Create Workflows in Geocortex Web and Geocortex Mobile

If you use Geocortex Web or Geocortex Mobile, you can create workflows in Web Designer or Mobile Designer. Web Designer and Mobile Designer offer a variety of workflow templates that allow you to add a working workflow to your app, without having to leave Web Designer or Mobile Designer. You can modify the workflow at any time later by clicking the Open in Geocortex Workflow link in Web Designer or Mobile Designer.

We recommend basing your workflows on a template whenever possible. Using a template ensures that the workflow is built on a firm foundation.

The templates in Geocortex Web and Geocortex Mobile are different than the templates and samples in Geocortex Workflow.

Create Workflows in Geocortex Web

Geocortex Web provides a variety of built-in workflow templates that perform common tasks like geocoding or reverse geocoding, buffering, managing attachments, getting attributes or related records, routing, and much more. The available templates depend on the menu that runs the workflow. For example, the I Want To menu offers different templates than Feature Actions menus offer.

Templates are especially useful for creating workflows that take run-time inputs. The templates offered by a Feature Actions menu operate on the current feature set, which is passed to the workflow as a run-time input. Similarly, the templates offered by the Map Context menu operate on the map location that the user right-clicked.

You can use feature action templates to learn how to access information about features (for example, title, description, ID, and geometry type), their geometries (for example, extent, latitude and longitude, and x, y, and z coordinates), and the layers they belong to (for example, ID, path or URL, scale range, and visibility). Similarly, you can learn how to access geometry and map information from the Map Context templates.

See also...

Create a New Workflow for an App in the Geocortex Web documentation

Create Workflows in Geocortex Mobile

Geocortex Mobile provides a variety of built-in workflow templates that perform common tasks like geocoding or reverse geocoding, buffering, managing attachments, getting attributes or related records, and much more. The available templates depend on the menu that runs the workflow. For example, the I Want To menu offers different templates than Feature Actions menus offer.

Templates are especially useful for creating workflows that take run-time inputs. The templates offered by a Feature Actions menu operate on the current feature set, which is passed to the workflow as a run-time input.

You can use feature action templates to learn how to access information about features (for example, title, description, ID, and geometry type), their geometries (for example, extent, latitude and longitude, and x, y, and z coordinates), and the layers they belong to (for example, ID, path or URL, scale range, and visibility).

See also...

Use a Built-in Workflow Template in the Geocortex Mobile documentation