WB859G - Article Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.6 - I
Duration: 5.0 days
An updated version of this course is available. For more information, click Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.7 - I (WB860G).
This course is also available as self-paced virtual (e-learning) course Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.6 - I (ZB859G).This option does not require any travel.
This course teaches you how to use the tools in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.6 to build and deploy process integration solutions.
IBM Process Server supports a service-oriented architecture (SOA) by providing a platform for using diverse technologies to integrate business applications. In this course, you learn how IBM Process Server enables business integration applications to define business logic and processes based on Web Services Business Process Execution Language (WS-BPEL), and business rules. In the intensive hands-on lab exercises, you design, develop, and test a comprehensive business integration solution. You use the IBM Integration Designer tool to create business integration solutions by using the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model, the Service Data Objects (SDO) data model, and the mediation flow programming model.
The lab environment for this course uses the Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit platform.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
Describe the purpose and business value of a service-oriented architecture
Describe the purpose and business value of the tools included in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.6: IBM Process Designer, IBM Integration Designer, IBM Process Server, IBM Process Center, IBM Process Portal, and Business Space
Identify and describe the features that are available in IBM Process Designer, IBM Integration Designer, and the Service Component Architecture
Describe the structure of modules and libraries
Create business objects, shared interfaces, and business calendars
Model a complex business process diagram in IBM Process Designer
Create a complex business process that includes basic and structured WS-BPEL activities in IBM Integration Designer
Use SCA bindings to communicate with web services
Use WebSphere Java EE Connector Architecture (JCA) adapters in applications
Implement data maps to transform business data
Implement mediation modules to route and transform messages
Implement business rules and use the Business Rules Manager web client to interact with business rules at run time
Create a business space by using widgets and templates that are available for IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.6
Create and run component test projects in IBM Integration Designer
Bring the UTE Process Server online and connect with the Process Center
Explore the IBM Process Center repository
Before taking this course, you should successfully complete Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.7 - I (WB860G) or Developing Applications in IBM Business Process Manager Advanced V8.5.7 - I (ZB860G). You should also have:
Experience with, or prior education on, WebSphere Application Server, or experience with Rational Application Developer
Basic Extensible Markup Language (XML) skills
This course is designed for integration developers and other application development specialists.
Course introduction Introduction to IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.7 Exercise: Using iterative development to create applications Course business scenario Version control and testing of SCA applications Exercise: Version control for SCA applications SCA bindings, the SCA runtime, and SCA quality of service qualifiers Exercise: Working with SCA bindings and qualifiers Fault handlers Exercise: Applying fault handlers WS-BPEL compensation and event handlers Exercise: Applying a compensation handler to WS-BPEL Business state machines Exercise: Working with business state machines Transactional behavior of SCA applications Exercise: Defining transactional behavior in SCA applications Business process flexibility Exercise: Creating flexible business processes Relationships Exercise: Working with static relationships Mediation primitives Exercise: Implementing a mediation flow Mediation flow control Exercise: Writing a generic error handler for IBM Process Server Security Exercise: Implementing security Governance of process applications Exercise: Applying governance to process applications Integrating with IBM Business Process Manager Exercise: Integrating other applications with IBM Integration Designer Course summary