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tiger [7. Editor views; clear the editor]
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 ====== Process Toolbar ====== ====== Process Toolbar ======
  
-{{ djeeni:processtoolbar.png}} The Process Toolbar (see image) is the popup window that is displayed on top of the editor interface. On the toolbar, you will find buttons to insert, edit or remove process steps; clear the whole editor view; and execute the current process. +{{ djeeni:processtoolbar2.png?486}} The Process Toolbar (see image) is the popup window that is displayed on top of the editor interface. On the toolbar, you will find buttons to insert, edit or remove process steps; clear the whole editor view; and execute the current process. 
  
-You can show/hide the Process Toolbar by clicking on the "Toolbar" toggle button on the ribbon. Follow the below sections for a detailed explanation.+You can show/hide the Process Toolbar by clicking on the "Toolbar" toggle button on the [[en:user_interface:ribbon|ribbon]]. Follow the below sections for a detailed explanation.
  
 ===== 1. Insert step - category ===== ===== 1. Insert step - category =====
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 ===== 2. Insert step - step ===== ===== 2. Insert step - step =====
  
-Select from the list the step you want to insert+Select from the list the step you want to insert. If you cannot find it it may be under a different category. Do you need a step that you cannot find at all? Let us know at https://djeeni.com/contact , we are constantly adding new process steps.
  
 ===== 3. Insert step - Djeeni name ===== ===== 3. Insert step - Djeeni name =====
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 Once you are ready selecting, naming and setting you process step, click on this button to actually insert it. If you insert a process step that requires a new Djeeni name, you can also push Enter in the 'Named as:' field to perform the insertion. Once you are ready selecting, naming and setting you process step, click on this button to actually insert it. If you insert a process step that requires a new Djeeni name, you can also push Enter in the 'Named as:' field to perform the insertion.
  
-===== 6. Edit and remove a step =====+===== 6. Edit and remove a process step; clear the editor =====
  
-You can always edit the parameters of the current process step with the Edit button. It opens the parameter popup windows of the step. The Edit checkbox in the Insert step section performs an automatic Edit fro the newly inserted process step. Also, double-clicking //any// process step in the process has the same effect: editing the parameters of the double-clicked process step.+You can always edit the parameters of the current process step with the Edit button. It opens the parameter popup windows of the step. The Edit checkbox in the Insert step section performs an automatic Edit for the newly inserted process step. Also, double-clicking //any// process step in the process has the same effect: editing the parameters of the double-clicked process step.
  
 You can remove the current process step by clicking the Remove button. Djeeni asks for confirmation before actually removing the step. Please note that removing a single step is different from clearing the whole process (see Clear below) from the editor. You can remove the current process step by clicking the Remove button. Djeeni asks for confirmation before actually removing the step. Please note that removing a single step is different from clearing the whole process (see Clear below) from the editor.
  
-===== 7. Editor views; clear the editor =====+===== 7. Editor views =====
  
 Djeeni provides different views of your process. The main view is the Visual Editor where you can see your process in a friendly process diagram form. Click the Visual Editor button to get to this view. Djeeni provides different views of your process. The main view is the Visual Editor where you can see your process in a friendly process diagram form. Click the Visual Editor button to get to this view.
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 A very seldom situation that you want to restart a process from scratch and you Clear the editor. We suggest that you start a new process instead. But if you really need to remove all process steps and start over then you can click on the Clear button. Please note, that Clear removes //all// process steps. If you want to remove only a single process step then click on the Remove button. Also not, that clearing the process view does not mean that you have started a new process. You are still editing the current process and if you save it after clearing the editor then you will **lose it**. A very seldom situation that you want to restart a process from scratch and you Clear the editor. We suggest that you start a new process instead. But if you really need to remove all process steps and start over then you can click on the Clear button. Please note, that Clear removes //all// process steps. If you want to remove only a single process step then click on the Remove button. Also not, that clearing the process view does not mean that you have started a new process. You are still editing the current process and if you save it after clearing the editor then you will **lose it**.
-===== Steps =====+===== 8. Execution, checking the results =====
  
-Under the section "Steps" the buttons for editing or removing the currently selected process step in the process editor, and the button for clearing the whole process editor are placed.+Once your process is ready, you can execute it by clicking on the Run/Execute button. Djeeni creates a verbose log of the process execution next to informing you about the result and possible execution errors via popup windows. 
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 +To check the results of the execution you can: 
 +  * go to the Detail editor and next to each process step read the most important feedbacks; or 
 +  * click on the execution result link next to a process step in the Detail Editor and gather the relevant log information in a popup window; or 
 +  * click on the Execution Log button and read the log for the execution of the process.