Business event processing with WebSphere Business Events V6.1

An end-to-end example using Design and Design Data components

From the developerWorks archives

He Wen and Huang Bo

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: December 04, 2008

This article uses an end-to-end scenario to explain how IBM® WebSphere® Business Events supports application development based on business event processing to solve a business problem. In the process, you will see how to use the Design and Design Data components of WebSphere Business Events to define touchpoints, result events, intermediate objects, data sources, filters, interaction sets, and event flows to implement event correlation as a business user. You will see how to deploy these assets to a repository, run the application, and test the whole scenario. This content is part of the IBM Business Process Management Journal.

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