Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Essentials
Question No: 11
Which three can be classified as measurement marks? Select three.
Explanation: The types of measurement marks you can define are: Single measurement (D)
Interval start (A) Interval stop
Measurement marks are associated to a flow element. Measurement marks of type interval start track the value of business indicators before running the flow elements that proceeds them. Counter marks (C), measurement marks of type interval stop and single
measurement marks track the value of business indicators after running the flow element that precedes them.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (126.96.36.199.0), 11 Using Process Analytics
Question No: 12
Which two activities are supported by BPM Studio? Select two.
Design BAM dashboards
Design user interfaces
Design value chain models
Design adapter services
Explanation: D: Services based on adapters and other SOA components must be created in Oracle BPM Studio
Note: Oracle BPM Studio is a component of the Oracle BPM Suite that enables process developers to create process-based applications. It also enables process analysts and developers to model business processes.
Oracle BPM Studio is part of the Oracle JDeveloper IDE. and shares many of the JDeveloper user interface elements used by the Oracle SOA Suite.
There are three typical use cases for Oracle BPM Studio:
*Develop process-based business applications based on process models created using the Oracle BPA Suite or Oracle Business Process Composer.
*Create process models and implement them as process-based business applications.
*Create project templates that are used in Business Process Composer to create running business applications.
Question No: 13
What is the specially-seeded BPM role with business admin privileges to act on others#39; behalf or reassign tasks?
Explanation: Process Owner – Managing process flow, task assignments, policies, rules, objectives,
and performance measurement, the Process Owner is responsible and accountable for the performance of end-to-end business processes. The Process Owner owns a specific process or processes, and is the primary authority for making decisions necessary to resolve conflict or overlap between processes.
Process Owner is the subject matter expert (SME) for the business process(es). He is the business primary contact for the Business Process Analyst. People in this role however, specialize in a small number of processes and don#39;t have the broader perspective of other the business leadership across the enterprise.
Establishing the Process Owner role has emerged as a best practice for BPM since the key business processes cross organizational boundaries and typically have no single point of responsibility. Commonly, gaps (known as the white spaces) exist between
the departmental silos of business process activity where ownership is undetermined and knowledge is sparse. The creation of the Process Owner role solves these problems by identifying individuals to be the experts responsible for the end-to-end flow of key business processes. While authority for departmental or divisional business process activities remains with respective managers, the Process Owner is able to take a
holistic view and make better recommendations for enterprise-wide process improvement.
Business process administration during runtime also requires considerable business knowledge and the Process Owner should be expected to support this key operational activity.
Question No: 14
The initial performer of a task is determined by the role associated with the swimlane in which the task Modeled except when you use .
a complex task
a user task
an FYI task
a group task
Explanation: A complex user task uses a complex routing flow that is defined within the human task.
BPM Studio offers a number of human task patterns out of the box, to make it easy to implement the most common types of human tasks. For example, the Simple pattern just assigns individual users or groups. The Management pattern is used for a sequential list of approvers up the management chain. Initiator is for the person who kicks off the process.For most of these, swimlane roles are used to determine assignments. For the Complex task, however, the swimlane is irrelevant, and routing and assignments are typically more complicated.
Note: Swimlanes are the horizontal lines that run across the process editor. All flow objects must be placed within a swimlane.
Swimlanes can also be used to group flow objects based on the roles defined within your process. Swimlanes that contain user tasks must have roles assigned to them. Swimlanes visually display the role responsible for performing each flow object within your process.
Additionally, you can have multiple swimlanes that are assigned to the same role.
Swimlanes can make your process more readable when you must use the same role in different parts of the same process.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for
Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (188.8.131.52.0), 6.1 Using Swimlanes to Organize Your Process
Question No: 15
Which three actions can be performed in Process Spaces? Select three.
set up business rules for collaboration
share documents such as requirement documents, feedback documents, and design specs
define business indicators for custom dashboards
create a process instance space for collaboration specific to one process instance
Explanation: Process Spaces is a workspace built on top of Oracle WebCenter Portal: Spaces. It enables greater collaboration by combining the content from the panels in Process Workspace with an additional workspace in which you can collaborate in the development of process models.
