About flow control activities

The following activities are database activities: Their main task is to coordinate the other activities.

  • Start and End: allow you to show the start and end points of a workflow. Refer to Start and end.
  • Fork: allow you to activate all outbound transitions. Refer to the Fork section.
  • Appointment: lets you wait for several tasks started at the same time to be completed before proceeding. Refer to the Fork section.
  • Scheduler: lets you define a workflow execution schedule. Refer to Scheduler.
  • Test: enables a transition based on a test result. Refer to Test.
  • Wait: enables the outbound transition after a given time limit. Refer to Wait.
  • Time constraint: lets you pause a task for a set period. Refer to Time constraint.
  • Sub-workflow: lets you execute another workflow. Refer to Sub-workflow.
  • Jumps: lets you implement transitions without links. Refer to Jump (start point and end point).
  • External signal: lets you enable the outbound transition after receiving an external signal. Refer to the External signal section.
  • Approval: lets you send an email to an operator or a group of operators and wait for approval to continue with the execution. Refer to the Approval section.
  • Alert: lets you send a warning to an operator or group of operators. Refer to the Alert section.
  • Task: lets you configure task execution. Refer to the Task section.

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