BPM 11g Hands-on-lab


We had a very successful hand-on-lab (HOL) for BPM Suite 11g at OOW 2009. Some of the features touched upon at this lab are:


  • BPM Studio - BPMN 2.0 modeling and simulation unified into Oracle stack while preserving its business friendliness

  • Rich Forms - Rich forms including screen flow trains and drag-and-drop leveraging ADF

  • Dynamic BPM - Business administrator having the ability to view the approval chain and override it

  • Process Composer - Web based BPMN 2.0 editor including a business catalog of pre-wired and pre-configured components for business user customization of processes



We intended to show EM based monitoring of BPMN but ran out of time. Some of you may have actually tried it and some may have seen an error - turns out that address for the page needed to be changed to "localhost" from "bpmlab". (These are the issues you run into when you create the lab in one box and then replicate it throughout the classroom).

Many of you asked for a copy of the lab, which being a green company, we were not handing out. While it will be posted on the OOW content site, we have also posted it here.

Please use the comments section to provide us feedback.

If you missed the lab on Sunday, we are repeating it on:

Monday at 11:30 AM in Hilton Hotel, Continental Ballroom 5.

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