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Red Hat Summit and DevNation 2015

Accelerate your BPMS web application development

Session Description

Business process management software (BPMS) forms are generated and customized by business analysts when they create business processes. To get fine-grained access control, a consistent look-and-feel, and better client interactions, many customers prefer to build a web application that interacts with the business process remotely running on a BPMS execution server. Figuring out how to use the forms generated on the BPMS server from the web application is problematic. Most people think there’s no easy way to do this and resolve themselves to manually replicating forms on the web application. In this session, you’ll learn how to speed your BPMS web application development using a code-generation approach and an API-based approach. We’ll show you the demo applications built using these approaches. These applications provide the UI front end for a BPMS sample mortgage business process which interacts with the user and BPMS during process instantiation and handling of manual tasks.


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    Community meets enterprise
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    1 hour