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Celonis Product Documentation


Central property management

Model and define objects

Objects can be created in a hierarchy and/or list structure. Processes to which they are linked are listed.

Detail objects with HTML editor attributes

Objects can be graphically designed and further detailed.

Detailing objects with attributes

You can add further attributes to objects.

Connecting objects with other objects

Specific mutual linking possibilities can represent dependencies of glossary elements.

Release Object Versions

Objects can be released analogous to processes. If the author and the person responsible are the same person, release by this one person is possible.

Create an object version.

New versions of (released) objects can be created to revise them.

Consolidate objects

Redundant objects can be consolidated with others if they have not already been linked to processes.

Filter objects

In the list view, objects can be filtered by name, and you can also search by name.

Create IDs for objects.

Each versionable element can be assigned a unique ID number. The ID number to be generated can be defined so that, for example, a prefix also facilitates assignment to the information type.

Structure objects hierarchically

The majority of objects can be displayed in a hierarchical structure, which can be deactivated individually (e.g., for systems).

Disable architecture in the system facet

The hierarchical structure/architecture can be deactivated for the SYSTEMS facet. This serves to optimize performance.

Organise inputs/outputs in your architecture

Objects can be sorted hierarchically and by category in the "Business Objects" facet.

Store documents and link them to processes

Documents or other attachments can be added to the objects, which can then be assigned to processes.

Evaluation groups Display connections to other objects/diagrams.

You can see which processes are used for each object. The objects are grouped for a clearer presentation.