BPM Suite 12c: Getting started with BPM Studio (JDeveloper) and Process Composer using Process Asset Manager (PAM) by Lucas Jellema
By Juergenkress-Oracle on Mar 26, 2015
We see a clear trend with Oracle BPM Suite that the Process Composer – the browser based modeling IDE – is getting richer in functionality. Before too long, virtually all modeling/design and many implementation activities will be supported by Process Composer. With the upcoming Process Cloud Service where the process is created in its entirety through browser based tooling, this is of course necessary.
It will be a common practice to work on business processes both in Process Composer and in BPM Studio (JDeveloper). Exchanging the process definition between these two environments is essential for smooth collaboration. In this article, I provide some pointers to get going with Process Composer in BPM Suite 12c (12.1.3) and the interaction with BPM Studio – based on the Process Asset Manager (PAM) as well as ‘plain’ export/import.
Getting started with BPM Process Composer
Process Composer is available at http://host:port/bpm/composer.
the home page, there are several areas that you can step into: business
architecture and BPM processes are the main ones. To create a new BPM
project, click on the plus icon in the BPM Project title area. Provide
the name and description of the project and select an existing or new
space. Read the complete article here.
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