Creating a ModelTo create a new model, click on the "New model" button in the toolbar or right-click on the navigation group you'd like to create your model in and select "New model".
The "Create new model" dialogue, prompts you to enter a name and description for your model. The name is displayed in the modeller and forms designer. The description is shown as a tooltip in the modeller. The description shown to website users when they interact with your model using the self Service or User Requests templates is set when you are editing the model itself, see Editing a Model for more information.
Click the "Create" button to create the new model and open the editor. Creating a new model adds an entry to iCM's security/audit log.
Copying a ModelInstead of designing a new business process model from scratch, you can copy an existing model to use as a starting point.
In the "Models" list, choose the model that you would like to copy and then click on the "Copy this model" button. You'll be prompted to enter a name and description, just like when creating a new model.
Deleting a ModelIf you no longer want or need an existing business process model, it can be deleted. Any processes previously deployed from the model will remain in place.
In the "Models" list, choose the model that you would like to delete and then click on the "Delete model" button in the toolbar. This displays a confirmation dialogue that includes details of the model you are about to remove. Click "Ok" once you are happy to continue with the deletion. Deleting a model adds an entry to iCM's security/audit log.
Unlike other areas of iCM, the process modeller does not maintain version history, so there is no way to restore deleted models. If deployed processes exist for a deleted model it is possible to Extract an Editable Model from a Process.