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IBM Case Foundation 5.2.1: Workflow Design
This course provides training in using Process Designer to create workflow definitions that can be used either in Case
Foundation or Case Manager applications.
- Unit 1: Workflow Design Essentials
- Create a workflow definition using Process Designer.
- Use workflow properties and step parameters in a workflow definition.
- Build simple and complex expressions to calculate property values and direct work.
- Use a variety of step types to build a workflow definition.
- Use subscriptions to launch workflows automatically from an initiating attachment.
- Unit 2: Security
- Inspect workflow system security settings.
- Identify and resolve workflow system security-related issues.
- Configure security for a workflow system.
- Unit 3: Routing Work
- Use conditions to direct the flow of work.
- Create a parallel process in a workflow.
- Create workflow group.
- Define participant voting for a step.
- Define participant voting for a step.
- Use a submap
- Identify system default submaps
- Resolve business process exceptions
- Create a workflow hierarchy
- Unit 4: Control Workflow Progress
- Add milestones and logging to a workflow.
- Establish workflow and step deadlines.
- Control processing times and delays.
- Add checkpoint processing to a workflow.
- Unit 5: External Communication
- Use a DbExecute step in a workflow to integrate with an external database
- Identify Component Integrator concepts and components
- Integrate a CE_Operations component in a workflow
- Integrate a Java component in a workflow
- Invoke a Web Service in a workflow
Workflow authors who are responsible for designing and building workflow definitions in an IBM Case Foundation
or IBM Case Manager development environment.
- Familiarity with Windows 2008 operating systems.
- General knowledge of P8 Platform security concepts.
- General workflow terminology:
- Workflow definitions.
- Start a P8 Platform system.
- Familiarity with P8 Platform interfaces, including:
- Administration Console for Content Platform Engine.
- IBM Content Navigator.
- Process Configuration Console.
- Process Designer.
- Process Administrator.
- Process Tracker.
- Recommended training: IBM Case Foundation 5.2.1: Introduction (F230G).
Before attempting this course, it is recommended that you have the following skills:
- Workflow Design Essentials
- Create a workflow definition
- Configure workflow properties
- Explore workflow step types
- Build expressions
- Launch workflows with subscriptions
- Security overview
- Security configuration
- Routing Work
- Conditional routing
- Parallel processing
- Manage participation
- Work with submaps
- Handle workflow exceptions
- Workflow inheritance
- Control Workflow Progress
- Milestones and logging
- Workflow deadlines
- Timers and delays
- External Communication
- External database integration
- Component integrator architecture
- Using components
- Web services
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