WA1751 Fundamentals of WebSphere Business Modeler 6

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WA1751 Fundamentals of WebSphere Business Modeler
6.2 Training and Courseware

The objective is to learn to model business processes, understand and define the various roles and
responsibilities in business processes, perform analysis and generate reports u
sing WebSphere
Business Modeler Advanced edition.

Topics



Introduction to Business Process Modeling



IBM Tooling



Using WebSphere Business Modeler Advanced edition



Case Study



Model Elements



Process modeling



Advanced Model Elements



Process modeling adva
nced



Process simulation



Analysis



Reporting functions



Versioning projects

Audience

This course is intended for people who will model business processes using the IBM WebSphere
Business Modeler Advanced v6 tool.



Managers



Business analysts

Prerequisite
s


None


Duration


Three days.



WA1751 Fundamentals of WebSphere Business Modeler
6.2 Training and Courseware Course Outline


1. Introduction to Business Process Modeling



What is a Business Process



Business Process Management (BPM)



Why Do BPM?



Who are

the Stakeholders?



Service Oriented Architecture



What s a Service?



Example Services



Service Relationships / Roles



Need for Integration



SOA and Business Process



Example Business Process



SOA & Business Process



Challenges in Process Implementation



P
rocess Challenges, (con d)


2. IBM Tools for BPM



Tools Coverage



WebSphere Business Modeler v6.2



Views, Editors and Perspectives



Basic Operations with Views and Perspectives



Key Features



WebSphere Process Server v6.2



WebSphere Integration Developer (
WID) v6.2



SCA Basics



Wiring Example



Key Features of WID



Finding Support and Documentation


3. Using WebSphere Business Modeler



Installation Techniques



The Workspace



Launching WBM



The Business Modeling Perspective



Business Modeling Project



Catalog




Creating a Project



The Project Tree View



The File System Structure



Business Group



Creating a Business Group



Grouping Elements in a Business Group



Reference Group



Creating a Reference Group



Filtering Reference Group



Exporting Projects



Importing
Projects



Creating a Business Process



The Process Editor



Common Elements



Designing Data Structure



Using Data From a Process



Locate Errors in the Process



Running Simulations



Viewing Results



Samples and Tutorials


4. Business Process Modeling Method
ology



Stages of SOAD



Stage 1: Business Process Modeling



The Modeling Lifecycle



Use Cases



Classifying Use Cases



Use Case Modeling Steps



Finding Use Cases



Abstract Use Cases



Super Business Processes



Finding Actors



Finding Actors, (cont d)



