Successful projects are lead by software architects, specialists, present during the whole project lifecycle. These personas provide and support the team with a productive development environment, solution, and addresses doubts and issues properly. A Business Automation project has different needs and may require different handling from a traditional one.
How to deal with unpredictable business processes? What about exceptions during execution? Since business assets are now treated as code, how to version it and keep it synchronized through dev and biz environments? How to properly store the assets in order to promote a pipeline delivery? Can you provide a single sign-on with other available application? And still, keep a high test coverage?
Knowledge and embasement to allow architects to take proper decisions and provide guidance for the team and project will be provided on this section.
- Recall basic modeling concepts
- User Task and Forms
- Asynchronous Execution
- Dealing with unexpected errors
- Business Task: Business rules as independent services
- Delivering domain logic with Custom Tasks
This section is part of the jBPM Getting Started series