Use the dynamic process editor as a canvas to define, configure, and activate dynamic processes for process applications.
Automate unpredictable processes that require expert knowledge or changing circumstances
Many business processes don’t follow a structured or sequential path. They might have many possible activities that experts could act on as needed, given the situation. Which tests should a doctor administer? Based on test results, does the patient need surgery? Which documents must be approved before a treatment stage can begin?
If you’re new to dynamic processes, start here to learn the basics by creating, configuring, and activating a dynamic process.
Want to learn more about design time modeling details, such as working with simple expressions or plan item lifecycles? See Model a Dynamic Process in Design Time. Wondering how knowledge workers use activated dynamic processes? See Work with Dynamic Processes in Runtime.
Combine dynamic and structured processes in process applications
Combine dynamic and structured processes in a process application to take advantage of their strengths. For example, orchestrate an overall unpredictable process with a dynamic process that accommodates a wide variety of activities, but use structured processes for activities that follow a structured path.