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Celonis Product Documentation

Working with the process model

The Process Adherence Manager interface shows a complete overview of your process model in a layout resembling a subway map. Each subway line represents a specific object being processed, while each stop on the subway line is a specific event within that process.

The data included in the process model is based on the objects and events selected when creating the model. You can also further customize the information shown in the model by applying filters to the available data.

In Process Adherence Manager, you have two ways to mine your process model:

  1. Update the model via Edit mode: Click the Edit mode button in the upper right to adjust what is included in the process model. You can also click the Edit Target Model button to update the specific object types or event types included in the process model, as well as selecting additional variants.

  2. Control the model using filters: Filters are your way to control the objects and events shown in the process model. Applying filters reduces the data available for a particular model and limits what is shown in the model.

Map legend

The Map legend defines the notations and semantics of the process model, such as the meaning of the different shapes, lines, and icons used in the model. Click the Legend button in the lower right corner of Process Adherence Manager to view the Map legend.

Search the process model

The Search field allows you to search for specific events or objects within your process model and jump directly to that specific place within the process model. To search your model, click the Search icon (ps_search_icon.png) to the right of the process model graph and enter your criteria in the Search field.


As you enter your search criteria, any events or objects matching your criteria are displayed and the colored squares indicate which object type it is included in. Click on any search result to go directly to that object or event in the process model.