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Process Automation with Process Cloud Service (PCS) – Part 2 (Forms) by Daniel Teixeira

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In the previous post I created a simple business process, but with no real implementation details. It was just a framework.

Now, I will show how to create a Form to start the Process. Remember that there are many ways of stating a process, but for this case the Form is the way to go.

How to Create a Form

You can create a Form from two different places.

  1. The Form Menu on the left side. (left pic)
  2. From within the Form properties in the Model. (right pic)

With this first option you can choose to create a new Form from within PCS, or to bring an ExternalUI – from VBCS for example.

The second has the advantage of assigning the form directly to the process activity. Read the complete article here.

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