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Activiti BPM Online Training in Hyderabad


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Installation
Installing Activiti
Getting started with Activiti BPM The Activiti Engine
The Activiti Modeler
The Activiti Designer
The Activiti Explorer
Downloading and installing Activiti BPM Prerequisites for Activiti
JDK 6 or higher Eclipse Juno or Indigo
Installing the Activiti framework

Business Process Modeling and BPMN 2.0
Understanding Business Process Modeling The BPM lifecycle
The design phase
Understanding the BPM standards Installing the Activiti Modeler
Time for action – Business Process Modeling using the Activiti Modeler Time for action – import and export of a model
Time for action – deploying a model into the Activiti Engine Summary

Activiti Explorer
An overview of the Activiti Explorer
A process with the Activiti Explorer
Time for action – starting a process instance
Managing tasks with the Activiti Explorer
Time for action – working with user tasks
Managing processes with the Activiti Explorer
Time for action – process management
Reporting with the Activiti Explorer
Time for action – reporting using the Activiti Explorer
Administration using the Activiti Explorer
Time for action – administration using the Activiti Explorer Time for action – changing to a production-ready database Time for action – deploying a process using the Activiti Explorer

Development Using the Process Engine
Understanding the Activiti development environment The Activiti Spring layer
The Activiti Engine layer PVM
Setting up the Activiti development environment Configuring the Activiti Process Engine
Time for action – configuring a database
Time for action – the logging configuration
Time for action – configuring the mail server
Time for action – running the Activiti Engine
Summary

Designing Your Process Using the Activiti Designer
Understanding the Activiti Designer
Time for action – downloading and installing the Activiti Designer Time for action – designing your first process
Time for action – testing your process
Time for action – importing a process from the Activiti Modeler to the Activiti Designer

Activiti ProcessEngine API
Overview of the APIs and services Delving into the process engine RuntimeService RepositoryService
Time for action – deploying the process
Time for action – starting a new process instance TaskService
Time for action – querying for user tasks
Time for action – creating and completing user tasks Time for action – suspending a process ManagementService
IdentityService
Time for action – working with users HistoryService
Time for action – querying historical activities FormService

Working with the REST API
Overview of the Activiti REST API The Activiti REST
Time for action – implementing the REST service Working with REST API services
Time for action – working with Repository APIs as REST Time for action – working with processes
Time for action – working with tasks Time for action – working with users
Time for action – working with management

Implementing Advanced Workflows
Understanding parallel gateways
Time for action – implementing a parallel gateway Getting started with Sub-Processes
Embedded Sub-Processes
Standalone Sub-ProcessEvent Sub-Process
Time for action – working with BPMN 2.0 Sub-ProcessesUnderstanding multi-instance processes
Time for action – implementing a multi-instanceprocess Introducing execution and task listeners
Execution listeners Task listeners

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