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JBPM 6.4 Online Training in Hyderabad
JBPM 6.4 overview
Drools overview
What is JBPM 6.4?
What is Drools?
Community projects vs Enterprise projects Eclipse integration
JBPM console
JBPM components
Getting started Downloads Prerequisites
Quick tour Knowledge API Base API Runtime manager Remote
API Sample code

Installation Configuration Getting started Examples Eclipse editor integration Q &A

Elements Properties and API BPMN 2.0 – overview Specifications& Elements FLOW elements Events Events sub types Example- terminate end event FLOW elements- Activities Tasks& Gateways Boundary events Connecting elements Data elements Swim lanes and Artifacts Workbench- Process designer sections Process properties & Task properties Human interactions Task service API Sample project creation with complete explanation

JBPM external integration, Process management,
Remote API factory,
Servlet JBPM external integration Workbench integration Sample Web Application Architecture of integration Creation of sample process Eclipse Business process Git repositories Import the project Maven plug-in connectors setup Login servlet Kie servlet New claim submission Remote API factory Common constants Authoring Deployment Process management Tasks

Exception Handling Signal event How to create new project Eclipse Sub-process Exception Handling Looping Time event

Drools introduction, Business Rule task, Sample Business process using Drools Drools introduction Production rule systems Pattern Rule engine Difference between a JAVA method and Rule Rule integration within Business Process Business Rule task Rule flow graph Setting up Eclipse Sample drools project Hello World Sample claims process Sample Business process using Drools

Persistence & Transaction Persistence & Transaction Why persistence & transaction Persistence Internal working of persistence JBPM DB model JBPM persistence entities JBPM persistence & Transaction Dependencies JBPM persistence API Kie session

Module-7 Drools
Traditional programming v/s Declarative programming,Batch Executor Drools – Traditional programming v/s Declarative programming Advantages and disadvantages of Drools When NOT to use a Rule Engine & KIE Stateless session Claim validation example Stateless session example Batch Executor Stateful session Stateful session example Cross products License example

Overview of Work item Overview of Work item External interactions Work item in JBPM6 Out of the Box work item handlers Service task example, configuration and execution Custom work item Custom work item example Hands on exercise

Execution control-Agenda Rule set Execution control-Agenda Meaning of Agenda Execution Control – Rules matches & control Execution control-conflict resolution Decision table When & when not to use decision table Rules set part Understanding decision table Rule set attributes Rule table attributes

Module 10-
Rule & Function Rule templates Rules authoring using workbench Data enumeration Guided rule Guided rule template Guided decision table Decision table spreadsheet Functions in Drools Type declaration & Demo

Module 11-
Query, Monitoring and Dashboard Domain Specific Language Advantages Of Using DSL DSL Mapping Adding Constraints DSLR File Creation Creating New Drools Project Knowledge Builder Backword Chaining Defining a Query Business Activity Monitoring Expenses Dashboard

Module 12-
Persistence File and Custom Node How to Create Persistence File BMT Transaction Manager Schemas JPA Read And Write Strategy File What is Work Item Creation of Sample Custom Node Creation of Sample Custom Work Node Display Claim Details Details Claims Remote JAVA API&REST Pages Claims-Sam Process Remote API Factory Kie Service Handler

Project work Project1-JBPM web app Project2-JBPM-Persistence Project3-JBPM-domainspecificnode Project4-DecisionTable

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