Version: 0.1

1.Get Started in three steps


Step 1 - create model 

1.1 create model [1].

1.2 Select in the upcoming window  “Create Model and Process instance“, “Create model” [2], enter a name for model [3]
→  confirm with “Create model[4]

1.3 model the process [5] (with pools, lanes and the BPMN Object-Set)


Learn more by accessing Example Patterns for Flower Processes: Process Modeller - Flower User Manual



Step 2 - add a form

2.1 go to the “form” tap on the right side [1].

2.2 Create the form, put the individual components in the area [2] and create the form.


Access the more detailled version hereForm Builder - Flower User Manual




Step 3 

3.1 validate the model using the “validate”-button [1]. This is a check, if all modeling guidelines have been adhered to. Informations [2] for validation appears.

3.2 publish the model using the “publish”-button [3]. Publishing practically releases the model. From this point in time, a workflow can be started with the process.

After successful publishing, information [4] about it appears. 





2. How to start a process


Step 1 - Select Model Repository view

The Model Repository gives you an overview over your created models.

Via this view you can also select models for editing or starting a workflow.


Step 2 - Start the workflow 

2.1 start the workflow via using the "start workflow"-button

2.2 make decisions via selecting corresponding options in the "decisions-menu"

2.3 allocate swimlanes to corresponding users via the "swimlanes-menu"

2.4 click "create



Step 3

You are now entering the flower panel in Jira standard issue view. The workflow is now started and a Jira-Ticket is created.

Now the process runs like created before automatically creating Jira-Tickets for the selected users. 

The workflow ends when the end event is reached.



3. Flower Templates


Next to creating new models using templates is a great way to start the work.

The Templates view gives you an overview over all your templates.

Via this view you can select templates for editing.




4. The concept behind


To learn more: BPMN - Flower User Manual