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Workflows in ArcGIS Pro

With ArcGIS Pro, you can coordinate and manage workflows to complete your work efficiently. ArcGIS Workflow Manager, ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic), and Tasks are ArcGIS Pro tools designed specifically to help you manage workflows.

The following table summarizes the differences and similarities of the tools:

ArcGIS Workflow ManagerArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic)Tasks

Licensing and software requirements

ArcGIS Desktop license, ArcGIS Pro installation, ArcGIS Workflow Manager extension license, ArcGIS Workflow Manager user type extension license, ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server deployment

ArcGIS Desktop license, ArcGIS Pro installation, ArcGIS Workflow Manager extension license, ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) installation, Enterprise versioned geodatabase

ArcGIS Desktop license, ArcGIS Pro installation

Unit of work

Job

Task

Number of users involved in completing a single unit of work

Multiple users and roles working from any geographic location

Multiple users and roles

Single user

Number of applications opened in a single unit of work

Work can be completed in ArcGIS Pro and web and mobile apps.

Can open multiple applications, including ArcGIS Pro

Work is completed within ArcGIS Pro

Typical duration of a single unit of work

A few days to weeks

A few minutes to a few hours

Integration

A step in ArcGIS Workflow Manager can include a task in ArcGIS Pro

A step in ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) can include a task in ArcGIS Pro

Tasks can include any command, geoprocessing tool, or add-in in ArcGIS Pro

Common to all

Promoting best practices, standardizing, improving efficiency and quality, guiding users through a workflow

With ArcGIS Workflow Manager and ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic), a piece of work passes from initiation to completion through a series of steps that can be completed by multiple users who may have different organizational roles. With tasks, you can create a set of preconfigured steps to guide a single user through a repeatable GIS process using ArcGIS Pro functionality.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager and ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) use jobs to manage and coordinate a workforce. The job usually involves multiple users and takes a few days to complete. Tasks use an ArcGIS Pro task that is designed for a repeatable GIS process that uses functionality such as geoprocessing tools and editing. The task usually takes a few minutes to a few hours for a single user to complete.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager and ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) are enterprise workflow systems that support both GIS and non-GIS business processes. Although you can use tasks in ArcGIS Workflow Manager and ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic), a task is a separate tool that does not require an extension, enterprise geodatabase, or additional licensing to use.

You can use tasks together or separately with ArcGIS Workflow Manager or ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) for quality assurance and to speed up repeatable processes.

Example

A city may require coordination of multiple teams to manage address data. The city can use ArcGIS Workflow Manager or ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) to coordinate the responsibilities of these teams into jobs such as locate facilities, add facility addresses, verify mailing addresses, and so on. You can use tasks in this scenario to complete one of these jobs through task steps. Steps to locate facilities, for example, may include locating the work area, creating a facility polygon, and adding attributes to that feature.


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ArcGIS Workflow Manager

ArcGIS Workflow Manager is an easy-to-use, scalable enterprise system that automates and simplifies GIS and non-GIS work. Its tools help you manage people, processes, software and data products in real time through standardisation, centralisation and repeatability, allowing you to improve production efficiencies and save resources.

Benefits

Geo-enablement


Effectively add a spatial aspect to your workflows

Application integration


Integrate GIS & business apps in one place

Scalability


Manage work across small groups or global offices

Reliability


Standardise & centralise project information

Geospatial data management


Automate versioning, geoprocessing & archiving

Communication & reporting


Get or send alerts. Provide real-time work status

Who uses Workflow Manager?


Easy-to-use, scalable enterprise system automates and simplifies management of GIS and non-GIS work

ArcGIS Workflow Manager simplifies management of GIS and non-GIS work

Workflow Manager extends ArcGIS by providing tools for ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise

ArcGIS Pro

Manage work and data processes

Load standardised map templates

Repoint map layers to current version

Restrict users outside set location

ArcGIS Enterprise

Visualise & monitor progress

Manage & run non-mapping steps

Create reporting dashboards

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Workflow Manager (Classic)

Available with Workflow Manager license.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) Server is an extension of ArcGIS Server that provides a framework to organize, centralize, and standardize project workflows using web services.

