The editor is based on the standard Business Process Model and Notation. Define a workflow starting point, workflow steps and their sequence, as well as an endpoint of the workflow. In addition, you can model more complex workflows using events and gateways.
Integrate workflow-related operations into your applications. With the workflow service API, you can start new workflow instances and manage workflow instances as well as task instances.
Link user interfaces based on SAPUI5 to user tasks, which are then managed by end users in My Inbox.
Monitor and operate workflows using web-based tools. You can start new instances, view the workflow context and execution logs, suspend or cancel running instances.
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