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jBPM5 Developer Guide epub ebook

by Mauricio Salatino,Esteban Aliverti

jBPM5 Developer Guide epub ebook

Author: Mauricio Salatino,Esteban Aliverti
Category: Business Technology
Language: English
Publisher: Packt Publishing (December 17, 2012)
Pages: 364 pages
ISBN: 1849516448
ISBN13: 978-1849516440
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 727
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This book guides you through each level of the jBPM5 platform, allowing you to model and build applications which will automate your business scenarios.

This book guides you through each level of the jBPM5 platform, allowing you to model and build applications which will automate your business scenarios. The jBPM5 Developer Guide covers two important standard specifications that every software engineer must be familiar with; the BPMN2 specification and the WS-Human Tasks specification.

After publishing his first book about jBPM for Packt Publishing, he was recognized as a valuable member of both projects at the JBoss Community Awards 2011

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading jBPM 5 Developer Guide. After publishing his first book about jBPM for Packt Publishing, he was recognized as a valuable member of both projects at the JBoss Community Awards 2011. During the last three years, Mauricio has being teaching and consulting on jBPM and Drools in America and Europe. In 2010, he co-founded Plugtree (ww. lugtree. com), which is a company that provides consultancy and training around the world.

jBPM5 Developer Guide - Mauricio Salatino. Esteban Aliverti is an independent IT Consultant and Software Developer with more than eight years of experience in the field. jBPM5 Developer Guide. He is a fervent open source promoter and developer with meaningful contributions to JBoss Drools and jBPM5 frameworks. After he got his Software Engineer degree in Argentina, he started working at local IT companies fulfilling different roles ranging from Web Developer to Software Architect.

Mauricio Salatino Esteban Aliverti. I I community experience distilled. The jBPM5 Developer Guide book was written with the main goal of providing a comprehensive guide to understanding the main principles used by the jBPM project to build smarter applications using the power of business processes. This book covers important topics such as the BPMN . specification, the WS-HT specification, domain-specific constructs, and integration patterns.

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Mauricio Salatino, Esteban Aliverti. A Java developer's guide to the JBoss Business Process Management framework Overview Learn to model and implement your business processes using the BPMN2 standard notation

Mauricio Salatino, Esteban Aliverti. A Java developer's guide to the JBoss Business Process Management framework Overview Learn to model and implement your business processes using the BPMN2 standard notation. Understand how and when to use the different tools provided by the JBoss Business Process Management platform. In Detail jBPM5 is a well known open source Business Process Management System (BPMS) used for defining and executing business processes.

Approached from a developers perspective, the "jBPM 5 Developer Guide" teaches readers all the essentials of Business Process Management through applicable examples with helpful screenshots and diagrams. This book is for Java developers and Java architects who need to have a deep understanding of how Business Process Management frameworks behave in real-life implementations. The book introduces you to the jBPM5 and Drools Community where you can contribute; providing ideas, adding code, fixing issues, or providing documentation and examples.

Mauricio is the author of three Packt Publishing books about jBPM: jBPM6 Developer Guide, jBPM5 Developer Guide, and jBPM Developer Guide

Mauricio is the author of three Packt Publishing books about jBPM: jBPM6 Developer Guide, jBPM5 Developer Guide, and jBPM Developer Guide. Mariano De Maio is an IT consultant and software developer with over eleven years of experience in Java and open source frameworks.

jBPM5 Developer Guide by Esteban Aliverti, Mauricio Salatino. After publishing his first book about jBPM for Packt Publishing, he was recognized as a valuable member of both projects at the JBoss Community Awards 2011

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Java developers and architects will find this book an indispensable guide to understanding Business Process Management frameworks in the real world. Using open source jBPM5, it tutors through authentic examples, screenshots, and diagrams.

Overview

Learn to model and implement your business processes using the BPMN2 standard notation. Model complex business scenarios in order to automate and improve your processes with the JBoss Business Process Management framework. Understand how and when to use the different tools provided by the JBoss Business Process Management platform.

In Detail

jBPM5 is a well known open source Business Process Management System (BPMS) used for defining and executing business processes. Java developers can use jBPM5 to analyze, improve, and maintain business processes, which are integral to an organization's management. This book guides you through each level of the jBPM5 platform, allowing you to model and build applications which will automate your business scenarios.

The "jBPM5 Developer Guide" covers two important standard specifications that every software engineer must be familiar with; the BPMN2 specification and the WS-Human Tasks specification. BPMN2 defines a standard business language that will be used to model business scenarios throughout the book, and WS-Human Tasks will help you to define how real people execute the human elements of those processes. Both standard specifications are covered with in depth examples. Using these two specifications and understanding the BPM discipline will allow you to improve your software designs and guide successful implementations that will impact positively on performance.

"jBPM5 Developer Guide" allows you to adopt quickly the BPM framework to help you achieve your business goals; reducing the amount of time that you need to master BPM concepts and all the individual components provided by the platform. The book is packed with applicable examples, BPM diagrams and step-by-step instructions to help you master jBPM5.

