Select Realtime Process Monitoring for REST from the app selector:
The default user is
admin with password
Enter your License Key
The first login to the app requires entering a license key. If you don’t have one yet, you can purchase it right here:
A wizard will guide you through the initial setup on the first login. You can activate the wizard for reconfiguration anytime later from the toolbar.
You can now configure the features of the process analyzer step by step. Either click NEXT or click on the header of a step to configure it:
Static Happy Path
You can optionally define a static Happy Path to create a reference path for all processes. All variants of this path are shown as deviations. If you don’t define it, the Happy Path is built dynamically.
Process Start Stages
Usually, a process has a defined start. You can define these start stages in this step. Defining start stages avoids to see incomplete processes that are somewhere in the middle of processing when you start the app:
In this example we use our warehouse example to define
Order Received as a start stage. If your processes can have multiple start stages, you can define it by clicking on the + button.
Process End Stages
If your processes end at dedicated stages, define it here:
In our case, the process ends with sending the invoice. If you don’t define end stages, you’ll need to define a stage expiration (next step). Otherwise, your processes will stay at the last reported stages forever.
Defining a stage expiration is necessary if your processes don’t have a defined end stage. It avoids that they stay at the last reported stage forever.
Event: Stage Created
This step configures events when a stage is created. The events are sent to a webhook.
Event: Stage Checkin
This step configures events when a process checks into a stage. The events are sent to a webhook.
In this example we might want to get informed when a process enters
Shipment Ready to inform the delivery service to pick it up.
Event: Stage Checkout
This step configures events when a process checks out from a stage. The events are sent to a webhook.
In this example we might inform the customer that his order is on its way.
Event: Link Created
This step configures events when a link between two stages is created. The events are sent to a webhook.
Event: Link Travel
This step configures events when a process travels on a link. The events are sent to a webhook.
In this example we want to get informed that a process waits multiple times on a reorder and start an investigation about the reason.
This step configures alert events when a process stays at a stage too long. The events are sent to a webhook.
In this example we might want to get informed when a process waits too long for a reorder and might inform the producer of the product.
Start the App
After finishing your setup, you can start the app by pressing START APP:
It displays the Overview dashboard and you might already see your events coming in:
In this example we forward the events from the Warehouse Simulation Sample app to this app via REST.
Starting and Stopping the App
The app is started after the initial configuration. This can be seen at this button in the toolbar which displays green:
Press it to stop the app:
To start it, press it again.
To change your configuration, press this button:
It launches the wizard and you can apply your changes. Then press UPDATE APP:
It restarts the app with the new settings.
Change your Password
You can change your password here:
You are being logged out after change and have to login again.