When teams work on an Oracle BPM project, they can use the Process Asset Manager (PAM) to collaborate on the project. Oracle BPM 12c PAM helps Process developers using BPM Studio (JDeveloper) to collaborate with analysts using the Oracle BPM Composer. Team members can ‘publish’ or ‘commit’ BPM artifacts into PAM and ‘check-out’ or ‘update’ BPM artifacts from PAM. The Oracle BPM 12c PAM also supports versioning functionality. It’s basically a subversion repository that is (more...)
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A Manual Process in Oracle BPM Suite 12c is a process that the user starts through a Human Task.
In this post we will create a BPM Process to add employees through a Human Task and generate a XML file through File Adapter.
Download the sample application: BpmHelloWorldApp.zip.
Create a new BPM Application, name it as BpmHelloWorldApp and click Finish.
Right-click the project name and choose New > BPMN 2.0 Process.
In the (more...)
Getting Started with BPM - Episode 1: BPMN Overview [40 minutes]
Meera Srinivasan, Director of Product Management for Oracle Business Process Management Suite, explains how Oracle BPM Suite uses BPMN models for process design and analysis. She then describes the four major groups of BPMN constructs: activities, gateways, events, and subprocesses.
Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-Oriented
Architecture (SOA) provide enterprise-level IT environments the benefits
of flexibility, versatility, and a relative ease-of-use that makes BPM
attractive to business managers and SOA to IT executives.
BPM has become the go-to solution for optimizing a wide range of business processes and improving an organization’s efficiency and agility. BPM’s popularity is due in large part to the way it can seamlessly integrate a variety of human, document, and system-based (more...)
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Any IT organization sooner or later has to deal with such thing as Continuous Delivery (CD). They realize that there are various environments such as development, QA, support, UAT, production, etc. and there are a number of different systems working in those environments. At some point managing all that stuff manually becomes just impossible and should be automated. There is a plenty of available tools on the market allowing you to automate build and deploy (more...)
In a recent project (developed using SOA Suite 11g) one of the requirements was to filter out certain lines of an order as these lines should not be forwarded to the business partners. In a first version we looped over all lines of the order and used a transformation activity within the loop to add each line to the response element. In case the line should not be added to the response we just ignored (more...)
this article I will talk about my first conclusions and my point of
view regarding Microservice Architectures. As there is still quite a lot
of confusion and debate out there on this topic, I will try to describe
with my own words what Microservice Architecture is, how does it differ
from typical Service Oriented Architectures (SOA) and what design
principles and practices governs it.
What is a Microservice Architecture?
In the article http://martinfowler.com/articles/microservices. (more...)
For an organization to respond in real-time it needs to acquire or develop systems
that can respond in real-time. Such systems need to be able to rapidly
determine that a response is required and determine also what the
appropriate and relevant response should be – they need to decide when
and how to act. These kinds of decision-making systems are known as
Decision Management Systems. To ensure that a response is delivered in
real-time, more (more…)