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Adding orchestrations

Updated on April 26, 2021

Orchestrations are not supplied and must be added beginning with 8.7. This can be accomplished by selecting Add orchestration. This presents the Add orchestration screen displaying the fields needed for the orchestration. On selecting Submit, the new orchestration is added to the available list of orchestrations for claims processing. The derive orchestration decision table includes orchestration names of adjudication, adjustment, and error handling. Orchestrations with these names can be added. Using additional or custom names requires updates to the decision table as well. At a minimum, an error handling orchestration containing the event review module must be added to the implementation layer. The fields are:

Orchestration ID*Brief name or description of the orchestration. This description is used by the application whenever there is a reference required for the orchestration being processed, for example, Pricing processing or Adjustment processing.
Orchestration initialization *A collection rule that can be used to initialize any values pre-run or perform any pre-run logic.
Orchestration finalization *A collection rule that can be used to finalize any values post-run or add any extensions to the orchestration for client driven processing.
Orchestration next stepA collection rule that is executed on completion of the orchestration.

The list of sequences associated with the orchestration in the order that they are executed.

Adding sequences to the orchestration is achieved by selecting the + Add Sequence button and then selecting the sequence from the list. Sequences can be deleted from the list by selecting the trashcan icon. Sequences can be re-ordered by selecting the icon and dragging the sequence to the new location.

Note: Fields with an * Asterix are required

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