Monitor 10.11 | Process Monitoring | Viewing Detailed Information for a Process Step | Viewing Steps Within a Subprocess
 
Viewing Steps Within a Subprocess
Each subprocess typically contains one or more steps. When a subprocess is configured for standard looping, looping information is also available.
*To view the steps within a subprocess
1. In My webMethods: Navigate > Applications > Monitoring > Business > Process Instances.
2. Display detailed information for the process instance that contains the subprocess you want to work with, as described in Viewing Detailed Information for a Process Instance.
3. In the Step Summary area, locate the subprocess you want to view and click the expansion icon next to the subprocess name. Monitor displays the steps within the subprocess in the table.
*If the subprocess is not configured for looping, a table entry is available for each step in the process.
*If the subprocess is a BPMN subprocess configured for standard looping, each loop iteration of the subprocess is shown as a separate table entry. Click the expansion icon Expand icon next to the subprocess iteration to see the step summary information for each step in the process during that loop iteration.
Note:
Any time the parent subprocess step iteration increments, the loop iteration count is reset and begins again with 1.
4. Subprocess that contain any child subprocesses also display an expansion icon. Continue expanding the subprocesses until you locate the step you want to view.
Tip:
To expand and contract all subprocess instances in the table, click the expansion icon next to the Step Name column title.
Note:
This expandable/collapsible display is not available for deprecated webMethods subprocesses. In this case, all step entries are available at the top level of the table only.