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|Section 1: INTRODUCTION|
|Welcome to the TIBCO Education Network!|
|An introduction to the course agenda and activities as well as an overview of the TIBCO ActiveMatrix BPM platform, ActiveMatrix BPM applications, TIBCO Business Studio and the application development methodology.|
|Explains how to use the lectures to guide your hands-on experience in developing ActiveMatrix BPM applications. Concludes with instructions on where and how to download and install TIBCO Business Studio, the facility for developing ActiveMatrix BPM applications, which is required for completing the exercises of this course.|
|Section 2: DEVELOPING ACTIVEMATRIX BPM APPLICATIONS|
|Begins with a section introduction and then describes the ActiveMatrix BPM model-driven development methodology. Each of the key application models and design elements are explained.|
|Explains the function of organization models and describes the elements they are composed of. Includes a follow-along demonstration of an organization being built in TIBCO Business Studio.|
Explains the function of business object models and the elements they are composed of. Includes a follow-along demonstration of a business object model being built in TIBCO Business Studio.
|Explains the role and composition of process models. Introduces Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) which defines the process model elements available from the design palette. Includes a brief demonstration of a process model being built in TIBCO Business Studio.|
|Explains the function of participants and how they are defined using the organization model. The demonstration shows participant definition and assignment to process user tasks.|
Explains the role of process data and how it is defined and applied to the activities and user forms of a workflow process. The demonstration shows how process data is defined using the business object model and how data fields are added to and displayed in the user task default forms.
The exercises solution is available in the Supplementary Material part of this lecture along with an instructional video (available for download) on how to import it into TIBCO Business Studio.
|Section 3: APPLICATION DEPLOYMENT AND EXECUTION|
|Begins with a section introduction and then explains the end-user TIBCO Openspace client application used to manage deployed ActiveMatrix BPM applications. The demonstration shows how projects are deployed from TIBCO Business Studio to the ActiveMatrix BPM runtime environment.|
|Explains how LDAP-defined users become participants on workflow processes. The demonstration shows how users become associated with the positions and groups in deployed organization models enabling them to log in to the Openspace client and access running processes and work items.|
|The TIBCO Business Studio project containing the process model and business object model is deployed to the ActiveMatrix BPM runtime environment. The demonstration shows how process instances are started and how the resulting work items are accessed and submitted by users.|
|Explains how a process is configured as a service so that it can be started using a SOAP message. The demonstration shows the necessary technical steps taken in TIBCO Business Studio. After the modified process is redeployed, it appears in the Openspace Client Business Services panel.|
|Provides a complete summary of the concepts and activities presented in the main sections of the course.|
|Section 4: ADDITIONAL TOPICS|
|Provides a section introduction and continues with the first additional topic which explains the essential features of TIBCO Business Studio which are also related to the Eclipse platform upon which it is based.|
|An introduction to the practice of identifying and utilizing workflow control flow patterns in the design of process models.|
|Demonstrates how a basic workflow resource pattern, Separation of Duties, is applied to a process using TIBCO Business Studio.|
|Provides some additional details around the definition of process data in TIBCO Business Studio and its application to process tasks and inclusion on user data forms.|
|"Thank You!" from the TIBCO Education Network.|
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