October 15 2015

One of the great frustrations businesses face today is the time, money and effort it takes to solve their own business problems.  Impatient waiting for corporate IT to deliver solutions, the business often resorts to delivering their own off-the-grid software solutions.  This shows how Oracle PCS addresses this recurring issue with a more business oriented approach using smaller less technical teams to deliver automated process solutions. 

Part 1 - Oracle PCS Overview

In this, Oracle PCS the product is described along with its benefits to both the business and IT.

Part 2 - PCS Demonstration / Tutorial - "Hello World"

This 36 minute video shows you how to create a running application using Oracle PCS from scratch.  It includes tips on getting started, how processes are modeled, the use of business rule decisions, how user interfaces are designed and tested, the integration of services into the process, and how end users interact with the completed application.

If you are following along with the video as a tutorial:

  • Click here to download a PCS Hello World step-by-step tutorial that follows the steps demonstrated in the video.

  • Click here to download the AVIOPCSHelloWorldCandidate.xsd file used to create the business object in the tutorial.

Part 3 - PCS Use Cases

In this video, some of the different ways that we see PCS either being used or planned on being used by the companies are described.


About the Author

Dan Atwood

Dan has more than sixteen years of experience in all phases of design, development, and implementation of software applications using BPM. He has developed Oracle BPM, BAM, business rule and integration solutions for financial services, insurance, food cooperative, and telecommunications clients.

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Vikram Srinivasan
March 1, 2017

Hi Dan,

This might seem a very basic question. Where is the Composite.xml in PCS?


Vikram Srinivasan

Vikram Srinivasan
March 14, 2017

How to retrieve email ids from a json collection loop? in which activity we can write looping condition?

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