Business Process Model and Documentation

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Business Process Model and Notation Presenter : 蔡旻衛 2010/11/23

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Outline Introduction Objective BPMN Scope Types of BPMN sub-show BPMN Elements BPMN Mappings to WS-BPEL

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Introduction A graphical representation for indicating business forms in a business procedure demonstrating. Why we require BPMN ? There are numerous procedure displaying devices and techniques. There are numerous business investigators characterize Business Processes with straightforward stream outlines. WS-BPEL is difficult to comprehend by the business examiners and chiefs to deal with the procedure.

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Introduction(cont.) BPMN is presently kept up by the Object Management Group. The site of BPMN : http://www.bpmn.org/The present rendition of BPMN is 1.2, with a noteworthy modification prepare for BPMN 2.0 in advance.

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Objective To Provide a documentation that is promptly reasonable by all business clients , business investigators and specialized engineers . To institutionalize a business procedure model and documentation even with various demonstrating documentations. To Ensure WS-BPEL that is envisioned with a business-situated documentation.

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BPMN Scope BPMN will be compelled to bolster just the ideas of demonstrating that are pertinent to business forms . The displaying of the accompanying won't be a piece of BPMN : Definition of authoritative models and assets. Demonstrating of utilitarian breakdowns Data and data models Modeling of methodology Business rules models

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Types of BPMN sub-show Processes (Orchestration) Private non-executable Business Processes Private executable Business Processes Public Processes Choreographies Collaborations Processes Choreographies Conversations

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Processes Private (Internal) Business Processes. Open Processes.

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Choreographies A Choreography is distinctive in that the Activities are cooperations that speak to a set (at least 1) of Message trades, which includes two (2) or more Participants.

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Collaborations All blends of Pools, Processes, and a Choreography are permitted in a Collaboration.

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Conversations A Conversation is the legitimate connection of Message trades.

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BPMN Elements Flow Objects. Information Connecting Objects Swimlanes Artifacts

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Flow Objects Events Activities Gateways

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Events

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Activities Task (Atomic) Choreography Task Collapsed Sub-Process Expanded Sub-Process Collapsed Sub-Choreography Expanded Sub-Choreography

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Activities(cont.)

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Transaction

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Event Sub-Process

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Activity Markers

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Task Types

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Gateway

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Looping Activity Looping Sequence Flow Looping

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Multiple Instances

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Data Objects Data Inputs Data Outputs Data Stores

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Connecting Objects Sequence Flows .

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Connecting Objects(cont.) Message Flows Associations Data Associations

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Swim-paths Pools Lanes

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Artifacts Group Text Annotation

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Exception Handler

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Compensation

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BPMN Mappings to WS-BPEL Not all BPMN arrangement Processes can be mapped to WS-BPEL in a straight-forward manner. There are sure limitations, for example, control-stream being either square organized or not containing cycles

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Process

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Activities-Service Task

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Receive Task

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Send Task

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Abstract Task

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Message

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Interface and Operation

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Conversations and Correlation

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Sub-Process

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Event Sub-Processes(1)

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Event Sub-Processes(2)

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Event Sub-Processes(3)

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Standard Loop

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Loop with Maximum

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Multi-Instance

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Message Start Event

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Message Intermediate Events(Non-limit)

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Timer Intermediate Events(Non-limit)

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Compensation Intermediate Events(Non-limit)

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None End Events

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Message End Events

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Error End Events

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Compensation End Events

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Terminate End Events

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Message Boundary Events

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Error Boundary Events

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Compensation Boundary Events

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Exclusive(Data-based) Decision Pattern

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Exclusive(Event-based) Decision Pattern

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Parallel Pattern

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Sequence Pattern

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Structured Loop Patterns

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