An excellent approach that I got from my colleague Prasen P. is to use a mind map when defining a case.
For those completely new to Adaptive Case Management in Oracle BPM 11g, I suggest reading Mark Foster's blog excellent entries on the same - available here
Anyway, back to the mind map approach -
An excellent approach suggested by my colleague Prasen P. is to use a mind map when defining a case.
It fits in well with the more holistic approach required when designing such - "holistic", in comparison to the more "process oriented" approach used with standard BPM.
Hot off the press -
3 new PAs are included in this release:
1. Financial Reports Approval (FRA):
end-to-end solution for efficient and controlled Financial Report review and approval process,
enabling financial analysts and decision makers to collaborate around Excel.
2. Electronic Forms Management (EFM):
supports the process to design and expose eForms with the ability to quickly design eForms and associate
Check out the following -
Simple scenario here - the input to the BPM process specifies which directory/file we should read.
Here I set file adapter input properties. I then write to a target directory/file - these are set as file adapter output properties.