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kavanagm
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Pinned topic Exporting to Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Version 2.0 format

‏2012-01-07T17:55:42Z |
Hi

I have a project created in Business modeling perspective of Modeler Advanced v7.0 and want to export as BPMN (.zip) file so I can
upload into the Business Designer perspective but there is no option to export to this format when you click export ??

It says in the help guide - WebSphere Business Modeler Basic > Sharing and exporting processes > Exporting models
that you can export to this format but I cannot see the option anywhere..
There are 9 options available
1. WBM (.mar)
2. WID
3. fdl
4. mm
5. xml
6. xpdl
7. People directory data
8. RDA
9. csv
Cheers !

Mark
Updated on 2012-01-24T11:11:48Z at 2012-01-24T11:11:48Z by kavanagm
  • kavanagm
    kavanagm
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    Re: Exporting to Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Version 2.0 format

    ‏2012-01-07T18:52:43Z  in response to kavanagm
    I've also tried exporting as WID file (.zip) and uploading in Designer to see if that might work but you get the error that the file contains
    no bpmn files.
    • SystemAdmin
      SystemAdmin
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      Re: Exporting to Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Version 2.0 format

      ‏2012-01-10T16:31:16Z  in response to kavanagm
      Hi kavanagm

      There is an option to migrate to BPMn 2.0 (Check the screenshot). Have you tried it?

      I'm not complete sure, but maybe you need to update to Websphere Business Modeler 7.0.0.4 to see this option.
      I have installed: Build id: 7.0.0.4-IFix-20110928_1613

      Martín
      • kavanagm
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        Re: Exporting to Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) Version 2.0 format

        ‏2012-01-24T11:11:48Z  in response to SystemAdmin
        Hi Martin

        That fixed it alright and all the other annoying bugs that existed !

        Cheers