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kBOS Process Definition

The elements that comprise the kBOS process definition are described below:



The building block of the process definition. It represents a Task and has additionally two main (optional) attributes: Business Unit and Role.




A transition is has a start and end point, both of which are nodes. A transition is described by the action that invokes it. The action is defined as part of the Business Document that is being transferred. Transitions can be optional.



A rule allows for the definition of alternative flows (transitions) based on the evaluation of one or more condition. Conditions can be either true or false. Conditions are evaluated on the properties of the Document that is being transferred.




The connector is not a base element of the process definition. Its purpose is to relieve complexity on a diagram by concatenating a single action (transition) to multiple recipient nodes.



Agents are plug-ins that can be incorporated in a Process Definition in order to perform specific functions outside the platform and optionally return results that are incorporated in the process. Agents run on the server, without the need for user intervention. There are four kinds of agents, Decision, Transformation, Processes Initiating and Parallel Activity.



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