This Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model training is ideal for process developers who want to learn how to implement a BPM process model. It also teaches you how to collaborate and support the needs of process analysts in their role as modelers and co-implementers of the process.


Learn To:

  • Define the underlying implementation for processing user tasks, business rule tasks and service tasks.
  • Manage the flow of information through a business process by mapping data objects into and out of gateways and business rules.
  • Integrate data objects into the design of human task forms.
  • Create more complex process models to meet your business needs.
  • Use different types of events, including message, signal and timer events.
  • Manage synchronous and asynchronous communication between processes and sub-processes, peer processes and other services.
  • Understand exception handling and UI customization.

Integration with SOA Suite

Since OBPM is closely integrated with SOA Suite, this course will also help you develop a clear understanding of how OBPM integrates with SOA in both the run-time and the development environment. Expert Oracle University instructors will help you develop this knowledge through a combination of instruction and hands-on exercises.

Recommended Prerequisite Knowledge

It addresses a more technical audience than the OBPM 11g Modeling course. It assumes that you already understand the basics of process modeling and know how to use the modeling tools of BPM Studio.

Audience

  • Application Developers
  • Developer
  • Process Developer

Required Prerequisites

  • Experience creating process models using the Oracle BPM modeling tools (Business Process Composer and BPM Studio)
  • Experience with JDeveloper or other Java IDEs
  • Familiarity with web application and web service architectures, object oriented language concepts and some experience programming with JavaScript
  • Oracle By Example (OBE): Building Your First Process with Oracle BPM 11g

Suggested Prerequisites

  • Familiarity and some experience with SOA Suite
  • Oracle BPM 11g Essentials
  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Essential Concepts
  • Some familiarity with JavaScript
  • Some understanding of the SOA architecture XML Fundamentals Ed 1.1 NEW

Course Objectives

  • Customize the BPM Workspace by hiding panels land tabs, inserting external links, using Flex Field based columns, and using custom skins
  • The Process Composer interface to create web forms to implement a human task process Composer Users
  • Use the Process Composer interface to create web forms to implement a human task
  • Create complex business rules sing decision tables
  • Define approval flows using the SOA human workflow editor
  • Define data associations using data objects and expressions
  • Create expressions to define conditional branching
  • Describe some best practices for team development of the ADF user interface
  • Implement service tasks
  • Send a message to a BPEL process from a BPMN process
  • Explain how the integrated WebLogic server can be used to host web forms
  • Use a Notification activity to send an email from a process
  • Send and receive messages of various types to/from another process, subprocess, or peer process
  • Handle exceptions thrown within the process and from external sources
  • Describe and explain the various options available for creating a completely custom user interface for the BPM process
  • Course Topics

    Overview of Oracle BPM Process Implementation
    Review of Oracle BPM Architecture
    Review of BPM Modeling
    Overview of the Development Environment:
    About Process Accelerators
    Introducing the SalesQuote Model

    A Collaboration: Developer and Process Analyst
    Collaborative Process Design: An Overview
    Introducing Process Composer
    Creating project templates for the Business Process Composer user Discussing the Developer’s role in supporting the process analyst

    Using Business Objects
    Working with information in a process
    Explaining Data Objects and their scope
    About Data object types and their representation
    Describing Data mapping and association
    Creating a Business Object
    Declaring Process and Project Data Objects
    Defining business indicators

     

    Implementing User Tasks

    Overview of human tasks
    Creating a human task
    About Human task patterns
    Explaining Parameters and data association
    About Task forms

    Writing Expressions and Initializing Variables
    Introducing expressions
    About Simple expressions
    About XPath expressions
    About XSL transformations
    Discussing a more advanced XPath example
    Using expressions in conditional transitions

    Building Web Forms in Business Process Composer
    Overview of Web Forms
    Introducing the Web Form Designer
    About the Development Approach
    Adding Components to a Web Form
    Customizing Components of a Web Form
    Adding Form Rules to a Web Form

    Implementing Business Rule Tasks
    Overview of Business Rule
    Discussing Rulesets and Bucketsets
    About Globals
    Creating business rules
    Testing business rules

    Defining Human Workflows
    Overview of Human workflow
    About Patterns
    Defining human workflows
    About Task options
    Defining and using parametric roles
    The ApproveDeal human workflow: An example

    Implementing Service Tasks
    Overview of Services and References
    Overview of Service Adapters
    Overview of Mediators and BPEL Services
    Creating a Service Task

    Overview of Events
    Overview of events
    More on Timer events
    More on Signal events
    Discussing the exclusive XOR Event Gateway

    Controlling and Organizing the Process Flow
    Overview of Subprocesses
    About the embedded subprocess
    About the reusable subprocess
    About the event subprocess
    Interrupting or altering the process flow
    About Peer process communication
    About Interprocess communication
    Setting up an interprocess communication using Message events

    Handling Exceptions in the BPM Process
    Overview of Exception handling
    About System events and Business events
    Handling errors for an activity and a subprocess
    Handling errors at the process level
    Discussing Error events
    Error handling in a reusable subprocess
    Error handling in a called peer process
    Explaining Policy driven exception handling

    Developing the User Interface using ADF – An Introduction Overview of ADF
    Explaining some fundamentals of JSF
    About Task Forms and task flows
    Working with the ADF page editor
    Explaining UI Development and Deployment
    Using the Integrated WebLogic Server for UI development Working in parallel with a UI development team
    Managing code lines

    User Interface Options
    Making the Process UI your own – what are your options? Customizing the ADF Workspace
    Discussing Custom UIs and the APIs
    Creating an ADF Custom UI
    Creating a Non-ADF Custom UI (this is just a high level overview) About The Process Spaces Alternative Workspace

     

     

     

     

    Duration: 5 Days