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The Processes Tab on the Web Console consists of a single screen, comprised by a treeview that contains all Processes in Production [1], a standard pagination and search facility that is being used throughout the web console [2] and a table displaying the processes that belong on the respective highlighted folder of the treeview [3]:


What is important for you to understand, is that through the Console you can only work with processes that are already in production. The Web Console gives you no Lifecycle options.

If you are unsure what Lifecycle or Versioning are (or how they work), we strongly encourage you to have a look on the topics under the Version Control article of this help guide.

wc.png Treeview:

The treeview is important in the sense that whatever folder is highlighted there, its contents will be "projected" on table [3]. Yet, its workings have nothing special to elaborate on:


It works as any other treeview with the exception that is going as deep as folder level.

ea2.png Pagination & Search:

For an extensive analysis on how to use the Pagination, Search and Refresh Control Elements, please read the following article:

Standard Control Elements on the Web Console.

ea3.png The Processes Table:

The Processes Table allows you to see whether a Process is enabled or not, what kind (if any) Triggers & Schedules are using a specific process and whether a process has been declared Erroneous or not.


What is important to have in mind here are the following observations:

a) The Sorting button on the right of every Column Title in the Main Table is sorting the data by placing that column's rows in standard numerical or lexicographical order. You can click the button twice: once to sort in ascending order (smaller to largest value) and twice to sort the data in descending order (larger to smallest value).

b) It is important to know that from the Triggers Column you can see both Triggers & Schedules. You can easily recognize what is assigned where by the respective icon used to mark icona.png Schedules and iconb.pngTriggers. The number on the left of the icons is denoting the number of Schedules and/or Triggers in which the process is being used.

c) You can Run a Process by pressing the Start button on the Actions Column.

d) You can check whether or not a process has been marked as Erroneous in the Erroneous Column. Two things to note here are the following:

Since all of these Processes are already in Production, these Errors we are talking about are RunTime Errors and not Design Time errors. If you have difficulties telling the difference from one kind to the other, you might find it interesting to read this article >The Errors pane.The Errors Pane

A process will be marked as erroneous only if you tell the program to set it as Erroneous on Run time failure through ProcessRobot's Error Handling options (either for the specific process via Process Properties or for all processes via the Error Handling tab on Control Desk's Settings).