Workflow Manager (Classic) helps address many business challenges that arise in GIS as well as non-GIS environments. The following are some of the biggest challenges for businesses:

  • Inconsistent workflows being followed for a common process
  • Little to no information about who performed the work and when it was completed
  • No easy way to monitor the status and progress of work being performed
  • Too much time wasted in gathering information to report to stakeholders
  • Employees not knowing what they are supposed to work on
  • Difficulty in categorizing historical information related to a specific task performed
  • Managing data versions respective to each task
  • Tracking the tasks that have been temporarily halted

Using Workflow Manager (Classic), you can address not just these challenges but many more and balance the issues caused by cost, time, or data errors.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) Server service

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) Server service is a type of ArcGIS Server service originating from a Workflow Manager (Classic) repository. Using Workflow Manager (Classic), you can expose your workflow management capabilities on the web using ArcGIS. The Workflow Manager (Classic) system is configured using desktop tools, and the repository is published as a service on ArcGIS Server.

The Workflow Manager (Classic) service allows you to integrate your existing business process with your GIS workflows via REST and SOAP APIs. You can view job status via a web app, assign work to staff, and evaluate the progress of existing jobs.

Workflow Manager (Classic) JavaScript Viewer

The Workflow Manager (Classic) JavaScript Viewer is a GIS web client workflow manager app for ArcGIS Server. It is a complete workflow management app that allows for ease and efficiency toward managing and tracking business workflows. The JavaScript Viewer is easily configurable to meet custom business needs and requirements. No programming skills are required to deploy it.

Integration with Portal for ArcGIS

Workflow Manager (Classic) supports Portal for ArcGIS authentication in addition to the existing authentication methods supported by the web app. With Workflow Manager (Classic) running within a federated Portal for ArcGIS/ArcGIS Server environment, the web app can leverage the users from the portal store. The identity store for your portal defines where the credentials of your portal accounts are stored, how authentication occurs, and how group membership is managed.

In the portal store, members belong to a Portal for ArcGIS Organization, and the username is as defined in the portal. The members are managed in the portal, the profile cannot be edited, and members are assigned to groups in the Workflow Manager Administrator and inherit the privileges based on the Workflow Manager groups.

Portal authentication is available in 10.3.1 and later versions of Workflow Manager (Classic).


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ArcGIS Workflow Manager

ArcGIS Workflow Manager is an easy-to-use, scalable enterprise geographic information system (GIS) workflow management system that streamlines your production process by automating and simplifying the performance and management of location-enabled work. Reduce costs by improving data quality and accuracy, optimizing resource allocation, enhancing communication, and standardizing and centralizing repeatable work processes.

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What can ArcGIS Workflow Manager do?

ArcGIS Workflow Manager provides step-by-step guidance and tightly integrates with Esri technology to create seamless end-to-end experiences that result in efficient, predictable, and repeatable workflows.

  1. Automate workflows
  2. Work in real-time in ArcGIS
  3. Increase reliability
  4. Transform the way you work
  5. Enhance communications

Automate workflows

Create a dynamic production system with the powerful automation tools in ArcGIS Workflow Manager to streamline processes such as data ingestion, analysis, and aggregation.

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Work in real-time in ArcGIS

ArcGIS Workflow Manager unifies Esri technology to drive consistent workflows across desktop and web applications. Collaborate and coordinate work across teams, platforms, and locations with synchronized data to drive efficiency improvements. Monitor the status of work in real-time to facilitate informed decision-making.

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Increase reliability and accountability

Standardize and centralize data and project information to ensure the consistency, accuracy, and quality of data at all stages of a project. Increase process efficiency and transparency to help build accountability and trust between your organization and your customers.

Transform the way you work

Capture best practices and configure complex business processes in just a few clicks with a clean, modern user interface. Automate repetitive manual tasks such as data preparation and cleanup to help your workforce stay focused on important tasks. Deliver tools, applications and data without limitations to get new employees up to speed quickly.

