BPM is fast becoming a key topic area for the blog, so we decided to add a page to link to our BPM-related posts.
On Thursdays starting August 18th and running to September 29, 2011, Oracle hosted a seven part webinar series on Mastering BPM 11g. Find more details here.
Posts related to BPM 11g
- For people familiar with SOA Suite, understand what BPM adds to SOA
- And a further discussion on choosing between BPMN and BPEL when you know you are going to be using both
- Performance Tuning whitepaper for BPM 11g
- How to collect diagnostic information for BPM
- New features in the BPM 126.96.36.199 Feature Pack
- Installing BPM for Developers explains how to set up a development environment for BPM
- Important note if you want to use Oracle XE with BPM 188.8.131.52
- The full end-to-end install is detailed for a 64-bit installation and configuration from a new OS install through to a running system, including the Process Portal
- A whole series of posts on how to build a custom worklist application using the BPM APIs is presented here
- Writing your human task user interfaces in .Net
- Iterating/traversing arrays covers a common use case where you need to carry out a series of steps on each element in an array data structure
- An updated example of iterating collections, based on BPM 184.108.40.206 plus the ‘Feature Pack’ – demonstrated through building a job dispatcher
- How to find out which activities will execute next in a process instance
- Using the TaskQueryService from .Net
- Opening a BPMN model from BPA shows how to use a BPMN process that has been modeled in Oracle BPA Suite
- How to tune your BPM database using AWR,
- Purging old instance data explains how to remove old instance data from your database
- Recommended JVM settings for BPM
- [Old pre-220.127.116.11] A number of customers have reported memory problems after a number of deployments or redeployments. Some patches have been released to address these issues.