Printing an Orchestration (Release

You can use the print functionality to capture your orchestrations on a standard letter page (8.5 x 11 inches) or as a PDF file. The printed document will include a summary page with the graphical representation of the orchestration flow and supplemental pages with details regarding orchestration inputs, variables, outputs, scheduling, and so on. The supplemental pages also provide details on each orchestration element, including transformations, and error handling.

The printed orchestration document can be used for comprehensive auditing, for communicating orchestration function through an offline medium, and for recreating the orchestration from a human-readable specification.

To print an orchestration:

  1. On the Orchestrator Studio Home page, click the Orchestrations icon.

  2. Using the Orchestrations side panel, select the orchestration you want to print.

  3. Open the Manage menu and click Print. You can also use the Control+P shortcut key.

  4. On the Print window, verify that you have selected the option to print background graphics.

    Note: The orchestration diagram will not be displayed properly if you do not select this option.
  5. From the Destination drop-down menu, select Save as PDF or your printer name as required.

  6. Click the Save button. The value in the File Name field on the Save As window is specific to the browser. For example, the file is saved with the name of the orchestration by default if you are using Google Chrome.

    The first page contains the name, description, long description, product code, version, and category details. The first page also displays the diagram of the orchestration as shown in this example.

    The second page contains details about Orchestration Inputs, Example Inputs, Variables, Schedule, and Orchestration Outputs if available. Each orchestration step is labeled with a number to facilitate finding the corresponding step details provided in the subsequent pages.

Example of a printed orchestration page