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Promote successful communications

The integrated communication tools in ArcGIS Workflow Manager boost productivity and efficiency, reduce downtime, and help cut operational expenses. Track actions in real-time to quickly communicate progress, resource allocation, and status to stakeholders through reports and dashboards.

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Maximize the value of your GIS investment by using a workflow management system that tightly integrates with other Esri technology.

ArcGIS Pro

Coordinate and manage your workflows in ArcGIS Pro and efficiently complete your work.

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ArcGIS Enterprise

Create and monitor workflows and administer the system using Workflow Manager Server and the web app for ArcGIS Enterprise.

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ArcGIS Survey123

Create, view, and edit surveys in your workflows and create jobs in Workflow Manager using Survey123 webhooks.

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ArcGIS Dashboards

Create dashboards to monitor your work in real time, inform others, and see trends.

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Available with Standard or Advanced license.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) is an enterprise workflow management application that provides an integration framework for ArcGIS multiuser geodatabase environments. It simplifies many aspects of job management and tracking and streamlines the workflow, resulting in significant time savings for any implementation. Workflow Manager (Classic) provides tools for allocating resources and tracking the status and progress of jobs. A detailed history of job actions is automatically recorded for each job to give managers a complete report on how the job was completed. This information can be supplemented with comments and notes to provide even richer job documentation. Workflow Manager (Classic) handles complex geodatabase tasks behind the scenes by assisting the user in the creation and management of versions. The integration of Workflow Manager (Classic) and ArcGIS geodatabase tools provides a way of tracking feature edits made through Workflow Manager (Classic) jobs using the geodatabase archiving tools.

Workflow Manager (Classic) Client Application

Create and assign work

Job creation is simplified through the tools available in Workflow Manager (Classic). Work can be easily created and assigned to registered Workflow Manager (Classic) users within your organization.

Track job activities

Using the tracking tools available, Workflow Manager (Classic) allows you to identify the who, what, when, and how of activities on all jobs within your organization. Workflow Manager (Classic) also provides you with step-by-step information on these jobs.

Standardize your business process

With the Workflow Manager (Classic) application, you can define your business process using the workflow tools available. These workflows represent blueprints for the steps required to accomplish a set of defined tasks or projects. Since your business process might change over time, Workflow Manager (Classic) allows you to make changes to your blueprints throughout their existence. These workflows are associated to job types. The life span of a job type goes through phases: Draft, Active, and Retired. These workflows provide you with the flexibility of controlling which job types are available to your end users.

Distribute work geographically

Areas of interest (AOIs) allow you to define jobs spatially. There are tools that allow you to create jobs based on user-defined boundaries. These boundaries could be freehand drawings or might come from existing geographic data like shapefiles or feature classes. The AOIs can be represented on maps using symbols to allow you to quickly identify jobs of interest.

Integrate with GIS and other applications

The job types usually have a workflow associated with them. These workflows consist of steps that execute applications or perform some automated tasks. The steps that are available in the Workflow Manager (Classic) library allow you to open a predefined ArcMap document, executables, geoprocessing tools, URL addresses, or custom applications that are business specific.

Reporting

The reports provide a real-time view of the jobs in the Workflow Manager (Classic) repository. This allows you to communicate information to stakeholders by defining the contents of the reports. These reports can be executed on the desktop and through the Workflow Manager (Classic) Web services.

Manage distributed workforce

In some organizations, the GIS work is done by staff in different geographic locations. The network might cause a bottleneck in such situations. By using the repository replication tools available in the Workflow Manager Administrator, you can share an identical configuration across multiple servers and synchronize the contents to keep track of the GIS work being done at the various locations of your organization.

Resources

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) has many resources available:

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ArcGIS Workflow Manager: Build seamless end-to-end workflows across ArcGIS

Workflow Manager Server

ArcGIS Workflow Manager is a scalable enterprise workflow management system that automates and simplifies many aspects of performing and managing GIS and non-GIS work in an organization. It optimizes GIS operations by providing real-time tools for managing people, processes, and products required to complete work. It drives improvements in production efficiency by maintaining standardized, centralized, and repeatable workflows across your organization to reduce errors and inefficiencies and save time.

