The following document describe the proposed Process Runtime Panels to be developed on top of the UF framework.
Green means: Phase 1
Yellow means: Phase 2
Red means: Phase 3/Future
Process Instances List
- Data Grid Containing the Running and History Log Process Instances that were executed in the current/selected runtime
- Runtime (Ksession Filter): This is an advanced filter, probably to not be displayed for regular business users, but for administration purposes and advanced users this will be very helpful
- Dynamic Filters on top of the Data Grid Colums. A way to define different criterions based on the visible colums.
- Static Filters: this section will show common static filters to do well defined queries that will be used to filter the data displayed in the data grid
- Quick Actions for Process Instances:
- A set of quick actions will be displayed. Based on the selected rows inside the data grid, this quick actions can be executed on a set or a single process instance.
Process Instance Details
- Status Widget: This widget will allows us to display the current status of the process graphically and in more advanced phases we can provide a Replay Button to show the previously executed steps
- Runtime Data Details
- This will include a quick access to the process model linking to the Process Designer
- Basic data about the process state, current nodes, etc
- It will provide also access to the map of Process Variables and a way to inspect Complex Objects
Process Instance Advanced Details Panels
These are a set of panels that gives us more details about the selected process instance. These panels can be arranged into different perspectives depending on the Users preferences.
- Process Runtime Actions
- Timers/Scheduled Jobs
- Human Task Assignment
- History Logs
Process Definition Explorer
- A set of panels to explore the available Process Definitions distributed in different Runtimes
- The first phase will include a simple view without filters, more advanced features will be added like runtime filters later on
- The ability to link the process definition inside a runtime environment with the Process Designer is vital
- The possibility to get information from the process meta data can be added in a second phase
- Every panel inside the infrastructure should have a way to configure itself based on per-user settings
- A separate panel associated with the panel that we are configuring will be provided to customize the information displayed in the main panel
- This example shows how the colums of the data grid can be filtered, ordered, etc.