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aakr [Understand Processes]
72:understand [2020/07/06 13:51] (current)
alz [Activities]
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 The flow diagram displays the sequence of the activities from left to right. The flow diagram displays the sequence of the activities from left to right.
  
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 With the filter menu located at the top right of the diagram you can display additional information,​ e.g. the input and output work products, the responsible roles, the phases, or the interfaces (= where the current activity flow consumes or produces work products from or for other flows). You can also choose to see the whole diagram on one screen ("Fit to page") for best overview, or with scroll bars for best detail understanding. With the filter menu located at the top right of the diagram you can display additional information,​ e.g. the input and output work products, the responsible roles, the phases, or the interfaces (= where the current activity flow consumes or produces work products from or for other flows). You can also choose to see the whole diagram on one screen ("Fit to page") for best overview, or with scroll bars for best detail understanding.
  
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 === Table === === Table ===
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 The table diagram is best suited to understand the dependencies of the current activity flow with other flows. The activity flow goes from the top to the bottom and per default shows the input and output work products of every activity and the activity flow producing or consuming those work products. The table diagram is best suited to understand the dependencies of the current activity flow with other flows. The activity flow goes from the top to the bottom and per default shows the input and output work products of every activity and the activity flow producing or consuming those work products.
  
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 With the filter menu you can choose to display the suppliers (= producers) and customers (= consumers), the inputs and outputs, or the responsible roles. With the filter menu you can choose to display the suppliers (= producers) and customers (= consumers), the inputs and outputs, or the responsible roles.
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 The grid view offers a very reduced visualization of the activity flow. It shows the activities in sequence, either through direct predecessor or successor activities, or through inputs and output work products. The grid view offers a very reduced visualization of the activity flow. It shows the activities in sequence, either through direct predecessor or successor activities, or through inputs and output work products.
  
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 +Activities that can be executed in parallel are shown in the same column.
  
-Activities that can be executed in parallel are shown in the same row. 
  
 ==== Work Products ==== ==== Work Products ====