As the Oracle SOA Suite and BPM Suite 12c products enter beta, many of our clients are starting discussions on migrating from the Oracle 10g or prior platforms. With the BPM Suite 11g, Oracle introduced a major change in architecture with a strong focus on integration with SOA and an entirely new technology stack. In addition, there were fresh new UIs and a renewed business focus with an improved Process Composer and features like Adaptive Case Management. While very beneficial to both technology and the business, this does pose clear migration challenges for clients who have made investments in the 10g platform.
In my previous blog, we looked at Oracle ACM's Title, Priority, and Category artifacts and their configurations in an Oracle ACM project. In this blog, we will dig a bit deeper into ACM, specifically ACM Activities. Within an ACM Case, when you create an ACM Activity, you are presented with a few properties that need be set for the activity. The values you select in these properties will define that activity.
AVIO has just announced our new hands-on ADF with Oracle BPM Workshop for both ADF and Oracle BPM developers.
It does not matter if you are coming into this workshop as an ADF developer or as an Oracle BPM developer. This workshop's purpose is to make it straightforward to connect the two technologies. The skills acquired are immediately applicable and essential on every Oracle BPM project that uses ADF.
A new version of Oracle BPM Suite 22.214.171.124 with Adaptive Case Management (ACM) is now available, so what will that mean for requirements gathering? BPM project requirements can be documented using Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN 2.0). For ACM, there is a new notation in the works. It is called Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN).
When government agencies use BPM, they can significantly improve collaboration with citizens and other agencies, cut costs and increase revenue. Case in point—after implementing Oracle BPM Suite to streamline and modernize its Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS), San Joaquin County in California had a better relationship with residents and a better budget.