Oracle BPM Business Process Composer Self Paced Training provides students with an understanding of the core BPM concepts and hands-on lessons on designing and modeling effective processes. This class covers essential topics for business analysts. Because of the differences between Composer 11g and 12c, different training material is used for the two versions of the product.
Each lesson has a video to introduce the topic and to demonstrate the learning objectives of the lesson. You’re then given a hands-on exercise to do that is related to the lesson. A mentor is provided to help answer your questions and assist you with the hands-on portion of the lessons if it is needed.
A challenging case study is used throughout the class to reinforce the key learning objectives and usage of the Oracle BPM Studio and Process Composer.
At the end of this class, students attending will be able to:
Oracle BPM Suite Overview - Benefits of BPM, process modeling and process improvement. What to expect during an Oracle BPM project’s lifecycle and who is involved in each phase of a BPM project.
BPMN Overview - Discussion of the BPMN 2.0 standard and the artifacts used to model processes followed by a case study.
Oracle BPM Process Model Naming Standards – Learn how to name the processes, activities, gateways and sequence flows using standard conventions for consistency and clarity when modeling business processes.
Business Process Modeling (Part 1) – Demonstration of the capabilities of Oracle BPM followed by hands-on modeling using Oracle Business Process Composer that illustrates how roles, activities and exclusive gateways are added to processes.
Business Process Modeling (Part 2) – Enhance the process with additional roles, different types of activities and gateways, and learn how subprocesses can be called. Project import, export and reporting administrative tasks are covered here.
Business Process Modeling (Part 3) - Further enhance the process and improve your BPMN skills using more advanced BPMN patterns.
Oracle BPM Workspace – Run your BPM process as an end user - understand what they will see and how they will interact with the process once in production.
Web Forms Designer and Process Player – Create and test the web forms that end users will interact with at runtime.
Business Rules – Understand the purpose of business rules, how they are developed, how they are modified by the business and their impact on the flow inside a BPM process.
Team Development – Process modeling is a team effort. In this lesson you will learn how a team can share the project for editing and viewing.