The most common workflow that Workflow Manager supports is a basic data editing workflow. An example use case is an editor updating spatial or attribute information for a location. A GIS specialist updates a map based on the captured information. Their work is then validated by a quality control (QC) specialist, and if there are any issues, it's sent back to the GIS specialist. This use case illustrates the basic functionality of Workflow Manager. The steps to complete the data editing task in this scenario are called a workflow, and one instance of a workflow at a location is called a job. Jobs can be associated with spatial data and can be assigned to multiple members of the organization. Steps can perform various tasks, such as opening a specific map for a GIS specialist or prompting a QC specialist to answer a question to route the job in different directions.

Workflow Manager can then extend this type of workflow by sending email notifications at key points of the workflow, managing and cleaning up spatial data versions, running geoprocessing tools to assist in initial site selection, and so on.

Workflow Manager can also be flexible in how it manages where the workflow occurs and can seamlessly handle all interaction points. For example, the work can be performed in the field in a mobile app, the data editing can be performed in ArcGIS Pro, and QC can be performed in the Workflow Manager web app.

The data editing scenario above is just one type of workflow. Organizations can have many types of workflows for business processes, which can include site inspections, land-use planning, document management and approvals, mobile apps, and fully automated workflows. With Workflow Manager, you can automate your business processes to improve data quality and accuracy, optimize resource allocation, enhance communication, and reduce your organization's production costs.

Functionality

ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server is offered in two editions.

Standard—The Standard edition is included with an ArcGIS Workflow Manager user type extension and provides you with a scalable enterprise workflow management system that automates many aspects of performing and managing GIS and non-GIS work.

Advanced—With the Advanced edition, you get everything in the Standard edition, plus access to advanced automation capabilities of the Workflow Manager Server. At 10.9 this includes the ability to schedule and run a step automatically at a specified time and the ability to use ArcGIS Survey123 webhooks to create jobs in Workflow Manager.

Workflow Manager components

In Workflow Manager, several components make up a job. Depending on your duties in your organization, you may only need to use a subset of these components.

Workflow items

Workflow items are single instances of Workflow Manager that allow groups in your organization to perform different types of work. When you use multiple workflow items to separate your organization’s various groups, the unique requirements and work done by one group won’t interfere with the other groups.

Step templates

Step templates are preconfigured steps designed to perform various types of actions when a job is run, such as opening a map, running a geoprocessing tool, asking a question, and so on. Each step template contains a preconfigured name and default values for step properties, options, and styling. When a step template is added to a workflow diagram, it becomes a unique step in the workflow and its default values can be customized as necessary.

Workflow diagrams

A workflow diagram is a visual representation of a business process and consists of individual steps and paths. In Workflow Manager, this is more than a simple flowchart, as each step can be configured with its own type, properties, options, and style, and paths can be configured to perform specific actions after a step is run. For example, a question step prompts you to answer a question, and a mapping step opens a specific map. When a path is followed, it can change the status of the job or change the person to whom a step is assigned. By designing a workflow with different types of steps and paths, an organization can model end-to-end work that crosses multiple departments, locations, and software products.

Job templates

All jobs are created from a job template that is associated with a workflow diagram. The job template contains the default job properties assigned to a job when it's first created, such as the first person to whom it is assigned; the priority and due date; and any additional job properties that were added by your organization.

Jobs

A job is a single unit of work in the Workflow Manager system. In some organizations, a job might be known as a work order or a task. It can be assigned to a person, many people, or a group, and scheduled for completion by a certain date. It includes the workflow steps to complete and the job's details, outlining its scope. It can also contain additional help for completing steps, attachments, the job's location, and associations to spatial data. Many jobs of the same type can be created in the system.

