Getting Started with Oracle BPM Suite 11gR1 - A Hands-On by Heidi Buelow, Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Prasen Palvankar, Meera

By Heidi Buelow, Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Prasen Palvankar, Meera Srinivasan

This absolutely illustrated step by step educational is predicated on confirmed education content material that has been hugely praised through countless numbers of builders in product education classes given as a part of the BPM Suite 11g rollout. you are going to construct a enterprise technique software venture iteratively with each one bankruptcy introducing new expertise parts and including a practical increment. every one bankruptcy comes with a operating resolution to your reference. you should use the answer to begin the academic at any aspect or to leap round to the chapters finest to you. This transparent and designated educational is ideal for either new and skilled enterprise strategy builders, procedure architects, and technique analysts searching for a realistic and hands-on method of studying Oracle BPM Suite 11g.

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Compared to the processes that guide data exchange between applications, business processes also typically engage more roles, often played by human participants, and involve complicated decision making, some of which requires sophisticated articulation of business rules; some others require live actions by the human participants. Depending on the situation, certain tasks in a business process may have to be transferred from one participant to the other. In some cases, a business task may require joint activity of several participants, as in collaboration.

It shows a possible deployment topology. In this topology, an external load balancer is used as well as Oracle RAC database configuration. In the figure above, two nodes—BPM1 and BPM2—run the WebLogic server configured with managed servers for running SOA/BPM, BAM, and WebCenter. The managed servers are configured in an active-active manner. Depending on the hardware specs of the underlying physical servers, it may be preferable to run BAM and/or WebCenter on different nodes as shown in the next diagram: [ 34 ] Chapter 3 The figure above shows alternative deployment topology.

Product Architecture Design environment Oracle BPM includes two design tools—JDeveloper-based BPM Studio and web-based Process Composer. User-centric design tools Process Composer is targeted at line-of-business (LOB) process owners, business users, and business analysts. BPM Studio is targeted at process analysts/architects and developers. Both of these tools are in turn role based and provide different users a different experience, based on and optimized for their role selection. These two design tools work on the same metadata artifacts (that is, no generation or translation) that are shared between the two using Oracle Meta Data Store (MDS).

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