WebCenter Portal provides group spaces that support discrete communities of any size that are organized around an area of interest or a common goal. WebCenter Portal also provides various collaborative services enabling document sharing, discussions, wikis, lists, links, tagging, and real-time collaboration services such as presence and instant messaging.
Process Spaces provides these WebCenter Portal group spaces specifically for business process management:
A process workspace-For process participants to collaborate on relevant processes and instances based on their roles. This enables, for example, a group of sales representatives within a given region to share documents and information about various customers, the products they are buying, their requirements and history.
A process modeling space-For domain analysts to collaborate on various aspects of modeling business processes. This enables, for example, experts from various departments to jointly develop processes that reflect the needs of their various departments.
A process instance space-Created on an ad hoc basis for long-running instances, it displays specific instances that require a high level of collaboration over time.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (184.108.40.206.0), 11 Getting Started with Process Spaces
Question No: 16
Human workflow notifications are implemented if through .
user written Java code called from within the BPMN/BPEL processes
scripts included in task definitions
integration with the SOA User Messaging Server (UMS)
integration with third party products
Explanation: You can configure human workflow notification properties, such as setting the notification mode for messages and setting actionable addresses. These properties are used to notify users of changes to the state of a task.
To configure human workflow notification properties: Acess this page through one of the following options: From the SOA Infrastructure Menu…
Select SOA Administration gt; Workflow Notification Properties The Workflow Notification Properties page appears.
You now configure Oracle User Messaging Service to send and receive notifications. During configuration, you provide the addresses that are used by human workflow.
Oracle庐 Fusion Middleware Administrator#39;s Guide for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle Business Process Management Suite, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1), 21 Configuring Human Workflow Service Components and Engines
Question No: 17
Beyond process modeling, which two activities are supported by the Process Composer? Select two.
Defining complex data types
Defining business rules
Defining human tasks
Defining adapter services
Explanation: There are three typical use cases for Oracle Business Process Composer:
*Create, edit and deploy projects based on project templates.
Create process blueprints.
Edit business rules for in-flight processes
The Human Task editor enables you to create and edit human tasks that are stored as part of the business catalog.
Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (220.127.116.11.0), 3 Introduction to Oracle Business Process Composer
Question No: 18
Which one is not correct regarding the Process Simu-lation Model?
The percentage of time that a conditional or default path is executed Is captured by the Probability property.
The rate of arrival of process instances is specified as a parameter at the Start Event.
The cost of a process step is specified by the fixed cost and resource cost properties.
The processing time is a constant and is specified as Days:Hours:Minutes:Seconds.
Answer: B Explanation:
Note: After creating a processmodel, Oracle BPMStudio allows you to run simulations to determine the performance of your process model. You can also use process simulations to compare how changes to an existing process will affect performance. You can run process simulations based on simulated data or real-world data from production processes. Oracle BPM allows you to simulate the behavior of process models based on real or simulated data. After you have designed a business process model, Oracle BPM Studio allows you to run process simulations to determine their efficiency. You can also use simulations to test the effects of changes on your process design.
Reference: Oracle庐 Business Process Management, Oracle BPM Studio Help
Question No: 19
Which two correctly describe a Project Simu-lation Model?
It is used for simu-lation across multiple processes.
It describes the simu-lation scenario for a process model.
It is associated with shared resources.
It is configured using BPMN 2.0 notation.
It is driven by parameters provided at application deployment time.
Question No: 20
A task is considered overdue when .
there are no more renewals
the current date is beyond the due date
the current date is beyond the expiration date
the current date is beyond both the expiration and the due date
Explanation: A task is considered overdue after it is past the specified due date. This date is in addition to the expiration policy. A due date can be specified irrespective of whether an expiration policy has been specified. The due date enables Oracle BPM Worklist to display a due date, list overdue tasks, highlight overdue tasks in the inbox, and so on.
Reference: Oracle庐 Fusion Middleware Developer#39;s Guide for Oracle SOA Suite 11g Release 1 (11.1.1), 26 Designing Human Tasks
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