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WS-BPEL 2.0 for SOA Composite Applications with IBM WebSphere 7 by Gregor Srdic, Matjaz B. Juric, Ales Frece, Swami Chandrasekaran, Matej Hertis

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Process modeling

Now that we have become familiar with the basic concepts of business process modeling in WebSphere Business Modeler, we can start modeling our example process. Our process should look like this:

Process modeling
  1. First, we will create a Employee Travel Status Scope sub-process. Select Process from the Activities group in the Palette. Click on the modeling surface to place the sub-process on the diagram. Rename it to Employee Travel Status Scope by double-clicking it, as shown in the following screenshot. We can also rename the activities through the Properties view by changing the Name property.
  2. Next, open Employee Travel Status Scope in a new page ...

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