IT Procedures define procedures for processes.
The document type it-procedure provides the following properties:
Please note that only information about specific properties is provided here. Common document property used by all document types are documented by Document Properties.
Procedures may be composed. This is a reference to the superordinate procedure.
The value is typically automatically provided by the parent document.
Specify the type of the IT procedure to organize them.
Use the IT Procedure Type Doctype to define types of procedures.
List the roles that take part in running this procedure.
While the Audience property describes the groups of readers interested in this document, the Roles property describe the roles that actually take part in it.
Typically all roles involved are part of the audience, unless their part is passive.
Describe the procedure and the people involved to run it.
List detailed instructions of work associated with this procedure.
Use the Work Instruction Doctype to provide these details.
Complex or long procedures may be broken up into a number of procedure document instances.
As long as the subprocedures are not shared, add them as children to this document. If a procedure is shared, put it to the homepage of procedures.