The new BPM Journal features several articles on advanced techniques with IBM Business Process Manager, including integrating IBM BPM with ECM systems, IBM BPM troubleshooting tools and techniques, and purging stateful data from IBM BPM. Other articles cover modeling business rules with IBM ODM, and going from spreadsheets to IBM Business Monitor dashboards in under an hour. More >
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- Integrating BPM and Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
IBM BPM V8.5 enables seamless integration with ECM systems by providing an embedded Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) internal document store. Learn how to implement a content-driven integration scenario using the new document store feature.
- Troubleshooting IBM Business Process Manager
Troubleshooting BPM issues can be complex without the correct tools and techniques. This article describes a set of tools and techniques suggested by the IBM BPM SWAT and Support team to help you with problem determination for IBM BPM.
- Purging data in IBM Business Process Manager
IBM BPM is a stateful product that accumulates state data over time, and therefore you must have a strategy for periodically purging some of that state data. This article explores the areas of IBM BPM where state data is collected and the methods you can use to purge it.
- Modeling business rules with IBM Operational Decision Manager (ODM)
This article describes three models for implementing an IBM ODM business rule project: the domain conceptual model, the executable object model (XOM), and the business object model (BOM). It also describes the processes and IBM tools you can use to create the model.
- From spreadsheets to IBM Business Monitor dashboards in under an hour
Starting with a simple spreadsheet tool such as Microsoft Excel, this article series shows you how to define metrics, KPIs, reports, and sample data, and then quickly create and customize a visual dashboard to meet the needs of your business users. Topics include formatting, adding widgets, changing display types, defining alerts, and enabling real-time updating.
- Migrating from Oracle WebLogic Integration to IBM BPM, Part 3
Part 1 showed you how migrate Oracle WebLogic Integration (WLI) business processes and associated artifacts to IBM BPM. Part 2 showed how to migrate the data formats and APIs that are used to write business logic in an Oracle WLI business process. Part 3 describes the options for migrating WLI controls to run on IBM BPM.
- Integrating with Oracle Business Event Workflow using WebSphere Adapter for Oracle
This article shows you how to set up a subscription in Oracle E-Business Suite and configure the adapter to receive business events.
- Getting started with Data Format Definition Language (DFDL) in IBM Integration Bus
In this age of big data, most of the data begging to be analyzed is in a variety of structured and semi-structured formats, both text and binary. Until now, there has been no standard way to describe this data. Watch these two videos to learn about the new Data Format Definition Language (DFDL), and see how you can use it to describe a wide variety of data formats.
- Using DataPower with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository REST services
Learn how to use new capabilities in DataPower V6 and WSRR V8.0.2 to dynamically look up endpoint URLs of REST services that are registered in WSRR. Policies authored and stored in WSRR and enforced by DataPower have also been enriched with new capabilities.
- Performance tuning in WebSphere Transformation Extender
This article shows you how to detect performance bottlenecks and improve performance in WebSphere Transformation Extender maps.
- Build your own cloud sandbox with IBM Workload Deployer
This article series helps you create your own cloud environment for Proof-of-Concept projects. Part 1 shows you how to install an ESX server and the Workload Deployer virtual appliance, available free from IBM as the Virtual Pattern Kit for Developers (VPKD). Part 2 shows you how to configure Workload Deployer security options
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