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Defining Input Arguments for Subprocess Steps
Input arguments allow you to populate process properties in the subprocess. For example, if you want to pass the object ID from the main process to the subprocess, you would do this through input arguments. If the subprocess is based on a different business object, you must pass the relevant row ID of the target object as the subprocess Object ID Process Property.
For field descriptions, see Field Descriptions: Input Arguments for Business Service Steps, Subprocess Steps, and Wait Steps.
To define input arguments for a subprocess step
- With the appropriate subprocess step selected in the Process Designer palette workspace, right-click and choose Show Input Arguments.
- In the Input Arguments applet, right-click and choose New Record.
- Complete the fields. For field descriptions, see Field Descriptions: Input Arguments for Business Service Steps, Subprocess Steps, and Wait Steps.