After getting the BPM Suite ready (Installing BPM components into jdeveloper), here a collections of links to quick-starts, tutorials and the original documentation:
- Oracle BPM and Oracle Service Bus Integration:
About the global picture...
- BPM 11g: For Oracle, It's All About Integration:
Summarizing the steps to Oracle's BPM...
- The official documentation library (11g Release 1)
and inside this documentation you can find the following Guides:
- Modelling and Implementation Guide
This guide contains 447 pages and is for the following audience:
This guide is intended for process developers who use the Business Process Studio application to create and implement business processes, and create and configure Oracle BPM projects used to created process-based applications using the Oracle Business Process Management Suite.
- Administrator's Guide
Targeted audience (618 pages):
This document is intended for administrators managing applications on an SOA platform.
- User's Guide
With only 150 pages for:
This document is intended for all users of both Oracle Business Process Management Workspace and Oracle Business Process Management Process Spaces.
- User's Guide for Oracle Business Composer
135 pages with the following intended audience:
This guide is intended for process analysts who use the Business Process Composer application to create and edit the business processes and Oracle BPM projects used to created process-based applications using the Oracle Business Process Management Suite.
This guide is also intended for process developers who must use Business Process Composer. See Section 1.2, "Oracle BPM User Personas" for more information on these user personas.
This manual assumes that you have basic knowledge of business process design and are familiar with Business Process Management Notation (BPMN) 2.0.
- Samples and Demos