BPM integration with Webform, Part 3, Human tasks in business space using Lotus Webform Server

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Shili Yang

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: September 24, 2010

This part of the series focuses on the model and integration development aspect of the project life cycle and how to set up an environment for Business Analysts and Information Technology developers to compose and verify Lotus forms. The step-by-step instructions on installation and configuration of the development and testing tools are provided for three use case scenarios that represent the most common patterns for what our customers do when they start with a new installation of our BPM products.

1. WebSphere Business Modeler V7.0 enabled with Lotus Forms for a Business Analyst to model input and output User Interface for human tasks, which connects to a team (remote) Iterative Process Design (IPD) server with Lotus Webform Server (WFS) to test the forms.
2. WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition (WDPE) V7.0 with Lotus Forms for an Information Technology team to implement input and output User Interface forms for human tasks and use a standalone test server with WFS to test the forms.
3. A single-user environment with WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) V7.0 and Lotus Forms installed on a personal system for an Information Technology developer.

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