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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Modeling and Implementation Guide for Oracle Business Process Management
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.6.3)

Part Number E15176-11
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Contents

List of Examples

List of Figures

List of Tables

Title and Copyright Information

Preface

What's New in This Guide for Release 11.1.1.6.x

Part I Introduction to Oracle BPM Studio

1 Oracle Business Process Management Suite Overview

2
Overview of Business Process Design

3
Introduction to Oracle BPM Studio

Part II
Using Oracle BPM Studio

4 Working with Projects and Project Templates

5 Working with Processes and the Process Editor

Part III Modeling a Process

6
Modeling Business Processes with Oracle BPM

7 Modeling Your Organization

8 Handling Information in Your Process Design

9 Importing BPMN Processes from a BPA Repository

Part IV Analyzing Process Performance

10 Running Simulations in Oracle BPM

11 Using Process Analytics

Part V Working with Business Components

12 Using the Business Catalog

13 Modeling Business Objects

14 Working with Human Tasks

15 Working with Services and References

16 Using Business Rules

17 Sending Notifications

18 Using SOA Composites with BPM Projects

Part VI Controlling the Process Flow

19 Controlling the Process Flow

20 Adding Delays, Deadlines, and Time Based Cycles to Your Process

21 Handling Errors

22 Communicating With Other BPMN Processes and Services

23 Defining the Process Interface

24 Communicating Business Processes Using Correlations

25 Defining Conversations

26 Writing Expressions

Part VII Using Human Interaction Components

27 Getting Started with Human Workflow

28 Designing Human Tasks in Oracle BPM

29 Configuring Human Tasks

30 Working with Guided Business Processes

31 Building a Guided Business Process Client Application

32 Using Approval Management

Part VIII Appendices

A Modifying Running Process Instances in Oracle Business Process Management Workspace

B Integrating with Business Intelligence using Process Star Schema Views