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Configuration Properties

Server URL: The myInvenio API Server URL

API-Account: The API-Account from your myInvenio account (for this information, look at the profile of your myInvenio account)

 

API-Key: The API-Key from your myInvenio account (for this information, look at the profile of your myInvenio account)

Process-Id: The Project-key of your process (for this information, look at the profile of your myInvenio account)

Data Limit: Limit of the data rows that will be used for the workflow model and are transmitted to myInvenio (consider the myInvenio-API per request data-limit of your account, e.g. 2000 rows per request)

JIRA User: To ensure that all issues are taken into account and the transitions are collected you must specify a JIRA user who has appropriate permissions. We recommend you create a new user specifically with these permissions to ensure that every transition is processed. 
NOTE: Consider that all the generated workflowmodels will include the worktransitions and statuses at the permission level from the selected user.

JIRA Project: The project to use the plugin with/ the plugin you want to create the process mining workflow model from

Refresh Timer: Interval in minutes to run the update scheduler. (consider the myInvenio-API request limitation of your account, e.g. 200 request within 6 hours). Since you have a established connection to your myInvenio Process a JobRunner will be initialized to keep your new Transitions synchronized with your myInvenio Process. In This field you can specify in minutes how big the interval should be where the new Transitions will be uploaded.

Update workflow: Triggers the update of the workflow model