Documentation

Nesting and subprocesses

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
Nesting The graphical tool supports Nesting of activities and processes however there are some rules for nesting which are described below. Three activities nesting ...

DCR XML

Type:
API documentation
Audience:
Programmers
DCR XML is described in the article Exformatics declarative case management workflows as dcr graphs byTijs Slaats, Raghava Rao Mukkamala, ...

DCR Whiteboard

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User guide
Audience:
Modelers
DCR Whiteboard is the classical editor when managing DCR process models, and is currently the default editor assigned to process ...

Activities

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User guide
Audience:
Modelers
An activity is a task that needs to be accomplished within a defined period of time or by a deadline ...

Introduction to busines rules

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
A Business rule describes the relationship between one activity and another. Business rules are sometimes also called "relations", or simply "arrows". Type of ...

Dead-end analysis

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
Once processes become complicated you might end up in a situation where you cannot reach the goal of the process ...

Social sharing for DCR Graphs to people without a DCR Portal account

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Select Type
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If you wish to share your DCR Process Models or simulations with people, who you are unsure of or know ...

DCR Simulator

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
DCR Simulator is part of the DCR Designer suite offering different ways to edit and test the DCR Process Model ...

DCR Path History

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Analysts
Generally DCR Path History displays how people have actually worked and used the system. You might expect all people to ...

The DCR App Store

Type:
API documentation
Audience:
Programmers
It is possible to extend DCR with new Applications called App’s. Please refer to the App Store documentation. Examples can ...

DCR Process Methodology

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
A major benefit of DCR Processes is the way processes are discovered and defined. In traditional flow based methods using ...

Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Everyone
Q1: What is DCR Process? DCR is a process modeling tool. As a process modeling tool it captures the business ...

DCR Active Repository

Type:
API documentation
Audience:
Programmers
The purpose of the DCR Active Repository is to make it easy to leverage DCR as the rules foundation for ...

Using Postman to access DCR Active Repository

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Programmers
Getting started DCR Active Repository provides a RESTful API to manipulate process models and simulations. This section will give an ...

Costs in DCR Process Model

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
In the DCR Whiteboard tool, the option of adding costs has become available. This feature allows for the cost of ...

Windows application for DCR Active Repository

Type:
API documentation
Audience:
Programmers
In order to experiment with the DCR Active Repository we’ve created a simple Windows application that you can use the experiment with ...

Template process models

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers
A process model can be saved as a template and used when creating new process models. Create a new template ...

DCR Form

Type:
User guide
Audience:
Modelers, Programmers
Activities in a DCR process model can be data activities. When grouping data activities you get a DCR Form. Form ...
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