The General tab contains a section for the basic information about the Flow Object, as well as the Responsibilities and Associations sections.

Web Modelers can access the Edit Details window for a Flow Object through:

  1. The Edit button on the Flow Object’s Details tab
  2. The Flow Object tab of a Process Edit Details window
  3. The Edit Details box when editing a process map on Graph Edit Mode

Flow Objects that can be edited:

  • Task
  • Gateways
  • Events

Example of “Edit Task”

What is this [Flow Object]?

This table below describes the fields of this section.

Field Description
Parent Set/Process The Parent Process under which this Flow Object is nested.
Name The name of the Flow Object.
Sequence # The Sequence Number of the Flow Object. This is a numerical value and normally reflects the flow of processes and activities.
Unique Identifier The Unique Identifier of the Flow Object. This serves to uniquely identify the Flow Object as per your company protocol.
Procedure This field describes the procedures and steps of the Flow Object. The rich text format allows for text formatting, images, URLs, tables, etc.

Example of “What is this Task?”

Responsibilities and Associations

Since the Responsibilities and Associations sections are common to many EPC objects, the instructions have been centralized in the Associations section of the user manual. You can find direct links to instructions for specific sections below.

Section Instructions
What are the Responsibilities? Assign Responsibilities
Which Documents are used? Associate Documents
How is Performance Measured? Associate Performance
Which Business Rules are Applicable? Associate Business Rules
Which Risks are Applicable? Associate Risks
Which Controls are Applicable? Associate Controls


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