Developing Human Task Business Processes for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7Esciris GmbH
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You should successfully complete: Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 - Ior Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 - I (Remote Class) (VB711) orDeveloping Applications for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 - I (Self-Paced)or have equivalent experience You are also expected to: have some development experience using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.1 or later
This 3-day, instructor-led course teaches you how business processes with human interaction can be developed using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V7, and deployed and tested on IBM WebSphere Process Server V7. In modern enterprises, many business processes require human interaction and human workflow to handle exceptions or make critical decisions. The comprehensive support for human-related tasks in WebSphere Process Server V7 can provide seamless integration and interchangeability between automated, IT-level steps and human-facing steps in business processes. This course focuses on how WebSphere Integration Developer and WebSphere Process Server enable human-centric business process management (BPM), which is a flexible approach designed to enhance the efficiency of information transfer and task allocation among employees. Human-centric BPM allows you to integrate human tasks into business process execution language (BPEL)-based business processes, which can be combined with other applications using Service Component Architecture (SCA). In this course, you learn about the support for human tasks in WebSphere Process Server and Web Service Business Process Execution Language (WS-BPEL). The course covers the various types of human tasks supported by WebSphere Process Server, including to-do, invocation, and collaboration tasks. You also learn about the options provided by the WebSphere Process Server user interface for human task management, including HTML/Dojo, Lotus Forms, and Business Space, to create and interact with human tasks in applications. The course also covers how to integrate with Virtual Member Manager (VMM) and user registries including Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). Hands-on exercises throughout the course give you practical experience with topics and skills such as configuring and managing human tasks, handling escalations, building ad hoc human tasks, and using work baskets.