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Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 supports 4 types of processes: workflows, dialogs, actions, and business process flows. Business process flows are commonly used to define the steps in which users enter data to achieve an outcome. They are displayed at the top of a form as a process bar.
Business process flows can be created for 25 system entities, as well as any custom entity that has the Business Process Flow attribute enabled. Keep in mind that once this attribute is enabled, it cannot be disabled, as shown in the entity configuration screen below.
The purpose of this post is to share how you can install the “ready-to-use” business process flows to your CRM system. Once they have been added to the system, they can serve as a basis for creating custom business process flow definitions.
If this was helpful for you, PowerObjects has a lot of additional resources on business process flows in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013:
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