The fall issue of the IBM BPM Journal looks at such tasks as configuring transaction and compensation logs for HADR, creating an IBM ODM decision service, migrating from WebSphere Process Server V6.2 to IBM BPM 8.5.5, deploying an IBM Business Monitor server installed in a separate WebSphere cell, customizing a Document Control list in IBM BPM V8.5, and managing and detecting orphan tokens through the REST API Tester and a BPM command line utility. This issue also includes an update to a previous tutorial on IBM ODM golden cell topologies.
Storing transaction and compensation logs in a relational database for high availability and disaster recovery in IBM BPM
by Hong Yan Wang, Chris Richardson, Yu Zhang, and Hang Yin
Learn how to leverage the latest WebSphere Application Server feature to configure an IBM BPM transaction and compensation logs into a relational database for high availability and disaster recovery purposes.
In this issue
by Keerthana Sharath
Most enterprise applications today are very dynamic in nature. Customer scenarios often require querying database tables for fetching values, which are then used to execute the rules instead of using static data. This tutorial shows you how to create a decision service in IBM ODM V8.5 that accesses a database table to make decisions.
by Jose de Freitas and Pierre Feillet
This tutorial is an update to the previous tutorial on IBM ODM deployment environments that is applicable to IBM ODM versions 8.5 and 8.6. The update addresses the changes that impact the ODM golden topologies that were introduced in the first tutorial, such as the change to the deployment recommendation for the Rule Execution Server console. It also takes into account feedback from customers and practitioners. For example, the tutorial now provides a more prescriptive set of options for deploying staged deployment environments.
by Owen Cline and David Waldron
Learn how you can generate a monitor model from IBM BPM V8.5 and deploy the monitor model in an IBM Business Monitor server installed in a separate WebSphere cell.
by Pratima Ahuja
Migrating instances in IBM BPM from one snapshot version to another can result in orphan tokens. This tutorial shows how to manage orphaned instances that may occur as a result of changes in the business process model. It also shows how to manage orphan tokens through the REST API Tester and how to detect potential orphan tokens by using a BPM command line utility.
by Madhu Channapatna
Learn how to customize the Document List control in IBM BPM V8.5. You will learn to retrieve the required documents only, delete the attachments, and hide the Revision button so that it appears that the new version of the attachment has replaced the older version. This feature works for both V8.0 and V8.5.5.
by Yu Xiao Li
This tutorial describes how to migrate the IBM WebSphere Process Server V6.2 network deployment environment to IBM BPM (BPM) V8.5.5. Learn about some of the new migration functions introduced in IBM BPM V8.5.5.
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