This chapter describes how to view and monitor business processes. It contains the following topics:
The Business Process List
page displays any current instances of a business process in the currently running production. If a business process has completed its work, there is no entry for it on this page.
On this page:
The following topics provide details.
The left area of the Business Process List
page provides the following options that you can use to filter the list of business process instances displayed on this page:
After you have edited these fields, you can click one of the commands at the top of the page:
to sort the list of entries in the top display using the criteria shown in the bottom display.
to redisplay the entries in their default order and return the fields in the bottom display to their default values.
Ensemble then redisplays the page.
The middle area of the Business Process List
page displays the following information for each business process instance:
In each row, background color indicates the status of the business process instance:
You can purge outdated records from the Ensemble business process archives by clicking the
command at the bottom left of the Business Process List
The fields in this dialog allow to you purge business process instance data as follows:
The number in this column reflects the total number of instances that are now in the persistent store for this production. Use the Current Count
to decide whether or not it is worthwhile to purge these records at this time.
Do not purge most recent
Specifies the number of days’ worth of records to keep. The number can be 0 (zero), which keeps nothing and deletes all business process instance records that exist at the time of the purge operation. The default value for Do not purge most recent
is 7, which keeps records for the last seven days.
The count of days includes today
, so keeping messages for 1 day keeps the messages generated on the current day, according to local server time.
To purge the data, click
. Ensemble immediately starts to purge instances according to the parameters you have entered in the dialog box.
You cannot undo the