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Workflows and domain separation

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Workflows and domain separation

When domain separation is enabled, workflows and workflow activities inherit the domain of the user who publishes or creates them.

While workflows are managed by multiple tables, only the following tables are used for domain separation features:
Note: The Workflow Version table [wf_workflow_version] table does not contain a domain field; Workflow Version records inherit their domain from the parent Workflow record.

The workflow editor displays a workflow's domain in the title bar after the workflow name.

Figure 1. Workflow editor domain