A set of decision points which determine the flow between the Process Steps used to perform a Business Process.
The typical use of Process Control is to determine what happens next after a Process Step is executed. The possible paths, and the decision criteria, associated with a Process Control are specified as part of designing a production process, captured in a Process Control Design. There is typically a very close relationship between the design of a process and the design of a Process Control.
|The event which triggered the control.|
|Success or error, typically using a coded value.|