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Business Process Objects

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Can anyone tell me about these Business Process Objects and where r they used?

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:17 AM

    Hi sanjeev

    All the object defined for a interface called Business process objects these define define the flow .How the data flows and what objects at what time are used

    For example

    for a interface data objects , message types, inetrface mapping message mapping interface determination etc all are objects

    Thanks

    Sandeep

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:05 AM
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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:19 AM

    Hi,

    Business Process Objects :

    You can design new objects for executable business processes by using graphical process editor. When you define or create a business process object you will see a graphical editor with start and stop node and here you can define you flow of steps which is going to be done in you particular BPM senario.You can use different modelling elements and patterns to design a stateful , cross component business process.

    Following modelling patterns ad elements are suported :

    - receive message and trigger process

    - send transform

    - colect message

    - Multicast

    - Serialization

    - Deadlines , exceptions etc.

    In the navigation tree of the integration repository the new object "business Processes" and the process editor can be found under software Component -> Software Component Version -> Namespace -> Business Scenario objects -> Business Processes

    Hope this will help you.

    Regards

    Aashish Sinha

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