A Subprocess Task represents a self-contained, composite activity that can be broken down into smaller units of work. It’s embedded in the process. It’s a graphical object within a process that contains a process.
By breaking down large models into smaller ones, Subprocesses make processes easier to understand and maintain. In processes with complex hierarchies, you can nest Subprocesses in multiple levels to break down a process model hierarchically.
A Subprocess Task appears as a rectangle with rounded corners and a black edge.
Define this Process Definition in the Data Object tab:
Define the Data Object referenced by the Data Object Reference.
You find Data Object IDs in the Data Object tab.
To add a Data Object Reference, click Add.
To remove a Data Object Reference, select the Data Object Reference from the list then click Remove.
To complete or edit a Data Object Reference, select the Data Object Reference from the list and fill in these fields:
Fill in these fields:
|The name of the Data Object Reference.
|A description of the Data Object Reference.
|The data type of the Data Object Reference.
|The default value of the Data Object Reference.