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Build and deploy a business process model using WebSphere Business Process Modeler Advanced and Lotus Forms, Part 2: Implement and test the BPEL process using WebSphere Integration Developer

Attila Kiss (attila_kiss_bme@yahoo.com), Student, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Attila Kiss
Attila Kiss attends Budapest University of Technology and Economics and will graduate as a Computer Science Engineer in 2008. He specializes in IT infrastructure management. He has been working with WebSphere products with special focus on business modeling.
Viktor Muller (viktormuller@gmail.com), Student, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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Viktor Müller attends Budapest University of Technology and Economics and graduates as a Computer Science Engineer in 2009. He specializes in information system development. He has worked with WebSphere products with a special focus on BPEL development.

Summary:  Learn how to use IBM® WebSphere® Integration Developer to implement and customize a Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) process and then test it in WebSphere Process Server. Part 2 of this tutorial series shows you the steps for generating the Web interface, assembling the components, and testing the solution.

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Date:  15 Apr 2009
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (3098 KB | 55 pages)Get Adobe® Reader®

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Before you start

Level: Intermediate

About this series

This series of four tutorials covers basic use of the complete IBM WebSphere business process management (BPM) software suite for the service oriented architecture (SOA) environment. Using an example business process, it describes how to model, implement, execute, and monitor the process. It helps you to understand the BPM life cycle proposed by IBM and discover how IBM products support that life cycle.


Introduction

Part 1 of this series introduced an example human resource process (hiring a new employee). You modeled the process using WebSphere Business Modeler Advanced and exported it for deployment to WebSphere Process Server. In part 2 you implement and extend the process using WebSphere Integration Developer. Part 2 demonstrates how to implement services in Java and consume them in the process, how to access a database directly from a business process, and how to use human interaction and simple control flow patterns.


Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of Eclipse technology.
  • Intermediate understanding of application integration concepts and technology, including Service Component Architecture (SCA), Service Data Object (SDO), and Business Process Execution Language (BPEL).

System requirements

  • IBM WebSphere Integration Developer V6.1.2
  • IBM WebSphere Integration Developer Information Server Plug-in
  • Lotus Forms Server V3.0.1 – API
  • Lotus Forms Viewer V3.0.1

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