Applications → Managing Workflows → Working in the Workflow Editor → Using the Workflow Palette
In the workflow editor, you drag items from the Workflow Palette and arrange them in a process flow. You then use Property Editors to configure the items. This topic describes each section of the Workflow Palette.
The following items are included in the Common Items section.
|Swimlane||See About Swimlanes for information.|
|State||This item is identical to Active in the States section. See About States for information.|
|Decision||Two outgoing transitions are automatically added to the decision: Otherwise and Branch. Both transitions are required. See About Decisions for more information.|
|Transition||This item is identical to Regular in the Transitions section. See About Transitions for information.|
|Annotation||See Working With Annotations for information.|
The following items are included in the States section. After you drag a state to the workflow editor, you can rename the state and change its properties. For more information about states, see About States.
|Active||A generic active state.|
|Completed||A preconfigured inactive state.|
|Rejected||A preconfigured inactive state.|
|Pending||A preconfigured inactive state.|
The following items, which represent transition types, are included in the Transitions section. For more information, see Transition Types.
After you drag a transition to the workflow editor, you can rename the transition and change its properties. For details, refer to Configuring Transitions.
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