Is there any way to see where a process has been triggered from. In other words, can I see the 'super-process' which led to the execution of the current sub-process instance.
Discussion posts and replies are publicly visible
For directly-launched subprocesses with a still-extant parent process, you can simply drill "up" to the parent from the process instance monitor.
In this example, though, it's either the top-level process, or one where the parent instance was already deleted or archived. Note that processes launched via the Start Process Smart Service will also be considered the "top level" for the purposes of this, which is honstely a little annoying sometimes when doing O&M work.
I see now. Never saw that. Thanks so much.
Just for some added history/trivia/context: This feature wasn't always there (we've had it for maybe 5 years now, plus or minus). Previously, it could be rather difficult to find and then navigate to an instance's parent process. Sometimes seemingly impossible.
© 2022 Appian. All rights reserved.