Process Flow

The Workflow is depicted as a sequence of connected activities. There has to be a single start activity, and a single end activity. The end activity cannot have an outgoing Activity Connection. The flow sequence can contain branches, and connections can point to activities earlier in the workflow from a later phase. Connections pointing backwards to earlier phases of a Workflow is typically used for approval processes, for example by giving superiors an opportunity to reject proposals.

There are three types of activities: Action Activity, Wait Activity and Data Entry Activity.