Diagramm
ing Use Cases



Example: Use Case Diagram in UML



Example: Purchase Goods Use Case



Modeling the Business Processes



Use Case and Business Process



Trading Partner Design Pattern



Define Performance Metrics



Deliver Process Model to Developers



Monitor KPIs




Best Practices


5. Case Study



Objectives



The Case Study



The Use Cases



UC 01
-

Document the Job Description



UC 02 Get Budget Approval



UC 03 Search for Candidate and Filter


6. Model Element
-

Basic



Introduction



Business Item



Business Item Instanc
e



Business Item Templates



Internal Representation of Business Items



Data Catalog



Creating Business Item Template



Creating Business Item



Creating Business Item Instance



Advanced Editing



Notification



Example



Creating a Notification


7. Process Mod
eling
-

Basic



Process



Task



Service



Repository



Creating a Global Process



Creating a Local Process



Re
-
using a Global Process



Creating Tasks



Converting Local to Global



Creating Services



The Start Node



The Terminate and End Nodes



Connections



Worki
ng With Data



Process Data Input and Output



Working With a Repository



Decision Elements



Adding a Simple Decision Node



Adding a Multiple Choice Decision Node



Fork



Merge



Join



Merge and Join Input Data



Loop Elements



For Loop



While Loop/Do While Loo
p



Adding Sequence to a Loop



Providing Input to a Loop Element


8. Advanced Model Elements



Resources



Resource Definition Template



Predefined Templates



Resource Catalog



Create a Resource Definition Template



Resource Definition



Create a Resource



Rol
es



Creating a Role



Specify Role for a Resource



Timetable



Exemption



Creating a Timetable



Setting Exemptions



Specify Availability



Cost



Enter Cost



Special Time Based Cost



Expressions



Expression Builder



Term Types



Operators



Creating Modeling Art
ifact Term



Creating a Literal Term



Creating a Function Term



Creating an Expression with a Function Term



Creating Subexpression Term



Rules



Organization and Location



Organization Catalog



Organization Definition Template and Definition



Organization U
nit



Location Definition Template and Location Definition



Organization Structure



Creating a Structure



Category



Creating Structure Definition


9. Advanced Process Modeling



Element Input Details



Input Criteria



Input Constraints



Correlation



Modeling
Correlation



Precondition



Output Details



Output Criteria



Post Condition



Specify Required Roles for a Task



Specify Resources



Color Code by Role or Resource



Specify Duration



Specify Cost and Revenue



Specify Organization and Location



Color Coding Ba
sed on Organization or Location



Classifier



Predefined Classifiers



Creating Custom Classifiers



Using Classifiers



Color Coding Using Classifier



Map Element



Adding a Map



Observer Element



Timer



Specify Timeout



Swimlane Layout



Business Modeling Mode
s



WebSphere Process Server Mode



WebSphere Process Server Mode Guidelines



Technical Attributes View


10. Process Simulation



What is Simulation?



Key Components



Tokens



Basic Simulation Methodology



Creating a Simulation Snapshot and Profile



Things to
Remember



Profile Attributes



Profile Attributes for a Process



Specify Input Data to the Process



Profile Attributes for an Element



The Problem With Business Item Instance Output



Configuring Profile Attribute Defaults



Running Simulation



Simulation End

Message



Configure Simulation Control



Viewing Statistics



Viewing Process Statistics



Viewing Task Statistics



Viewing Connection Statistics



Configure Statistics Display


11. Analyzing Process Models and Simulations



Introduction



Static Analysis of a P
rocess Model



Activities by Classifier Analysis



Activities by Location Analysis



Activities by Organization Unit



Activity Cost and Duration Analysis



Activities Unable to Start Analysis



Activity Resource and Role Leveling Analysis



Throughput Analysis



Path Cycles Analysis



Paths Unable to be Followed Analysis



Static Analysis of the Model Elements



Role Cost Analysis



Role Cost Summary



Role Availability



Resource Analyses



Type Instance Matching



Matrix Analysis



Qualified Resources for Role



Simulatio
n Profile Analysis



Profile Specification Analysis



Static Process Cases Summary Analysis



Dynamic Analysis



Activity Cost



Activity Statistics



Activity Resource Allocation



Resource Usage



Process Break Even



Process Case Analysis



Process Instances Summ
ary



Comparative Analysis


12. Querying, Reporting and Printing



Objectives



Querying



Using Predefined Queries



Running Queries



Creating Queries
-

Manually



Creating Queries Manually



Running Queries Manually



Carrying out Analysis



Reporting



Data Sourc
es



Formatting Reports



Report Templates



Documentation Reports



Dynamic Analysis Reports



Static Analysis Reports



Creating Report Templates



Generating a Report



Specifying Page Attributes



Summary


13. Exporting Models



Objectives



The Need for Exportin
g Models



Export Formats



Exporting to WebSphere Business Modeler Project Format



Exporting to UML Business Modeling Profile Format



Exporting to WebSphere MQ Workflow Buildtime



Exporting to WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition



Expo
rting Business Items to Delimited Text Files



Exporting to WebSphere Business Modeler XML Format



Exporting to WebSphere Integration Developer



Summary



14. Versioning Projects



Objectives



The Need for Versioning



Software Configuration Management (SCM)
Tools



Versioning WBM Projects



Adding CVS Repository Location



Adding Rational ClearCase Repository



Working with Repositories
-

Sharing Projects



Working with Repositories
-

Viewing Repository Projects



Working with Repositories
-

Checking Out Projects



Working with Repositories
-

Synchronizing Data



Working with Repositories
-

Disconnecting From Repository



Working with Repositories
-

Viewing Versions



Summary