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Preface Part One. Concepts 1. Introduction to Business Process Modeling The Benefits of BPM BPM Acid Test: The Process-Oriented Application The Morass of BPM Workflow Roadmap Summary References 2. Prescription for a Good BPM Architecture Designing a Solution Components of the Design Standards Summary Reference 3. The Scenic Tour of Process Theory Family Tree The Pi-Calculus Petri Nets State Machines and Activity Diagrams Summary References4. Process Design Patterns Design Patterns and the GoF Process Patterns and the P4 Basic Patterns Advanced Branch and Join Patterns Structural Patterns Multiple Instances Patterns State-Based Patterns Cancellation Patterns Yet Another Workflow Language (YAWL) Additional Patterns Process Coding Standards Summary References Part Two. standards 5. Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) Anatomy of a Process BPEL Example BPEL in a Nutshell BPELJ BPEL and Patterns Summary References 6. BPMI Standards: BPMN and BPML BPMN BPML Summary Reference 7. The Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) The Reference Model XPDL WAPI WfXML Summary References 8. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): Choreography About the W3C Choreography and Orchestration WS-CDL WSCI WSCL Summary References 9. Other BPM Models OMG: Model-Driven BPM ebXML BPSS: Collaboration Microsoft XLANG: BPEL Forerunner IBM WSFL: BPEL Forerunner BPEL, XLANG, and WSFL Summary References Part Three. Examples 10. Example: Human Workflow in Insurance Claims Processing Oracle BPEL Process Manager Setting Up the Environment Developing the Example Testing the Example Summary References 11. Example: Enterprise Message Broker What Is a Message Broker? Example: Employee Benefits Message Broker Summary Key BPM Acronymns index
Michael Havey is an architect of several major BPM applications and author of magazine articles on BPM and process-oriented applications. In addition to being interested in the foundational concepts of BPM, Michael has spent much of his career working for companies that sell BPM product solutions (BEA with Weblogic Integration and IBM with Websphere Business Integration).