Available with Workflow Manager license.
The Workflow pane provides access to the jobs assigned to the current user logged in to the system and their groups. The jobs assigned to the current user are displayed in the list by default, and the jobs assigned to the groups of current users can be accessed by clicking Group Jobs. Each job in the list is displayed with the job name, priority, and due date, and the job list can be filtered based on these properties.
Click the Refresh button to view any new job assigned to the current user or their groups in the job list. This will also clear any filter applied to the list.
The Job Details section can also be collapsed to display more jobs in the list. It provides the following information:
- Type—The job type on which the current job is based.
- Assigned To—The user or group to whom the current job is assigned.
- Status—The status of the current job, displayed as a percentage of completion.
- Current Step(s)—The current steps for the job. If the job has more than one current step in parallel for the workflow, all of the step names are displayed.
The job selected in the Workflow pane can be executed and marked as complete using the Execute and Finish buttons.
The job selected in the Workflow pane can be executed and marked as complete using the Execute and Finish buttons. A job assigned to a group is assigned to the current user when executed, and the job is, in turn, moved to the My Open Jobs list. If a job is reassigned to another user or group, the job is removed from the Workflow pane job list and a message is displayed in the pane. When a job list is closed, the job is removed from the job list and a message is displayed in the Workflow pane. If a job workflow has holds on it, it cannot be executed until the holds are released. Offline jobs can be executed in an offline project only.
For an automated step, the Execute option marks the step as started and executes the step logic associated with the step. For a procedural step, it marks the step as started. If the step being executed is configured to move to the next step after execution, the current step is marked as complete, and the workflow moves to the next step after the current step is executed for both automated and procedural steps.
If a step is not configured to move to the next step after execution, it needs to be manually marked as complete using the Finish option. If a step is configured so it can be skipped, the step can be marked as complete without executing using the Finish option.
Suspend execution of a step
Step execution can be suspended for some steps when work is performed over a long time with a period of inactivity in between. The data editing steps configured with the Launch ArcMap step template can be suspended when the step is not configured to proceed to the next step automatically. This option allows you to execute the step again after the step is suspended, when work is stopped and the job map is closed. The Launch ArcMap step can be suspended from the Workflow pane and the map view using the Suspend option when the step execution is in progress. In the Workflow pane, Suspend is displayed in place of Execute when the Launch ArcMap step is executed. In the map view, the Suspend option is presented when you try to close the job map while the step is executing and is configured not to proceed to the next step automatically.