BPM Voices: The rogue business object model

When is a BOM a time bomb? Pitfalls and anti-patterns to avoid when creating a BOM

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Raj Rao

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: February 15, 2012

The business object model (BOM) is a fundamental component that provides the business vocabulary used by business policy managers to define rules built using WebSphere® ILOG® JRules or WebSphere Operational Decision Manager V7.5. This article describes the frequently observed anti-patterns and missteps in the creation of a BOM and recommends techniques for avoiding them. This content is part of the IBM Business Process Management Journal.

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