This article teaches you the basics of building a business process that utilizes IBM WebSphere Portal as its human interaction service (staff). Additionally, you learn how to complete a sub-process as an example of what it takes to break down larger business systems. You also learn how to use the client artifacts required to develop process portlets in IBM Rational Application Developer exported from the completed business process in IBM WebSphere Integration Developer. This article helps you grow your understanding of Portal’s role as a human interaction service and understand how it helps to reduce decision latency.
In an On Demand Business Environment, the efficient interaction of customers, employees, and suppliers is key to achieving business success. Businesses need to enable these parties to seamlessly participate and collaborate in business processes to increase productivity. The human tasks within these business processes, for example, approving or reviewing requests, needs to be presented to the right people, at the right time, in a way that minimizes decision latency.
In this article, you learn how to:
- Use IBM® WebSphere® Integration Developer to build a basic process that contains human activity.
- Configure the human activity to use IBM WebSphere Portal as a human interface.
- Build a sub-process that you can use to manage larger business systems.
- Deploy the business process and sub-process on IBM WebSphere Process Server.
- Use the client artifacts required to develop process portlets in IBM Rational® Application Developer.
- Use WebSphere Portal to help reduce decision latency.
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- Develop task-processing portlets with new tooling in IBM Rational Application Developer
- Read more about Architecting on demand solutions and The On Demand operating environment series.
- Find the latest WebSphere WebSphere Business Integration resources on the WebSphere Business Integration zone.
- WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Integration Developer resource page
- Developing business process portal applications using WebSphere tooling
- Business Process Execution Language for Web Services version 1.1
- Use IBM WebSphere Integration Developer to assemble components
- IBM WebSphere Integration site provides technical resources for all of IBM's business integration offerings.
- New to WebSphere Business Integration provides a brief introduction to the IBM WebSphere Business Integration family of products and describes resources available to help you learn more.
- developerWorks technical events and webcasts
- WebSphere Education
- WebSphere Technical Podcast series