Applications → Managing Workflows → Workflow Settings → General Tab of the Application Workflow Property Editor
|Name||Modify the name of the workflow or sub-workflow.|
|Internal name||View or modify the internal name of the workflow or sub-workflow. This field is read-only if the process app has been published. The default value of this field is the workflow name, in upper case. The internal name cannot contain spaces or periods. The maximum number of characters is the same as the number for the Name field.|
|Time Capture|| Specify whether the Time Capture feature is enabled or
disabled for states and transitions in the workflow. For details about the Time
Capture feature, see
About Time Capture.
Options for root application workflows are:
For sub-workflows, settings are inherited but you can override them by explicitly turning the feature on or off for the workflow. If you turn the feature on for a workflow, you can then set other Time Capture options for states and transitions in the workflow. If you turn the feature off for the workflow, it is also turned off for states and transitions in the workflow.
|Entry Required||With Time Capture options set to "on" for the workflow and
"visible" for transitions, you can choose to require users to enter time spent
for all transitions in the workflow. This requirement is ignored for automated
processes, such as Web services and scripts.
|Uses table||Identifies the primary table for the application.|
|End-user help text||Click
Edit to open an HTML editor and add
optional comments or notes about the purpose of the workflow. The text you
enter and a graphical depiction of the workflow is displayed to users who click
the workflow icon () on forms.
For details, refer to Providing Custom End-user Help.
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