IS365UsingBizAgi

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Unformatted text preview: Slide 1 Process Patterns in BizAGI Slide 2 Overview n Types of events n Types of gateways n Design patterns n list Slide 3 Events n Fire as a result of something happening n A message is received n A period of time elapses n An exceptional conditional arises n We typically perform an action in response to an event Slide 4 Event Types n Message – Arrives from a participant n Timer – Process starts at a period in time n Rule (conditional)– Triggers when a rule becomes true Slide 5 Event Types (2) n Link – Connect the end event of one process to the start of another process n Multiple – Multiple ways of triggering the process n Exception – An error n End events Slide 6 Message Events n Messages are typically sent by one participant and received by another n Send sales order information that is received by accounting to check credit n The event can be thrown or caught n Sending a message means throwing a message n Receiving a message means catching a message n n See MessageThrowCatch in EventSamples Slide 7 Message Throw Catch Example Slide 8...
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2012 for the course IS 365 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Nevada State College.

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