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Workflow Manager Overview

Workflow Manager Overview

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Workflow Manager Overview 
By PenchalaRaju.Yanamala
Using the Workflow Manager Overview
In the Workflow Manager, you define a set of instructions called a workflow toexecute mappings you build in the Designer. Generally, a workflow contains asession and any other task you may want to perform when you run a session.Tasks can include a session, email notification, or scheduling information. Youconnect each task with links in the workflow.You can also create a worklet in the Workflow Manager. A worklet is an objectthat groups a set of tasks. A worklet is similar to a workflow, but withoutscheduling information. You can run a batch of worklets inside a workflow.After you create a workflow, you run the workflow in the Workflow Manager andmonitor it in the Workflow Monitor.
Workflow Manager Options
You can customize the Workflow Manager default options to control the behavior and look of the Workflow Manager tools. You can also configure options, such asgrouping sessions or docking and undocking windows.Related Topics:Customizing Workflow Manager Options
Workflow Manager Tools
To create a workflow, you first create tasks such as a session, which contains themapping you build in the Designer. You then connect tasks with conditional linksto specify the order of execution for the tasks you created. The WorkflowManager consists of three tools to help you develop a workflow:
Task Developer.
Use the Task Developer to create tasks you want to run in theworkflow.
Workflow Designer.
Use the Workflow Designer to create a workflow byconnecting tasks with links. You can also create tasks in the Workflow Designer as you develop the workflow.
Worklet Designer.
Use the Worklet Designer to create a worklet.
 
Figure 1-1shows what a workflow might look like if you want to run a session,perform a shell command after the session completes, and then stop theworkflow:
Event-Raise.
Notifies the Event-Wait task that an event has occurred. For moreinformation, seeWorking with Event Tasks.
Event-Wait.
Waits for an event to occur before executing the next task. For more information, see Working with Event Tasks.
Session.
Runs a mapping you create in the Designer. For more informationabout the Session task, seeWorking with Sessions.
Timer.
Waits for a timed event to trigger. For more information, seeSchedulinga Workflow.
Workflow Manager Windows
The Workflow Manager displays the following windows to help you create andorganize workflows:
Navigator.
You can connect to and work in multiple repositories and folders. Inthe Navigator, the Workflow Manager displays a red icon over invalid objects.
Workspace.
You can create, edit, and view tasks, workflows, and worklets.
Output.
Contains tabs to display differenttypes of output messages. The Outputwindow contains the following tabs:-
Save.
Displays messages when you save a workflow, worklet, or task. The Save tab displays a validation summary when you save aworkflow or a worklet.- 
Fetch Log.
Displays messages when the Workflow Manager fetches objectsfrom the repository.- 
Validate.
Displays messages when you validate a workflow, worklet, or task.
 
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Copy.
Displays messages when you copy repository objects.- 
Server.
Displays messages from the Integration Service.-
Notifications.
Displays messages from the Repository Service.
Overview.
An optional window that lets you easily view large workflows in theworkspace. Outlines the visible area in the workspace and highlights selectedobjects in color. Click View > Overview Window to display this window.You can view a list of open windows and switch from one window to another inthe Workflow Manager. To view the list of open windows, click Window >Windows.The Workflow Manager also displays a status bar that shows the status of theoperation you perform.
Setting the Date/Time Display Format
The Workflow Manager displays the date and time formats configured in theWindows Control Panel of the PowerCenter Client machine. To modify the dateand time formats, display the Control Panel and open Regional Settings. Set thedate and time formats on the Date and Time tabs.
Note:
For the Timer task and schedule settings, the Workflow Manager displaysdate in short date format and the time in 24-hour format (HH:mm).
Removing an Integration Service from the Workflow Manager 
You can remove an Integration Service from the Navigator. Remove anIntegration Service if the Integration Service no longer exists or if you no longer 

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