table in the Process History section displays a hierarchical tree view of processes started from the root process.
Figure: Process History
For a detailed description on the columns and functionality of the process table in general, refer to chapter Working with Process Tables.
The following columns are not displayed per default, but can be selected via the Select Column option:
Note that only details about processes the user has the declarative security permissions Read Process Instance Data and Read Activity Instance Data for, are displayed. These permissions are defined in the modeler for the process definition and the activity accordingly. Please refer to section Authorization of chapter Specifying Activity Properties in the Business Process Modeling Handbook for detailed information on the Read Activity Instance Data permission and section Authorization of chapter Working with Process Definitions in the Business Process Modeling Handbook for detailed information on the Read Process Instance Data permission accordingly.
By default, the current process instance row is selected and the Process Table displays details about the activities related to this process. To see details about activities related to another process, select the radio button of the according process row in the Select column.
Figure: Select a process to see activity details of.
Aborted processes show the user who triggered the abort in brackets in the Status column.
Figure: Aborted Status
You have the option to suppress the display of process definitions that are not business relevant in the portal. These processes are marked as "Is Auxiliary Process" in the modeler. Please refer to chapter Working with Process Definitions of the Infinity Process Platform Documentation - Modeling Guide Working with Process Definitions of the Modeling Guide for details.
By default, these auxiliary processes are displayed in the Process History. To show or hide them from the view, click the Show / Hide Auxiliary Processes icon in the toolbar.
Figure: Click to hide auxiliary processes.