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Module Owb Process Flows

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    • 1. Process Flows OWF, editor, operators, parallel and error processing
    • 2. Process Flows
      • Control sequence
      • Monitor for errors
      • Compliment Mappings
        • Pull based “functions”
      • Think “if/then, case, fork()”
    • 3. Based on…
      • Oracle Workflow
      • XML Definition
      • OWF monitor
      • Unused OWF functionality
    • 4. Structure
      • PROCESS FLOW MODULE
        • PROCESS FLOW PACKAGE
          • PROCESS FLOW NUMBER 1
          • PROCESS FLOW NUMBER 2
          • PROCESS FLOW NUMBER 1
    • 5. Process Flow Editor
    • 6. Process Flow Activities
    • 7. Error Conditions
      • Three standard activity return types
        • Success
        • Warning
        • Error
      • Allows error processing and dispatching
    • 8. Parallel Processing
      • Tasks can be executed in parallel
      • Synchronization Semantics
      • Example
        • Retrieve data from all systems in parallel and then continue once all have completed.
    • 9. Flows within Flows
      • Allows “functional” decomposition
      • Flow “reuse”
      • MUST BE IN SAME PACKAGE
    • 10. OWF Tools
    • 11. Questions for Discussion
      • T/F: You can use the OWF design tool that oracle provides separate from OWB.
      • What common “processing steps” does your implementation use?
        • Could they be implemented in a process flow?