IBM Process Center is an integration server where applications developed on Process Designer and IBM Integration Designer (hereafter called Integration Designer) can be deployed to help users build business processes. Process Center integration using WebSphere Adapters has become a challenge. There are many customers who are using Process Center as a runtime.
Since this topic is new to many customers, there is a need to describe how to make Process Center work with WebSphere Adapters. This tutorial is intended to help customers who are interested in using Process Center with WebSphere Connectors, such as:
- Setting up the Process Center
- Associating the inbound or outbound module with process applications or toolkits in Process Center
- Testing an inbound or outbound module of WebSphere Adapter with Process Center
- Configuring and testing the outbound module with other test clients such as RESTClient and so on.
For more details about Process Center, refer to the IBM BPM Information Center topic, Managing the Process Center repository.
The various components of Process Center are:
You can develop the process application and toolkit by using either the Process Designer or Process Center perspective of Integration Designer. In this tutorial, you are developing process application or toolkit using the Process Center perspective of Integration Designer.