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Process Automation with Process Cloud Service – Part 3 (Workflow) by Daniel Teixeira

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In this blog series (part1, part2) I am covering step-by-step how to build and deploy an automated business process using the process cloud service.

At this moment we can visually understand the workflow, but with the exception of the Form Start activity there is no real implementation underneath the BPMN notation.


This activity is meant to define the who, the how and the when about the approval step.

An assignee can be a person or a group. The choice here is whether the approval should be handled in sequence, parallel or with a single assignee.

For this use case I pick the “Any Single Assignee”. Read the complete article here.

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