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Creating New Workflows

In a way, the modification of built-in workflows done in the preceding section created new workflows for us. Although that is true and helped identify the common components of a workflow, the process for creating a new workflow is subtly different and generally has the following order of events:

  1. Determine what the workflow should do.
  2. Create inputs.
  3. Create the logical flow in the schema editor.
  4. Bind input and output parameters.
  5. Write scripts for scriptable or decision elements.
  6. Edit the layout of dialogs.
  7. Validate the workflow.

Other than the order having changed, the organization and editing steps from the edit existing workflow section still apply.

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