Work With Processes
Processes are organized sequences of steps executed by runtime engines.
Simple processes use as steps the mappings you have designed as well as calls to built-in actions to perform specific operations, such as copying a file, or sending an email.
You relate these steps using links to define their execution flow.
You can organize your processes with sub-processes, and can also reuse a process into other processses by reference.
Advanced Process Features
More complex processes use advanced process capabilities, such as:
Parameters to parameterize the behavior of a process.
Startup steps to explicitely define specific steps from which the process starts.
Conditional generation and trigerring to dynamically control the execution flow.
Step Repetition to generate and run steps in parallel or sequence, or to repeat actions for sets of records.
Restart Points to define steps from which the process restarts in case of failure.
Scripting for complex use cases.