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Prerequisite: Process Governance administrator function privilege

Process administration provides process information as well as control and error handling functions.

To be able to use this, you need the 'Process Governance administrator' function privilege.

The process administration information is accessible via the navigation bar. They are displayed if you select 'Processes', an executable process, a version, or a process instance of an executable process. If you selected “Processes” and click 'Human Task' , the human tasks of all executable processes are shown. You can display/delegate the assigned editor or send a reminder to the editors.

Instance monitoring provides an overview of the process instances in the various statuses. You can check if process instances failed and correct and restart them, if required. You can also display selected instances or versions in the Explorer tree.

The console can be displayed for all processes or a process instance. Log messages about process instance execution are displayed, as well as messages generated by the user interface when executing process instances (log, server, and user administration messages). Under Details, you are offered information on the process. From a process version, you can start the governance process or delete the process version. From the process instance, you can suspend, resume, terminate, or delete the process instance, and display the associated tasks.

The context shows the elements on which a governance process can be started. The history displays the activities performed by process instances. You can restart failed activities here. You can also check incoming and outgoing data of activities. To do so, select the relevant activity.  The overview of activities shows active and failed activities of the executable process. You can skip failed activities.

You have seen which information and functions governance administrators can use to regulate the process in process administration. Further information is available in the help or the video tutorial 'Find problems in the process and correct processes'.