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Preface using barcode encoder for none control to generate, create none image in none applications. GS1 General Specifications The authors of none none this book are part of the Oracle BPM Suite product management team, and the book benefits from their in-depth experience of the product. The content is based on dozens of successful BPM Suite trainings conducted by the author team; these trainings have been rolled out world-wide and have been well received by a large audience of Oracle consultants, partners, and customers. Since the goal of this book is to get the reader quickly ramped up on the use of the product, it focuses more on breadth of features rather than on depth in that sense it is not a reference manual or a handbook.

However, from the outcomes of the many trainings that we have already done, we do expect that this tutorial will provide you with a very good understanding of what is possible with the BPM Suite 11g tool set and thus will help you choose the right feature for the problem in hand.. What this book covers The principal none for none aim of this book is to get you operational with the Oracle BPM Suite 11g R1 product quickly and easily. In this spirit, the largest part of this book is dedicated towards a set of hands-on step-by-step exercises that build a realistic BPM application that you can deploy, test, run, monitor, and manage. 1, Business Process Management starts the book off with a quick refresher on the essential BPM concepts, historical perspective, and evolution BPM discipline and standards.

The chapter ends with a discussion on BPM benefits. 2, Getting Started with BPM follows with an overview of strategies and planning steps helpful in starting individual BPM projects and broader BPM initiatives. 3, Product Architecture and 4, Functional Overview describe the product architecture and key functionalities of BPM Suite 11g.

The tutorial uses a Sales Quote process as the base example for creating all the hands-on labs. 5, The Tutorial Project: Sales Quote Processing describes this process and the steps that are completed in different follow-on chapters that ultimately lead to the target BPM application. .

6, Product Installation guides you through the product installation and configuration. . 7, Process Modeling using BPMN 2.

0 covers the essentials of BPMN 2.0 modeling. .

epresentation 8, Process Organization Model discusses the representation of roles and organizations units being critical in modeling human activities and interactions. ..

Preface 9, Simulation none none and Analysis of the Business Process describes the process rocess simulation techniques in BPM Suite 11g and their use in process analysis and improvement. . 10, Implementation of the Business Process discusses how BPMN 2.

0 provides execution semantics so that a process model can be executed in a process engine and how this is accomplished in BPM Suite 11g. 11g 11, Using Process Composer covers the application BPM Suite 11 tool set, which includes a web browser-based, zero-install application called Process Composer which lets you access, modify, and share a process model. .

n 12, Using Process Spaces and Workspace Application discusses how in BPM Suite 11g, collaboration among various process participants and during different lifecycle phases of a process are facilitated by Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 style portals called "Spaces".

Such collaboration also includes task reassignment. Also, concepts and use . of Spaces are explored in this chapter.

13, Process Analytics and Business Activity Monitoring shows how BPM suite 11g allows you to easily generate a variety of analytics, management dashboards, and to connect selected process output events to Oracle Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) and how these functionalities are accomplished. . 14, Using Business Rules illustrates the different ways business rules could be used with BPM Suite 11g to control the behaviour of a process and to boost the agility the process.

. 15, Using Human Task Patterns and Other Concepts and 16, User Interface Development for Human Tasks are focused on handling human tasks including the creation of user interfaces using the Java Server Faces (JSF)-based Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). .

17, Events and Exception Handling and 18, Customizing and Extending Process Spaces look at more advanced topics such as handling of exception and events, and Process Space customization. . 19, Administering the BPM Environment discusses how Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) unifies operational monitoring and management of Fusion Middleware applications such as one created by BPM Suite 11g.

20, Concluding Remarks briefly discusses some of the ways you could use such BPM Suite applications to provide business benefits. ..

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