What you will learn from this book

Use jBPM5's configurations and architecture for different environments and scenarios. Discover key concepts behind the Business Process Management discipline. BPMN2 process modeling language for defining and implementing your processes. Leverage Business Rules power to simplify business processes. Practical examples in automating your business process and learn how to integrate them with different enterprise technologies in Java and non-Java environments. How to reuse jBPM5's Human Task component in several applications, not just the Process Engine. Configure the persistence and transactions service to cover long running processes and scale successful implementations for bigger scenarios. Improve your process definitions using Domain Specific Activities. Understand how the framework handles information that flows through your business's processes. Configure the Eclipse IDE to start modeling your scenarios. Learn how to analyze your business processes execution using the Complex Event Processing features provided by Drools Fusion. Understand how Business Process can be influenced by external streams of events that arrive in real time.

Approach

Approached from a developer's perspective, the "jBPM 5 Developer Guide" teaches readers all the essentials of Business Process Management through applicable examples with helpful screenshots and diagrams.

Reviews (7)
Nayatol
I recently had the opportunity to go through jBPM5 Developer Guide. First, I should mention that I have a lot of experience with BPM tools in general, but I have never used jBPM5 before.

This book provides an excellent overview of not only jBPM5 but also how/why/when to prefer BPM solutions to business problems. It discusses a number of concepts, standards, and architectures in a brief (but very informative) way.

It may take awhile to get there (not until chapter 5!), but once it does the book does a great job of walking the reader through creating processes (specifically using Guvnor). Even though I am familiar with similar BPM tools, I found these walk-through sections helpful. That said, I do think the book would benefit from a single (if simple) example taken all the way from process creation to execution. The information is all there, just not in a single step-by-step section.

I went into this book with a list of "how-to" questions that I was hoping to get answered. Most of the simple questions I had were answered in a clear and easy to understand manner. For example, the book addresses the following very well:

- Managing Process Definitions (create, update, delete)
- Creating a new instance of a Process
- Basic BPMN2 Process structures
- Integrating Business Rules
- Complex Event Processing
- Incorporating Human Tasks in a Process
- Building Task Inbox UIs
- Invoking external services from a Process (e.g. web service invocations)

All in all it is a very well written and easily consumed book about BPM generally and of course jBPM5 specifically. I gave in 4 stars instead of 5 only because a few things I was looking for were not addressed. For example, the following are a couple of topics I was hoping to read about, but which were not addressed:

- BPMN2 Timers
- Human Task Delegation/Escalation

Overall, there isn't much to complain about. Anyone interested in learning more about BPM/jBPM5 would be well served by reading jBPM5 Developer Guide.

Dordred
Explains the new changes in the jBPM5-Drools suite! Great for open source BPM development!
I am still attempting to find an optimal scalable architecture for a global implementation!

Winasana
I bought this book because I could find no good documentation on integrating Drools rules into jBPM5. It was the main reason I was interested in the program, and yet there's almost nothing on it in the official user guide [...]

After buying this book, I had the rule task figured out in under 30 minutes. It showed the code needed to get everything working, and explained all the important lines. As an absolute novice with Drools, it was extremely helpful. It also gives an introduction to the working of Drools rules, so I could actually write some rules I understood.

But there's more.

The book also provides excellent reasons why business processes are important, and how to capture the requirements so that the end product meets the real world need. It also explains the advantages of using jBPM5 over implementing in Java. The book also goes into the technical side of implementation, with enough detail to be helpful to a relative novice (me) but not so much detail that it's painful and time consuming to read.

If you need to decide, or help the company decide, whether or not to use jBPM5, this book is for you. If you then need to implement the solution, this book is definitely for you.

Nuadador
I have been working with another java based process engine (activiti) for about two years now, so I was happy to get my hands on this book that covers jBPM5 (Jboss’s business process engine). This review is not a comparison of activiti and jBPM5 but a review of the book in helping someone get started with and correctly using the jBPM5 engine/toolset.

Here are some of the things that the book covers:

i) An overview of bpmn 2.0 constructs (especially helpful for people new to bpmn)

ii) Process creation and editing

a. Using the jBPM5 eclipse plugin.
b. Using the Drools Guvnor product which has been enhanced to work with business processes as well.
c. Using the generic bpmn 2.0 eclipse plugin.

iii) Process Implementation considerations such as synchronous and asynchronous interactions, transaction management and persistence.

iv) Integrating business rules with processes (leveraging Drools Rules Engine)

v) Event processing with jBPM5 (using Drools Fusion complex event processing engine)

Overall, I think the authors did a good job in introducing JBPM5 and equipping the new user in building business processes using JBPM5. There are some aspects of business process development that the book does not (and probably cannot) cover such as guidance in process modeling/design for specific usecases but a reader of the book should be equipped enough to seek out the solutions for themselves.

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