Activities tie events together. Receiving an event triggers an activity that triggers downstream events. In this video, learn how about activities by adding them to your event map.
- [Instructor] So before we can do anything else, … we've got to go look at how was that first flow interact … with the warehousing flow … that I've been putting aside for the moment. … So, the order has been accepted, … there are activities that have to happen … after the order has been accepted, … so let's get some of those in place. … First of all I have to initiate the shipping process. … And then I'm going to have to create my pick list, … in order for there to be a pick list created, … I have to create the pick list. … After I initiate the shipping process … that will cause the shipping label to be created … and the pick list here is created … as part of creating the pick list, obviously. … Once the label has been created, … we then need to register that fact with our system … so that if something comes up … and we have to get into customer service … we can deal with that. … So let's go over here and add, … shipping info to customer account. … By the same token, once the pick list has been created, …
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