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  • May 10, 2014

BPM : Case Management API’s By Venugopal Mangipudi

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption

With the release of SOA Suite, Adaptive case management is now part of the tool. It is an interesting addition to the tool and the person modeling the requirements, as it will allow for designing more AD-HOC processes. For a very good overview of the features of ACM in OBPM  the series of articles by the Oracle A-Team is really great. For the current article, I want to attempt to show the usage of the Case Management API's by building a Java client, as I did not find a lot of information except for the Case Management API documentation.

For this example I have built and deployed the case management example found here. Also for a API usage of raising custom events I had built a very simple Case Management project found here.

I will cover the following use-cases to show the usage of the Case Management API's:

  • Search for all Active Cases
  • Search for all Closed Cases
  • Search for all Active cases in a particular case project
  • Search for a particular case based on the Case Id
  • Add comments to a Case
  • Retrieve the List of Comments on a Case
  • Retrieve the Case Data on a Case
  • Raise a User Defined Event
  • Close the Case
  • Reopen the Case

The following are the steps/code to create the Client application to interact with the case:

  • Jdeveloper Application Creation and Client Project Creation:

Create a New Generic Application  in JDeveloper and give it a name (for example, CaseManagementAPIUsage). In the Application create a Java  Based Project and give it a name (for example, CaseManagementAPIUsageJavaProject) and also provide a default package name (for example,  com.cm.apiusage).

  • Java Project Classpath and Libraries setup:

Add the following jar's to the Java Path: Read the complete article here.

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