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You need dialogs so that an executor can enter a human task during the process pass. In this video tutorial we will show how a dialog is modeled based on the example of the human task "Evaluate change request". The human task used for this example can be found in the "Governance Automation Models" reference database. Switch to the "Dialogs" module and select "New/Dialog". Enter the name. You can enter the meaningful name of the dialog as a description as well. Select the group in which you want to save the new dialog. The dialog is created.

The "Layout hierarchy" pane displays the elements that make up the dialog. The "Elements" pane shows the elements you can model in the dialog. You can define the properties of a dialog element or dependencies between elements in the "Properties" pane. Model a text box and enter "Model name" as the name. Enable "Write protection" on the "Data" tab. Add another text box as mandatory input. Model the applicant. Enable as a validation that an e-mail address must be entered in order for the applicant to be notified. The validation is evaluated while the dialog is running.

You can already check how the dependencies and the validation will behave at runtime during modeling. When you have finished the dialog, it could look like this:

You just saw how you can create, model and use a dialog.