eWorkflows are electronic procedures for automating laboratory processes that are related to chromatographic analysis.

An eWorkflow contains a set of templates (such as templates for instrument methods, view settings, or reports) and a set of rules. The rules define various parameters of an eWorkflow, for example, the sequence layout (such as the maximum number of unknown injections allowed between calibration standards), and the list of instruments in the network that are suitable for the analysis. When you start an eWorkflow, it will create a sequence with predefined associated files and a well-defined structure.

The list of available eWorkflows is visible in the navigation pane. An overview of the instruments (including their statuses) that can be used with the selected eWorkflow is displayed in the work area. From here you can launch an eWorkflow and will be guided through the process of creating an appropriate sequence.


For more information about creating and using eWorkflows, refer to the Creating eWorkflows topic in the Chromeleon 7 Help.

By means of eWorkflow tags, you can organize eWorkflows into groups to reduce a large list of eWorkflows to only the eWorkflows of interest to you or a group of users.


For more information, refer to the Managing Data: Organize eWorkflows topic in the Chromeleon 7 Help.