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QuickFlow – Makes Working with Banner Zoom-Zoom:
If there is a process that you do in Banner on a regular basis, you can set up a QuickFlow. A QuickFlow is a function in Banner that will take you to a series of pre-defined forms in the order that you design. QuickFlows are simple to create and even easier to use.
QuickFlow processing uses the following forms:
➢ QuickFlow Validation Form (GTVQUIK). Defines a QuickFlow code and description.
➢ QuickFlow Definition Form (GUAQUIK). Specifies the sequence of forms and assigns a four-character identifier for executing the flow of forms.
➢ QuickFlow Form (GUAQFLW). Let’s you enter the identifier and access the first form in the QuickFlow. When you exit the first form, the next form in the sequence is automatically accessed. This process continues until all forms in the QuickFlow have been accessed and exited. At this point, you can execute the QuickFlow again or exit to the location where you called the QuickFlow.
Creating a QuickFlow:
- Determine the purpose of your QuickFlow, and identify all forms that must be accessed for the tasks you wish to perform. For example:
- Naming a QuickFlow
➢ Access the QuickFlow Code Validation page (GTVQUIK)