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Process Modeling in ESR vs. ccBPM( Integration Scenario & Process )?


I'm very confusing this two type of solution in ESR.

When should we use the modeling like Integration Scenario Model, Process Component Model and Process Component Interaction Model?


When should we use ccBPM like Integration Scenarios & Integration Processes?

What's the differences between Modeling & ccBPM in ESR?

Thank you.

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  • Mar 14, 2008 at 12:48 AM

    One needs to go for ccBPM when you have a business logic to implement in PI or you have to communicate with multiple systems sequentially or simultaneously from with in XI.

    (In my words..)Integration scenario is nothing but a graphical depiction of the entire integration scenario. It is not a compulsion but good to have. By looking at it one can understand which systems are participating and what are the sequence of actions being executed among them and the type of communication they are using. Also I am not sure but, a properly designed Integration Scenario can imported in to Directory to create the ID configuration objects in wizard like mode.


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