Entity: process

The process entity is used for grouping process-related data. Within the context of AFD 2.0, processes describe information about a status, associated with (for example) an application or a change. AFD 2.0 has about twenty different entity types with regard to processes.

Example usage

Below is an example process entity of entityType transaction, filled with some attributes. See AFD Online for the complete and up-to-date data catalog with all the attributes listed under the process entity.

{
	"process": [ {
		"entityType": "transaction",
		"sequenceNumber": "1",
		"status": "5",
		"statusDescription": "voorlopige offerte mw. Janssen",
		"referenceDate": "2020-03-01",
		"processStartDate": "2020-01-15"
	} ]
}

Entity types

Entity type Description AFD 1.0
agentApplicationData Agent application data. SH
assignment Process assignment. OA
changeType Information about the change type. Serves to specify permitted change types. May also be used to communicate changes made. WQ
communication Information about the communication that has taken place. CM
communicationProfile Information about the way in which the company, a claims handler communicates with the customer. CW
dataSet One or more sets of policy data associated with one and the same key. GG
error Error message. FM
output Information about the way (and the form) in which the company provides the output of, for example, the policy administration towards the customer. OU
print Data concerning printing instructions. AB
progress Data on the progress of, for example, the handling of an application or treatment of a claim for damages. VT
scheduleData Schedule data. AM
statusNotification The notification associated with a certain status of, for example, an application or mutation. XM
transaction Information about a status associated with a request or change, for example. XG

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