Community Share Publisher Guide

Document created by Adam Arrowsmith Employee on Sep 7, 2017Last modified by Adam Arrowsmith Employee on May 15, 2018
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Interested in sharing something cool you've built with your fellow Community members? Awesome! Here's how to do it.


By using the Community Share, you agree to the Community Share Terms of Use.




How to Share

  1. Prepare your AtomSphere process and components into a single folder. See tips below.
  2. In AtomSphere Setup > Account Information, enable a Support Access Role with at least Build Read Only permissions.
  3. Complete the Community Share Submission Form.
  4. We'll contact you shortly to confirm receipt of your submission.
  5. We'll then perform a security review of your processes. Turnaround time varies depending on volume of requests and complexity of processes, but is typically within a few business days. We'll contact you via email if any questions or issues.
    • It is important to note this is not an end-to-end functional validation--the process will not be tested to verify it does what it claims.
  6. After passing the security review, we'll publish and send you a final confirmation with the link to your new listing.


Updating an Existing Listing

If you need to make an update to an existing listing, use the same Community Share Submission Form and be sure to include your current listing URL.


Note: Your listing URL will remain the same but the underlying Process Library URL will be different.


Configuration Tips

Here are some best practices and tips for preparing your assets for sharing.


Integration Processes

  1. Organize process(es) and components under a single folder in your account. If want to share multiple processes, create a master process and use disconnected Process Call shapes to reference the other processes.
  2. Only process components can be shared. Avoid use of or dependencies on APIs, Flow Services, Process Route, Processing Group, Custom Library components.
  3. Adopt and follow consistent component naming and process style conventions.
  4. Make sure your process shape layout is logical and readable.
  5. IMPORTANT! Document your processes and components using component descriptions and shape labels. Do NOT use Sticky Notes.
  6. Remove personal connection info, any static emails, etc.


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