Working with Master Workflows
The master workflow is the root of a solution, and represents the case template.
Workflows are the foundation of business process management. They coordinate tasks between people, and synchronize data between systems.
Workflow Source Control
Learn how to manage workflow versions and implement source control best practices, especially when working as a team.
Create Statistics for Workflow Components
Use the statistics feature to collect business-process related statistical information gathered from workflow components, both native and external, and metadata.
When you can define a stored procedure or service query, you can define a mask for each parameter that passes between Cora SeQuence and the stored procedure or service query.
Version Management for Workflows
Learn how to create workflow packages for export, import/restore workflow packages, create new versions of a workflow, and create a copy of a workflow.
Define a workflow as In-Memory when you do not want to save the operation's details to the database. When workflows that perform a complex calculation or operation, details
Use date formatting to convert the Date object to a human readable string.
Working with Variables
Variables are a powerful feature that enable you to easily expose data to end users, and manage dynamic flow using gateway conditions. There are two types of variables, global and loca
Leavers Replacement Process
When an employee leaves (a leaver) your organization and they were involved in Cora SeQuence processes, you might want to replace them with another user in those processes.
Lock Workflow Instance Execution
Lock a specific workflow instance during its execution to block concurrent execution of workflow instances, and prevent data discrepancy.
Sign your workflow to make sure that no one can make changes to it.