Announcing Self Paced Online Oracle BPM Training Course: Getting Started With Oracle BPM 12c Studio

We are excited to announce our new self paced online Oracle BPM training course: Getting Started With Oracle BPM 12c Studio. You can watch the ‘Preview’ below! Click Here for more information on this course. This is a hands-on course designed for Developers or Architects who want to get familiar with Oracle BPM 12c application Read more about Announcing Self Paced Online Oracle BPM Training Course: Getting Started With Oracle BPM 12c Studio[…]

Video on Using Force Commit for Non-Idempotent Activities in BPM 12c

In BPM 11g it was not possible to explicitly ask the engine to dehydrate the bpm process instance state. The only way to do this was to model a timer catch event set to one second or longer. Oracle BPM 12c has introduced a new property for activities called ‘Force Commit after execution’ to enable Read more about Video on Using Force Commit for Non-Idempotent Activities in BPM 12c[…]

Video on Business Architecture in BPM 12c

BPM 12c has introduced the capability to create business architecture projects in BPM Composer. Business architecture models help you to take a top-down approach to discover, refine and create a more formal link between the organization’s business goals and BPM projects. Oracle BPM Composer 12c has introduced the capability to create the following types of Read more about Video on Business Architecture in BPM 12c[…]

Video on Team Collaboration Using Oracle BPM 12c PAM

Oracle BPM 12c PAM When teams work on an Oracle BPM project, they can use the Process Asset Manager (PAM) to collaborate on the project. Oracle BPM 12c PAM helps Process developers using BPM Studio (JDeveloper) to collaborate with analysts using the Oracle BPM Composer. Team members can ‘publish’ or ‘commit’ BPM artifacts into PAM Read more about Video on Team Collaboration Using Oracle BPM 12c PAM[…]

How to debug the SQL generated by the DBAdapter

To debug DBAdapter execution, it is very helpful to know the exact SQL being generated by the adapter. This post describes how you can set up your environment so that you can inspect the SQL being generated. Enable JDBC Debugging Log in to the WebLogic Console, select Servers Select each server on which you want Read more about How to debug the SQL generated by the DBAdapter[…]