Tutorial for Designer/2000
Lesson 3, page 2
- To create another organizational unit (Admissions), select the following icon from the toolbar and drop it on the Unspecified unit.
- You will now see the Create Organization Unit window (See Figure 3.6). To create a new organizational unit named Admissions, type in the name and short name as shown, and click OK.
Figure 3.6: The Create Organization Unit
- You will now see two organizational unit areas, one for Admissions and one for Unspecified. (See Figure 3.7).
Figure 3.7: The process diagram with two organizational units
- Using steps 6 and 7 create one other organizational unit named REGISTRAR'S OFFICE ( Short Name: REG). (See Figure 3.8).
Figure 3.8: Screen with three organizational units
- Next, we create the external called Student with label SR1.
- To do so, select the following icon from the toolbar and drop it in the "Unspecified" area.
- You will now see the Create Process Window. Enter the Short Definition and Label as in the figure (See Figure 3.9). Select Type as "External" from the drop-down box. Then press OK. (See Figure 3.10 for a view of the process diagram with the newly created external).
Figure 3.9: The Create Process/External Window
Figure 3.10: The Process Diagram with newly created External
- Next we create a process called Check Student Status in the Registrar's Office (organizational area). To do this:
- Select the process icon and drop it in the Registrar's Office area.
- The Create Process Step Window will pop up. Enter the Short Definition and label as Check Student Status and SRS3.1 respectively. (See Figure 3.11).
- Select Type as "Process Step" from the drop-down box.
Figure 3.11: The Create Process Step Window
- Using step 12, create two additional processes named "Check Course Details" and "Update Enrollment." (See Figure 3.12 for a view of your diagram up to this point.)
Figure 3.12: Process Diagram with the three new Process Steps
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