|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Reference Process Models User's Guide for Oracle Application Integration Architecture Foundation Pack
11g Release 1 (220.127.116.11)
Part Number E17368-07
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This chapter includes the following sections:
Figure 3-1 is an example process model for level 0.
Figure 3-2 shows the symbols and annotation used on level 0.
Figure 3-3 is an example process model for level 1.
Figure 3-4 shows the symbols and annotation used on level 1.
Figure 3-5 is an example process model for level 2.
Figure 3-6 shows the symbols and annotation used on level 2.
Figure 3-9 shows the symbols and annotation used on level 3.
Like level 4, the Functional Allocation Diagram (FAD) is not a model level. The FAD diagram is used to depict the Enterprise Business Services and operations that are used by AIA for a particular integration. Figure 3-10 is a sample FAD diagram.
Figure 3-11 shows the allowable symbols.
Functional and Composite Business Process Views
Our reference process models depict functionally scoped business processes.
Figure 3-12 depicts a functional business process view drilldown for all four levels (Order Fulfillment) as well as the FAD.
Figure 3-12 Functional Business Process View Drill-down, All Four Levels (Order Fulfillment) and the FAD
Our composite business flows depict end-to-end processes that span portions of several functional business processes (Order to Cash, Procure to Pay, and Design to Release, for example).
Figure 3-13 depicts the composite business process view drill-down at level 0 (Order to Cash).
Figure 3-14 depicts the composite business process view drill-down at level 1 (Order to Cash).