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jBPM6 Developer Guide by Esteban Aliverti, Mauricio Salatino, Mariano Nicolas De Maio

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Chapter 3. Using BPMN 2.0 to Model Business Scenarios

After learning about the BPM discipline, we understand that we need to have a formal language to express our business processes. This language will help us in defining a well-established sequence for the decisions our organization makes. We want to make sure such definitions are as powerful as possible, so we want the formal language to be extensible. We also want the freedom to choose our BPM system regardless of our definitions as much as possible, so we want the formal language to follow widely accepted standards. For all these reasons, in this chapter we focus on BPMN 2.0, a standard, flexible language that is supported by jBPM6 and many other providers as the current de facto language ...

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