Workflows consist of a schema, attributes, and parameters. The workflow schema is the main component of a workflow as it defines all the workflow elements and the logical connections between them. The workflow attributes and parameters are the variables that workflows use to transfer data. Orchestrator saves a workflow token every time a workflow runs, recording the details of that specific run of the workflow.
Workflow User Permissions Orchestrator defines levels of permissions that you can apply to groups to allow or deny them access to workflows.
Workflow Parameters Workflows receive input parameters and generate output parameters when they run.
Workflow Attributes Workflow elements process data that they receive as input parameters, and set the resulting data as workflow attributes or output parameters.
Workflow Schema A workflow schema is a graphical representation that shows the workflow as a flow diagram of interconnected workflow elements. The workflow schema is the most important element of a workflow as it determines its logic.
Workflow Presentation When users run a workflow, they provide the values for the input parameters of the workflow in the workflow presentation. When you organize the workflow presentation, consider the type and number of input parameters of the workflow.
Workflow Tokens A workflow token represents a workflow that is running or has run.
Workflow Version History Orchestrator keeps the version history for each workflow, irrespective of whether it is included in the default workflow library or whether the workflow is newly developed. By keeping the version history in the database, you can compare different workflow versions and to revert to a previous workflow version.