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Unformatted text preview: BPMN and Business Process Management Introduction to the New Business Process Modeling Standard By Martin Owen and Jog Raj, Popkin Software BPMN and Business Process Management Executive Summary ....................................................................................... 3 Introducing BPMN .......................................................................................... 4 BPMN Enables Business Process Management (BPM)......................................... 4 BPMI.ORG Created to Establish BPM Standards ............................................. 4 Rigor of the BPMI.ORG Standards ............................................................... 5 BPMN Enables Modeling of B2B and B2C ......................................................... 5 BPMN Maps to Business Execution Languages.................................................. 5 BPMI.ORG Works with OASIS for e-Business Standards.................................. 5 BPMN Models Web Services .......................................................................... 6 A First Look at BPMN ...................................................................................... 7 Modeling Business Events............................................................................. 8 More Complex Events -- Specifying Trigger Types ......................................... 8 Business Processes, Sub-Processes, and Tasks ...............................................10 Decomposing Your Processes Into Hierarchies..............................................10 Easily Viewing Process Complexities ...........................................................12 Modeling the Sequence Flow of a Process.......................................................13 Modeling Decision Points with Gateways ........................................................13 Who Does What Pools and Lanes ...............................................................15 A Pool Can Represent Many Things.............................................................16 Modeling B2B Message Flows .......................................................................16 Enforcing B2B Rules.................................................................................17 Black Boxes and White Boxes.......................................................................17 Understanding How Data Is Transformed.......................................................19 Annotating the Models with Text...................................................................20 BPMN Conclusion........................................................................................20 Simulating Business Processes........................................................................21 Mapping to Business Execution Languages........................................................22 BPMN Maps Directly to Execution Languages ...............................................22 BPMSs Orchestrate Web Services....................................................................23BPMSs Orchestrate Web Services....
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