MANAGE YOUR PROCESS SYSTEM

Datapolis Central Administration lets you manage, monitor and tune a complex process system from within SharePoint. Simplify security, increase workflow performance, monitor thru-put, reduce errors and control maintenance changes from a central location.

 

 

Single list to control all workflows across the farm

Thanks to workflow management, authorized staff can access all workflows from a single list. The list panel lets administrators deploy a new version or restore a previous version of any workflow at any time. The list view also displays useful information such as which workflows are in use and how many instances are running. With view security, users can check workflow definition diagrams and details directly from the administration panel.

Application management to keep order in the system

The application management module lists all available applications, grouped as solutions. An administrator defines who can use each solution in process diagrams and where within SharePoint each may be used. Application management significantly increases security and reduces unintended changes by clarifying complex systems with many DPS applications.

Workflow maintenance permissions structure

Each workflow definition within the Datapolis Process System is governed by a set of permissions. The administrator can specify the SharePoint sites on which a workflow definition can be deployed or modified and by which users or teams. Three permission levels – Farm, Site Collection and Web level, provide control over critical processes while reducing the risk that unauthorized development could pose.

Performance monitoring diagnostics

The diagnostics module can collect data and logs from across any activities within any workflow. IT pros can create diagnostic reports and machine data for troubleshooting issues and supporting broader process objectives. The workflow management capability includes graphs and other visual tools to help manage simple or complex process systems effectively and efficiently.

User substitutions

Process managers can set up individuals or groups that may substitute for other persons in a workflow, defining where (in which workflows, sites, lists, etc.) and when substitutions would be active. When a user acts as a substitute for another process participant, he or she can launch the prescribed actions on their behalf.

Timer jobs control

Datapolis Timer Jobs define how many jobs can run simultaneously and designate jobs to run on one or more servers at a scheduled time. An administrator can set up parameters relevant to given jobs, for example define the time after which a workflow history is removed.