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BPM Book
Author Abstract
    & Tanya Williams
Cover some of the most commonly misunderstood areas of BPMN
Gain the knowledge to write professional BPMN processes
A practical and concise tutorial packed with advanced topics which until now had received little or no documentation for BPM Suite developers and architects
 Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g Handbook book cover  Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Mark Wilkins  Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g HandbookA balanced combination of essential BPM concepts, best practices, and a detailed treatment of all the powerful features and functionalities of Oracle BPM Suite 11g.
 Getting Started With Oracle BPM Suite 11g R1: A Hands-On Tutorial book cover  Heidi Buelow, Manoj Das, Manas Deb, Prasen Palvankar, Meera Srinivasan  Getting Started With Oracle BPM Suite 11g R1: A Hands-On TutorialLearn from the experts – teach yourself Oracle BPM Suite 11g with an accelerated & hands-on learning path brought to you by Oracle BPM Suite Product Management team members.
 bpm21  Vijaya Maddela
picture  Vijaya Maddela This book address all latest features included in PS6.

  •  BPM Composer
  • Case Management
  • Guided Business Process Management.
  • Web Forms
  • Player
  • Simulation
  •  Process Analytics
 https://www.packtpub.com/sites/default/files/4224EN_Oracle%20BPM%20Suite%2011g%20Developers%20cookbook.jpg Oracle BPM Suite 11g Developer’s Coockbook

Vivek Acharya

 Over 80 advanced recipes to develop rich, interactive business processes using the Oracle Business Process Management Suite with this book and ebook



 Oracle BPM Suite 12c Modeling PatternsVivek Acharya
  • Work with multi-instance patterns and advanced flow control patterns so you understand the BPM Process Flow
  • Handle exceptions and develop strategies around fault management in BPM with human interactions, task modeling patterns using Oracle BPM, the fault framework and human workflow
  • Develop a highly efficient Case Management Solution with the help of well explained code samples

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