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Developing an Application



Use Process Extended Actions

To manage the life cycle of your processes or process activities of your eSpace you're provided with Process Extended Actions and Process Activities Extended Actions. You can find them under your processes and process activities in the Processes Layer of the eSpace Tree.

Execute a Process Extended Action or Process Activity Extended Action

  1. In the Processes Layer of the eSpace Tree, simply drag the Extended action of the process or process activity and drop it on the action flow.

An extended action can have input parameters and output parameters.

Input parameters

Instantiated when the action is invoked, through the Arguments property of the Launch<Process Name> element.

Output parameters

You can use the output parameters of the Launch<Process Name> process extended action in one of the following ways:

  • Type directly Launch<Process Name>.Id

Example: after using the LaunchPayment action for the Payment process you can use LaunchPayment.Id to access the launched process identifier.

  • Through the specific editors with access to the Locals folder

Example: when editing an expression in the Expression Editor, the Scope Tree lists the Locals** folder.

The extended actions for the process and process activities are the following:

Element Extended Action Description
Process Launch<Process Name> Launches an instance of the Process.
Human Activity Close<Human Activity Name> Closes a Human Activity.
Wait Close<Wait Name> Closes a Wait activity.
Conditional Start Start<Conditional Start Name> Starts a Conditional Start activity.

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