IBM WebSphere Developer Technical Journal , Process anti-patterns: How to avoid the common traps of business process modeling, Part 2

Modeling data flow

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Jana Koehler and Jussi Vanhatalo

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: April 04, 2007

This article is the second in a series describing typical modeling errors extracted from hundreds of actual process models created in different tools, including IBM® WebSphere® Business Modeler. Part 1 discussed anti-patterns that occur when you need to describe branching and iterative behavior in a business process model. This article addresses the modeling of data flow, events and triggers, the correct termination of a process, and the reuse of activities in hierarchical process models.

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