As the number of possible workflow combinations is very large, we will focus on a single example.
- Filters for entities who have VIP status and registration dates after
April 1st, 2021.
- Screens the remaining entities with CSI watchdog, rejecting all entities who return with the status
- Sends the remaining entities for ID verification with Socure, and rejects entities who return with outcome
Reject, or requests resubmission for those who return with
- Checks the remaining entities' documents IDology, and requests resubmission for those who return with
- Accepts remaining entities.
- Go to Verifications > Workflows and give your workflow a name and description.
- Select your desired final outcomes and drag them to the bottom of the pane. Then add your starting process. These don't have to be the first steps, but they make the process easier to conceptualize.
- Choose the outcomes Reject, Resubmit, and Accept, and the start process as Logic Process.
- Draw a link between LOGIC and Reject, select the link, then click Edit conditions from the list menu.
- Add two rules,
status == VIPand
registered_at > 01.04.2021
- note: for help with the logical expressions, see the article [Using rule filters]
- Under ID verifications, add the CSI Watchdog process. Draw a link from LOGIC to CSI Watchdog. By default, this sends all non-rejected entities to watchdog.
- Draw a link from CSI WATCHDOG to REJECT. Edit the condition, as in step (2). This time, add the rule
- Drag in the Socure process. Draw a link from CSI WATCHDOG to Socure.
- Add the reject and resubmit verifications for the Socure process.
- Add the final, doc verification process, IDology. Draw a link from Socure to Idology, then add the Resubmit and Reject conditions.
- Save your workflow.
You can now use your workflow for Batch Uploads or pass its
workflow_ID to your developers and have it run every time an entity is created/updated via the APIs.
All processes must have at least one
DEFAULTcondition. This condition handles all entities that do not satisfy the predefined conditions.
Updated about 1 year ago