Job locations

Workflow Manager allows work to be associated with a geographic location that can assist with managing and automating your jobs. The job's location can be defined as a point, line, polygon, or as multipart lines and polygons. You can also use a job's location to streamline jobs as follows:

  • Visualize jobs on a map and change the color of the locations based on attribute values defined in shared charts to create a visual job status dashboard.
  • Use the boundary of a job's location as an input for a geoprocessing tool, model, or script that runs as a step in a workflow.
  • Zoom to a job's location when a map is opened in the Workflow Manager web app.
  • Share a job's location with web or mobile apps.

Workflow Manager user interface

The main parts of the Workflow Manager user interface (UI) are the pages, panels, and workflow canvas. Depending on your duties in your organization, you may only need to use a subset of these elements.

The visibility and functionality of the UI are controlled by user groups, roles, and privileges.

Manage page

The Manage page is used by production managers to create work, monitor and update existing work, and review completed work. It allows organizations to continually monitor and review the status of work.

Manage page overview
ElementDescription

1

Switch between Map & List view, Map view and List view.

2

Expand the Search and Create panels to search for jobs and create jobs using predefined job templates.

3

Search for jobs using shared or recent searches.

4

Choose filters to narrow your search results.

5

View the total number of jobs, new jobs, and overdue jobs that match your search criteria and chosen filters.

6

View summary charts for jobs that match your search criterial and chosen filters. The charts also allow you to visualize jobs in the Map view and change the color of job locations based on attribute values defined in the charts.

7

Expand the Details panel to view more information about the chosen job, view the job's location on a map, and view the job's current step in the workflow diagram. You can also edit job properties and manage job attachments in this panel. The name of the Details panel reflects the name of the chosen job.

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Map controls allow you to zoom in, zoom out, zoom to all, change the base map, and manage layers.

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The Map view allows you to visualize jobs that contain a defined location on a map.

10

Turn map labels on or off.

11

Handles allow you to resize areas of a view by dragging.

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The List view contains jobs that match your search criteria and chosen filters.

Work page

On the Work page, you can search for and complete work on jobs. The following are some common tasks that can also be done on the Work page:

  • Jobs can be created by individuals inside and outside of the organization.
  • Web apps can be opened to edit or review edits made to web maps.
  • Job properties can be managed and jobs can be approved by a workflow administrator.
  • Attachments, such as construction drawings, can be added to jobs.
Work page overview
ElementDescription

1

Expand the Create panel to create jobs using predefined job templates.

2

Search for jobs using predefined searches or custom search terms.

3

Expand the Details panel to view more information about the chosen job, view the job's location on a map, and view the job's current step in the workflow diagram. You can also edit job properties and manage job attachments in this panel. The name of the Details panel reflects the name of the chosen job.

4

Choose filters to narrow your search results.

5

View a list of jobs that match your search criteria and chosen filters.

6

Interact with the jobs and perform your assigned steps. The job tile appears when you start a step.

Design page

The Design page is used by workflow item administrators to create and manage workflow diagrams and job templates and to configure system settings.

Design page overview
ElementDescription

1

Create and manage workflow diagrams.

2

Create and manage job templates.

3

Manage workflow item settings and users.

4

Preview the chosen workflow diagram.

When you click Create New in the Workflow Diagrams panel or a workflow diagram's Edit button on the Design page, the workflow diagram editing page appears and contains the following elements:

Design page with the Step Library panel, workflow canvas, and Settings panel
ElementDescription

1

Choose from a list of predefined step templates that perform specific functions when run as part of a job.

2

Create and edit workflow diagrams using a drag-and-drop interface.

3

Manage workflow diagram settings, spatial data, step details, and paths. The panel name and options depend on the item chosen in the workflow canvas.


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What is Workflow Manager (Classic)

Available with Workflow Manager license.

ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) is an enterprise workflow management application that provides an integration framework for ArcGIS multiuser geodatabase environments. ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) helps address many business challenges that arise in GIS as well as non-GIS environments. Some of the biggest challenges for businesses are:

  • Inconsistent workflows being followed for a common process
  • Little to no information about who performed the work and when it was completed
  • No easy way to monitor the status and progress of work being performed
  • Too much time wasted in gathering information to report to stakeholders
  • People not knowing what they are supposed to work on
  • Difficulty in categorizing historical information related to a specific task performed
  • Managing data versions respective to each task
  • Tracking the tasks that have been temporarily halted

Using Workflow Manager (Classic), you can address not just these challenges but many more and balance the issues caused by cost, time, or data errors.

Workflow cycle

Workflow Manager (Classic) allows you to streamline and standardize your business process as workflows. The management and tracking of tasks performed or temporarily halted due to an issue are simplified. It automatically records information for each activity and provides tools to report information about each task. Workflow Manager (Classic) provides tools for allocating resources and tracking the status and progress of jobs. Various email notifications are provided to notify people of the tasks assigned to them, tasks completed, and spatial data edited, among other activities.

The Standard or Advanced license is required, along with a Workflow Manager (Classic) license, to use Workflow Manager (Classic).

Standardize business process

Any business process can be represented as a workflow using a series of steps connected by paths in Workflow Manager (Classic). Workflows aim to organize and clarify tasks to ensure that no step is missed. Workflow Manager (Classic) provides an easy-to-use drag-and-drop user interface that allows any authorized individual to create effective and elegant workflows for the organization. These workflows can be for GIS implementation, non-GIS, or a hybrid of both as required for your organization.

Standard processes

Create and assign work

In Workflow Manager (Classic), a workflow is executed by creating a unit of work called a job, which stores all the information required to perform and complete the specific task. The job can be created and assigned to an individual who is supposed to perform the initial steps in the workflow. The jobs can be executed by registered Workflow Manager (Classic) users only, within your organization.

Create and assign work

Track progress and reporting

Each job goes through a status life cycle and has a status associated with it at any given point. The status information is readily available on the job. Job information can be queried to identify the who, what, when, and how of activities on all jobs within your organization. The reports provide a real-time view of the jobs in the Workflow Manager (Classic) repository. This allows you to communicate information to stakeholders by defining the contents of the reports. These reports can be executed on the desktop or through the Workflow Manager (Classic) web services.

Process tracking

Assigned work discovery

Workflow Manager (Classic) provides job queries to discover the work assigned to you or your group. These job queries filter the job information to display only the jobs assigned to you and save time. Email notifications are also utilized so a user knows when a job or step is assigned to them.

Version management and history

Workflow Manager (Classic) handles complex geodatabase tasks behind the scenes by assisting the user in the creation and management of versions. An integration of the Workflow Manager (Classic) and ArcGIS geodatabase tools provides a way of tracking feature edits made through the editing tasks using the geodatabase archiving tools. It also logs information for each job activity to provide complete documentation of work performed. A task may be temporarily stopped due to any reason then restarted; it is also recorded in the history.

Version management

Model complex relationships

Workflow Manager (Classic) allows you to model complex relationships using dependencies and parent-child relationships between jobs. An editing job that has a data collection step can be made dependent on the data collection job so that the editing job cannot go beyond the data collection step until the data collection job has been completed. A parcel update job can be designated as a child of a job that represents the update of a subdivision.

Staggered job dependency

Distribute work geographically

Each job can have a spatial extent called the area of interest (AOI). The AOI can be grid based, where each box of the grid represents an individual job. The AOI can also be a freehand drawing or based on existing geographic data such as shapefiles or feature classes. The AOIs can be represented on maps using symbols to represent the status and progress of jobs.

Manage distributed workforce

In some organizations, the GIS work is done by staff in different geographic locations. The network might cause a bottleneck in such situations. By using the repository replication tools available in ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) Administrator, you can share an identical configuration across multiple locations and synchronize the contents to keep track of the GIS work being done at the various locations of your organization.

Distributed workforce

Work offline

Some part of your workflow may be performed in the field or disconnected from the network. Workflow Manager (Classic) provides offline job functionality so that you can still work with your jobs in these situations. With offline jobs you can utilize the workflow management capabilities even when disconnected from the network.

Disconnected job cycle

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