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Thanks for watching the first video in our OpenEdge 11.3 Tech Tip video series of four. Now that you’ve gotten an introduction to 11.3 and have toured a business process to better understand how OpenEdge BPM works as part of the platform (which now integrates BPM and Corticon BRMS for OpenEdge), let’s step up your skills even more!
In this second video, I will show you how to actually build a process oriented application using OpenEdge BPM. I’ll explain BPM modeling using the Process Modeller and explore swim lanes, worksteps, decisions, performers, human interaction and managed adapters. Click play below to learn more.
I hope you found this tech tip helpful. Keep an eye out for more on tech tips 3 and 4, and please share your comments and questions below!
Gary is responsible for developing go-to-market strategies, providing technical marketing support and developing best practice materials for the Rollbase aPaaS platform.
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