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  1. Preface
  2. The Application Integration Console
  3. Process Server Configuration
  4. Deployed Assets
  5. Process Schedules
  6. Processes
  7. Process Server Health
  8. Process Metrics
  9. Connections
  10. Guides
  11. Logs

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Configuring a simple process filter

Configuring a simple process filter

  1. In Application Integration Console, click
    Processes
    on the left navigation bar.
  2. On the right pane, click the
    Filter
    icon.
    The
    Add Field
    and
    Use a Query
    options appear.
  3. Click the down arrow adjacent to
    Add Field
    and select one of the following fields based on which you want to filter the processes:
    • ID
    • Name
    • Version
    • Start Date
    • End Date
    • Group
    • Status
    The following image shows the fields based on which you can filter processes:
    The image shows the fields based on which you can filter processes, namely, ID, Name, Version, Start Date, End Date, Group, and Status.
  4. Configure the filter condition based on the field that you selected.
    The following table describes the steps that you must complete based on the field that you selected:
    Field
    Description
    ID
    The instance ID of the process. Every process run has a unique instance ID.
    If you selected
    ID
    , complete the following steps:
    1. Select one of the following operators:
      • Equals
      • Does not equal
      • Less than
      • Less than or equal to
      • Greater than
      • Greater than or equal to
      • Between
    2. Enter a value for the filter condition.
      If you selected the
      Between
      operator, enter two values to define a range based on which you want to filter the processes.
    Version
    The version number of the process.
    If you selected
    Version
    , complete the following steps:
    1. Select one of the following operators:
      • Equals
      • Does not equal
      • Less than
      • Less than or equal to
      • Greater than
      • Greater than or equal to
      • Between
    2. Enter a value for the filter condition.
      If you selected the
      Between
      operator, enter two values to define a range based on which you want to filter the processes.
    Name
    The name of the process.
    If you selected
    Name
    , enter a value for the filter condition.
    Group
    The group that a process belongs to. The group name is specified in the Process Deployment Descriptor (PDD) and displayed on the
    Deployed Process Version Detail
    page.
    If you selected
    Group
    , enter a value for the filter condition.
    Start Date
    The date when the process execution started.
    If you selected
    Start Date
    , select one of the following values based on which you want to filter the processes:
    • Any time
    • Today
    • Last Week
    • Last Month
    • Last Year
    • Custom Range
    If you selected
    Custom Range
    , click the calendar to specify a date and time range for the filter condition.
    End Date
    The date when the process completed, faulted, or was stopped or suspended.
    If you selected
    End Date
    , select one of the following values based on which you want to filter the processes:
    • Any time
    • Today
    • Last Week
    • Last Month
    • Last Year
    • Custom Range
    If you selected
    Custom Range
    , click the calendar to specify a date and time range for the filter condition.
    Status
    The state of the process execution.
    If you selected
    Status
    , select one of the following values based on which you want to filter the processes:
    • Completed
    • Faulted
    • Running
    • Suspended
  5. Create additional filters if needed.
    The Process Server joins all the filters with an AND operator and displays the processes that meet all the filter conditions.
To remove a filter, click
Close
next to the filter condition. To remove all the filters and view all the processes, click
Close
next to the
Filter
icon.