While viewing a process in Monitor mode the Process Modeler toolbar displays a limited set of options, listed in the following table.
|Create a new process model.||To create a new process model, click on the icon. If you have a process model that is open and has not been saved, a dialog box will appear stating that all changes will be lost. Clicking on "OK" will open a new canvas from which you can design your process model. Click on "Cancel" to return to the existing process model.|
|Open a process model.||To open a process model, click on the folder icon. This will open a wizard entitled "Open" from which you can browse through all the folders beneath the "Process Models" folder. Selecting a process model and clicking on "OK" will open the process model on the designer canvas.
|Print a process model.||To print a process model, click on the printer icon. This will open the "Print" wizard which must then be configured before the process model can be printed.
|Refresh or reload the process model onto the designer canvas.
||Allows you to reload the process onto the designer canvas. All flows in a process will be updated with the most recent activity.|
|Open the Process Model Properties.||The Process Model Properties dialog box is used to configure the name and description of the process, the Process Start Form, Process Variables, attachments, and notes.
|Zoom In/Out of the process designer canvas.
||To Zoom In/Out of the designer canvas, click on this icon and specify the magnitude of the zoom. You will be provided with 50%, 100% and 200% as your options.
|Remove the message pane from the Process Modeler interface.
||To remove the message pane from the process modeler interface, click on the icon. The message pane is used to show all validation errors that are thrown during process validation.|
|Remove the grid from the designer canvas.
||To remove the grid from the designer canvas, click on the icon.|
|Display process or process model metrics in the modeler.||To display process or process model metrics in the modeler. All columns configured for the Default Process Optimization Metrics report, and the columns configured for the Default Process Model Optimization Metrics report, are displayed within the process modeler when editing a running process. A maximum of 20 metrics can be displayed on the modeler. Therefore, if there are more than 20 columns configured, the first 20 columns will appear in the modeler.|
|View the process history.||All actions that have taken place in a process will be recorded and displayed as process history. Selecting this option will open a new window in which the process history will be displayed.
Once you have completed monitoring or editing a process, you can save your changes and exit the process modeler interface by clicking x on the top-right corner of the tab.
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