Wednesday Nov 02, 2011

Case Management in BPM 11g

Oracle BPM 11g & Case Management

I've seen many customers using BPM 11g to develop a case-management solution, and I've seen many questions on forums asking whether BPM 11g supports case-management. The current plan is, that BPM 12g will be a much better fit for more dynamic case-management than BPM 11g, however using BPM 11g is not trying to force a square peg into a round hole, more like fitting it in a rectangular hole.... the fit is good but there are some gaps which need to be filled outside of BPM 11g, but it can be done elegantly. More than this, any effort in producing a case-management solution in BPM 11g can easily be re-used in BPM 12g with the added bells & whistles this is currently planned to bring.

The intention of this blog is to provide a simple and proven pattern for case-management in BPM 11g and given time, in subsequent blogs, build this up into a working solution.....

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Building a custom worklist using the BPM APIs

 

This series of posts demonstrates how to build a custom worklist using the BPM and Human Workflow APIs.  The sample is built ond Spring Web MVC with a JSP/JSTL user interface.  The logic that talks to BPM is located in a single package, to make it easy to replace the front end UI technology.

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What BPM adds to SOA

 

We get a lot of questions about the differences between BPEL and BPMN (SOA and BPM) - when to use each, the relative strengths and weaknesses, etc.  This article provides an overview of the differences and similarities.

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Tuesday Nov 01, 2011

Building a job dispatcher in BPM -or- Iterating over collections in BPM

 

This post presents a way to iterate over collections/arrays in BPM 11g, in this case looking at an example of a 'job dispatcher' which takes a different action on each member of the collection, based on its type.

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