Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model

Duration : 5 Days (40 Hours)

Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model Course Overview:

The “Oracle BPM 11g: Implementing the Process Model” course offers a comprehensive learning experience focused on creating and implementing process models using Oracle BPM 11g. Encompassing process development, flow, and organization activities, the course emphasizes best practices, process lifecycle, performance management, and optimization. Participants explore the role of Oracle BPM 11g in design and execution, delve into the project lifecycle, and uncover features of the Business Process Components (BPC) suite. Upon completion, attendees will possess the skills to construct and manage process models in Oracle BPM 11g, enhancing organizational efficiency and productivity.

Intended Audience:

  • System Administrators
  • Business Users
  • Developers
  • Individuals engaged in the design, deployment, and management of Business Process Management (BPM) processes
  • Professionals seeking to understand business process concepts and their implementation
  • Those involved in identifying and analyzing use cases for process models
  • Individuals interested in creating and implementing process models with activities, sub-processes, and design elements
  • Professionals aiming to define and document data models, rules, and exceptions using workflows
  • Individuals interested in collaborating and sharing process definitions among team members
  • Participants seeking to test, troubleshoot, secure, and deploy process models
  • Those interested in becoming an Oracle Certified Associate, Business Process Management Implementation Specialist.

Learning Objectives of Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model:

The objective of the “Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model” Training is to enable participants to proficiently build and maintain business processes utilizing the Oracle BPM software stack. The training encompasses key aspects of process modeling, encompassing process flow creation, element management within process models, and business rule formulation. Participants will also grasp the techniques for testing process models, deploying them to the integration run-time environment, and leveraging business intelligence (BI) for insightful analysis of process data. At the conclusion of this course, attendees should possess a comprehensive skill set for adeptly employing Oracle BPM 11g in the development and management of business processes.

 Module 1: Overview of Oracle BPM Process Implementation

  • Review of Oracle BPM Architecture
  • Review of BPM Modeling
  • Overview of the Development Environment:
  • About Process Accelerators
  • Introducing the SalesQuote Model

 Module 2: A Collaboration: Developer and Process Analyst

  • Collaborative Process Design: An Overview
  • Introducing Process Composer
  • Creating project templates for the Business Process Composer user
  • Discussing the Developer’s role in supporting the process analyst

 Module 3: Using Business Objects

  • Working with information in a process
  • Explaining Data Objects and their scope
  • About Data object types and their representation
  • Describing Data mapping and association
  • Creating a Business Object
  • Declaring Process and Project Data Objects
  • Defining business indicators

 Module 4: Implementing User Tasks

  • Overview of human tasks
  • Creating a human task
  • About Human task patterns
  • Explaining Parameters and data association
  • About Task forms

 Module 5: Writing Expressions and Initializing Variables

  • Introducing expressions
  • About Simple expressions
  • About XPath expressions
  • About XSL transformations
  • Discussing a more advanced XPath example
  • Using expressions in conditional transitions

 Module 6: Building Web Forms in Business Process Composer

  • Overview of Web Forms
  • Introducing the Web Form Designer
  • About the Development Approach
  • Adding Components to a Web Form
  • Customizing Components of a Web Form
  • Adding Form Rules to a Web Form

 Module 7: Implementing Business Rule Tasks

  • Overview of Business Rule
  • Discussing Rulesets and Bucketsets
  • About Globals
  • Creating business rules
  • Testing business rules

 Module 8: Defining Human Workflows

  • Overview of Human workflow
  • About Patterns
  • Defining human workflows
  • About Task options
  • Defining and using parametric roles
  • The ApproveDeal human workflow: An example

 Module 9: Implementing Service Tasks

  • Overview of Services and References
  • Overview of Service Adapters
  • Overview of Mediators and BPEL Services
  • Creating a Service Task

 Module 10: Overview of Events

  • Overview of events
  • More on Timer events
  • More on Signal events
  • Discussing the exclusive XOR Event Gateway

 Module 11: Controlling and Organizing the Process Flow

  • Overview of Subprocesses
  • About the embedded subprocess
  • About the reusable subprocess
  • About the event subprocess
  • Interrupting or altering the process flow
  • About Peer process communication
  • About Interprocess communication
  • Setting up an interprocess communication using Message events

 Module 12: Handling Exceptions in the BPM Process

  • Overview of Exception handling
  • About System events and Business events
  • Handling errors for an activity and a subprocess
  • Handling errors at the process level
  • Discussing Error events
  • Error handling in a reusable subprocess
  • Error handling in a called peer process
  • Explaining Policy driven exception handling

 Module 13: Developing the User Interface using ADF – An Introduction

  • Overview of ADF
  • Explaining some fundamentals of JSF
  • About Task Forms and task flows
  • Working with the ADF page editor
  • Explaining UI Development and Deployment
  • Using the Integrated WebLogic Server for UI development
  • Working in parallel with a UI development team
  • Managing code lines

 Module 14: User Interface Options

  • Making the Process UI your own – what are your options?
  • Customizing the ADF Workspace
  • Discussing Custom UIs and the APIs
  • Creating an ADF Custom UI
  • Creating a Non-ADF Custom UI (this is just a high level overview)
  • About The Process Spaces Alternative Workspace

Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model Course Prerequisites:

Prior experience working with Oracle Database technology.
• Basic understanding of Oracle Database architecture, backup recovery, and disaster recovery concepts.
• Familiarity with Oracle Database 19c Administration.
• Knowledge of SQL, PL/SQL, and UNIX/Linux.
• Familiarity with Oracle RMAN and Data Guard environments.

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