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The curious case of SOA Human Tasks’ auto-completion
Hello, I have elaborated on the above subject here. Hope this helps. Kavitha
BAM design pointers
Hello, I have blogged about some BAM best practices here.. Hope that helps.
List all BPM Processes for a user
Hello again, I have blogged (this time) on bpmtech on the above topic. Happy coding.
Using Oracle BPM Activity Guide APIs
We have recently heard of the usage of the ‘Process Driven UI’ pattern fairly often (particularly with Oracle BPM 11 banking customers). I hope to be able to write up more about this pattern in a later blog. But the crux of … Continue reading
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SOA11g: Database as a policy store
As more and more customers of SOA 11g move to production, we have been asked often about the recommendations for a PolicyStore for SOA 11g in production. This document addresses the various policy store options, helps evaluate the pros and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged database policy store, opss policy, soa 11g, system-jazn-data.xml 1 Comment
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