Product Description

JBoss jBPM Corporate Training generally helps the developers to work with the Business related Process Management helping in creating Application more flexible and responsive. The JBoss jBPM corporate training discusses the stable version of jBPM 6 for creating and working with application. JBoss jBPM  Corporate Training is quite helpful for gaining hands on experience for ready to start developing business processes in a better way. In addition to it, the JBoss jBPM Corporate Training includes the information about the installation and configuring jBPM Application specifically used for jBPM developers. The jBPM Training discusses the core Engine basics and also performing some APIs related to the Application. The concept of Events, Activities,Gateways and other important terminologies used for performing jBPM Applications activities on large scale. JBoss Corporate jBPM Training primarily helps the developers to work with Business oriented activities in the real time

Objective

  • JBoss jBPM training is targeted for system architects and developers who work closely with business analysts and are responsible for bringing business processes into J2EE environment using jBPM as a BPM engine.
  • In addition, JBoss jBPM training will provide candidates with a thorough understanding of the BPM landscape, types of engines and positioning of the buzzwords.
  • It allows modeling, executing and monitoring business processes.
  • Training will cover jBPM configuration, core engine, API, events, activities, different types of gateways, interaction with human task service, domain specific process, process repository and many more.
  • Students will acquire practical hands on expertise and will be ready to start developing business processes with JBoss jBPM after the course.
  • Another goal of the training is to provide a thorough preparation for comparing workflow engines.
Duration: 4 days

Course Content:
  1. Overview of JBPM 5
  2. Download the installer
  3. Core engine API
  4. Knowledge base, session, Events
  5. Core Engine Basics
  6. Creating a process
  7. Using the graphical BPMN2 Editor
  8. Defining Processes Using the Process API
  9. Process Constricts : Overview
  10. Process Properties
  1. Events
  2. Start event
  3. End event
  4. Intermediate event
  5. Activities
  6. Script task
  7. Service task
  8. User task
  9. Reusable sub-process
  10. Business rule task
  11. Embedded sub process
  12. Multi instance sub process
  13. Gateways
  14. Diverging gateway
  15. Converging gate way
  16. Data
  17. Constraints
  18. Action Scripts
  19. Timers
  20. Authorization
  21. User and group Management
  22. Registering your own service handlers