Applications → Providing Custom End-user Help → Creating Custom Process App Help
As you work with process apps in SBM Composer, information you provide in the End-user help text setting for the following elements is displayed to users:
The End-user help text setting is located on the General properties tab for each element. Click Edit to open an HTML editor, which enables you to easily format text. For details, refer to Using the End-User Help Editor.
For applications, this setting is in the Application Editor. In this case, the description appears to users.
Once you deploy your process apps, users will see the information as described in Creating Custom Process App Help.
Workflow help is visible to all users who can view a primary item and have the "View Workflow Graphically" privilege.
Depending on the content you provide in SBM Composer, help is available in the following areas for items:
Contains information describing the process items follow, including a graphical view. Information about each transition, state, and decision is also shown.
Depending on administrative settings, open workflow help from any item by selecting the Get help for this application link on the Actions drop-down list, or clicking the workflow icon ().
Hover over any transition button on a state form to view provided help content.
For transition forms, provides information about the transition and fields on the form.
For state forms, provides information about the current state, available transitions, and fields on the form.
Depending on administrative settings, open form help from any item from the Actions drop-down list or from the help icon.
Custom form information is also shown, if it was provided.
Hover over the name of any field that includes a dotted underline to view a shortened version of the provided help for that field.
As users move through field content on the help page, the field is highlighted on the form. When they hover over fields on the form that contain help content, the help page automatically moves to those fields.
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