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Posted by: Joseph on Oct 19, 2012 at 07:18:16 PM
Just an announcement
I'm planning to write a series of articles on IBM BPM, focusing on BPM7.5 and BPM8. This series will be titled as 'IBM BPM Primer'. I'm planning to start with basic, recent changes and then to SOA
Also there will be another series of articles that follows with title 'IBM BPM starter kit for admins' which covers more technical stuff and administration.
Your ideas, suggestions and comments are welcome with big heart :-)
Posted by: Celia Hamilton on Jul 17, 2012 at 01:24:07 PM
IBM WebSphere Education is now offering GWC members no charge education courses that they can take on their mobile phone or tablet.
Courses include topics like cloud computing fundamentals, BPM, a WebSphere MQ overview, IBM Business Process Manager best practices, an introduction to mobile computing, and more.
Get details for the courses and start learning today!
Posted by: Mustafa on Jul 13, 2012 at 11:04:44 AM
With changing patterns in workplace today, organizations require rapid decision making to evolve with the challenges and complexities to make our world little bit easier and controllable to manage and govern.
Posted by: Seth Gagnon on Jun 12, 2012 at 09:26:03 AM
As a new feature of the Business Process Manager V7.5.1 platform, process applications can now be deleted from the repository. In the previous version of BPM, version 7.5.0 & 22.214.171.124, users could only archive snapshots within a process application. This did not remove the application; rather it was merely hidden from the default view and it was still stored in the repository and the database.
In the latest version of BPM, users can now actually delete the process application, and in turn, delete all snapshots and instances tied to that application, including deletion of these entries from the database.
To delete a process application, click on the process application that you want to delete and then click on Manage.
Next, click on Archive Process App and click...
Posted by: Seth Gagnon on Jun 12, 2012 at 09:20:18 AM
While doing some application testing on the Business Process Manager 7.5.1 Advanced platform, I noticed some strange behavior while making a call out to a Lombardi service using SoapUI. You may see this error in SoapUI:
[2/16/12 14:57:34:534 CST] 00000034 wle_inbnd_ws I CWLLG1122I: The TWSOAPLogger has provided a message: Message Type: SOAP Request Name: XXXXX XML String: XXXX.tws“; xmlns:sch=”http://XXXXX/schema/“>;
Posted by: GWC Group Owner on May 21, 2012 at 10:42:13 AM
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With over 100 unique sessions, the WebSphere Technical Convention will
feature these key themes in today's technology trends.
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Posted by: Stephan Seelig on May 2, 2012 at 09:21:04 PM
Earlier this day I went to the BPM V8.0 High Performance and Scalability Session. And I admit that I am impressed of the good work on improving enhancement on IBM BPM. Keep up the good work!
Hopefully I can deliver my followers some detailed information soon