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|Name||The process app name. Note that process app names should be unique within the repository.|
|Category||The category to which the process app was assigned when it was created.|
Note: You cannot change the name or category of a published process app unless you first remove publish restrictions. For details, refer to Modifying Locked Elements in a Published Process App.
|Language||The native language for design objects in the process app. If you do not specify a language, the platform default (set in SBM System Administrator is used.)|
|Locale||The native locale for design objects in the process app.
This enables you to set a language (locale) that is different than the platform default in the event that design object strings in your process app are not in the same language as the default platform language.
Note: You cannot change the language or locale of a published process app unless you first remove publish restrictions. For details, refer to Modifying Locked Elements in a Published Process App.
|Description||Optional comments or notes about the purpose of the selected process app.|
|Publish Status||Indicates one of three statuses (not published, published,
Use this information to determine if certain elements of the process app can be changed. For example, you cannot change the database name for fields and tables after a process app is published.
To unlock a published process app, click Remove publish restrictions. This enables you to modify locked elements. For details, refer to Modifying Locked Elements in a Published Process App.
If you plan to redeploy the process app to an environment after changing previously locked elements, you must first undeploy the process app from that environment for changes to the unlocked process app take effect. For details on undeploying, refer to the SBM Application Repository Guide.
|Revision||Optional comments or notes about this revision of the process app.|
|Convert to template||Converts the process app into a template, which can be a starting point for creating other process apps. For more information, see Creating a Template.|
|Publish history||The record of the process app blueprint as published to Application Repository, including (where applicable) the existing process app as "gotten" from a deployment environment.|
|Version history||The record of the process app design element as checked in to the repository. You can use the labels to match design elements to process app blueprints.|
The application name and its associated design number.
Applications in some process apps have the same design number, because they serve a similar purpose and can reference each other. If the process apps have diverged enough from their original purpose, and you want them to have separate design numbers, click Reset design numbers.
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