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

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Technical perspective

Once we understand each scenario, we can start thinking about the technical implications that our models will have. We can start analyzing which technical details we need to add in order to automate our business processes. In this section, we will start analyzing the technical assets that will be generated when we model our business process diagram in a BPMN2 tool that allows us to export the model as an XML file.

Let's start modeling the first version of the sprint management scenario.

Sprint management technical overview

As we have the initial description of our business process, we can go ahead and model it inside our business process designer tool. If we do that in jBPM6 web designer (which will be introduced in Chapter ...

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