Saturday Sep 26, 2015

Process Data Definition – Part II… and Web form introduction by Red Maveriks

clip_image002So here’s our new article, completing the data definition series. We’ll build the remaining Business and Data Objects as well as build our first web form based on those objects.

Using your data inside the Request a Parking Space process

Last time, we saw how we defined the data that will be governed by our Business Process.

Now it’s time to make use of it during the process execution. It’s this data that will be input, manipulated and condition the actual process flow for every process instance.

If you remember from the last article, you had some homework

You had to build the Parking Space Business Object. Check what you did against our proposal. It should feature the same attributes, give or take a few…

Parking Space

  • Space Nr.
  • Reservation Start Date&Time
  • Reservation End Date&Time
  • Reserved for
  • AllSpacesOccupied?
  • Meeting with
  • Employee Nr

Important Note: Remember that processes govern data, they don’t keep it. Data is kept in the database. That’s how you have to think.

Again, the purpose of this series is to help business analysts and process owners model and automate processes without writing any code, so we’ll assume that the IT department did their work and expose some services that check if there’s a parking space available for the time slot that the requester wishes to reserve and, if so, returns the information defined in the Parking Space Business Object, and if not, returns an response that indicates all parking spaces are occupied.

Remaining Data Objects

Let’s create our remaining data objects: one for the parking space and one of our special data objects that help us govern the process flow, an instance of the ProcessStatusBO.

Inside the process BPMN diagram, click on the Data Objects option Read the complete article here.

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Sunday Jun 08, 2014

BPM Workspace and Webforms customization by Bruno Neves Alves

Under the propose of a project customization customization on BPM workspace and designed webforms were applied using custom css and used as skin and as webforms theme. Its important also to highlight that a workspace skin appliance is enough to bring customization to your webforms since they will inherit the workspace skin customization, nevertheless, themes offers you the possibility to enrich that customization or even to overlap it if desired. This blog post shares my experience trying what is available today as sample from Oracle Samples site but also how I found it starting from scratch.
I have follow the following contents to achieve a full workspace and webforms customization: Read the complete article here.

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