Thursday Dec 08, 2011

Source Code Control (SVN) and Team Development with ALBPM and OBPM 10g

Source code control is essential to managing the life-cycle of an application. Plus, it facilitates a predictable deployment practice. This document discusses how to use the SVN code repository to manage ALBPM and OBPM 10g projects. This document concludes with a suggested procedure for allowing development teams to submit their changes to a source code repository, which can then be deployed by system administrators to the BPM engines.

Several BPM consultants have provided input to this document. And, it represents a compilation of their experiences.


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Thursday Dec 01, 2011

Welcome to the BPM in practice blog!

Hello and welcome to this space on Oracle blogs dedicated to practical implementation of Oracle's BPM Suite and surrounding technologies.  This space is designed to host dozens of guest bloggers from the ranks of Oracle engineers, field solutions consultants, architects and general developers.  The goal is to disseminate practical guidelines and examples from actual implementations or proof of concept exercises.  Our hope is that it not only promotes greater use but better and more defined use of Oracle's BPM Suite by those who have engaged it's powerful capabilities.

As best practices, design patterns and common use cases emerge or are refined they will be discussed in detail here for the good of the BPM community.  Technical deep dives and short hands-on lab-like posts will also be a regular part of the menu so stay tuned and enjoy.

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