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14. Completing the Process

Dipo Majekodunmi

(1)Lagos, Nigeria

A quick recap of what we have done so far. We began by modeling the Cash Advance and Expense Retirement process. In our model, we split the process into two parts: the Cash Advance Request and the Expense Reporting. We then proceeded to build the forms for the cash advance part of the process and assign them to the tasks. We also set up users, groups, and departments in the system to explore the different case assignment methods and ran a few cases to see how they worked.

In the process, we created a couple of basic triggers to help us with some of ...

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