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Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Essentials

Question No: 31

Business Rules can be integrated with , and

. Select three.

  1. Human workflow

  2. Start events

  3. BPMN processes

  4. BPEL processes

  5. Web services

Answer: A,C,D

Explanation: A: Human workflow supports declarative assignment and routing of tasks. These tasks can be assigned with business rules.

C: BPMN processes are contained within an Oracle BPM project. BPM projects contain all of the resources required for a functioning BPM application, including BPMN processes SOA artifacts, such as business rules and human tasks.

D: Oracle BPEL Process Manager supports business rules and business rule engines.

Note: In Oracle Business Rules you define a function in a manner similar to a Java method, but an Oracle Business Rules function does not belong to a class. You can use Oracle Business Rules functions to extend a Java application object model so that users can perform operations in rules without modifying the original Java application code.

You can use an Oracle Business Rules function in a condition or in an action associated with a rule or a Decision Table.

You can also use an Oracle Business Rules function definition to share the same or a similar expression among several rules, and to return results to the application.

An Oracle Business Rules function includes the following: Name: The Oracle Business Rules function name.

Return Type: A return type for the Oracle Business Rules function, or void if there is no

return value.

Bucketset: The bucketset to associate with the Oracle Business Rules function. Arguments: The function arguments. Each function argument includes a name and a type. Function Body: The function body includes predefined actions. Using predefined actions Rules Designer assures that an Oracle Business Rules function is well formed and can be validated.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 18 BPEL Process Integration with Business Rules

Question No: 32

Which three artifacts are parts of the Business Catalog in Oracle BPM Suite 11g? Select three.

  1. Human workflow implementation

  2. Organization units and roles

  3. Business rules implementation

  4. Business exceptions

  5. Business indicators

Answer: A,C,D

Explanation: The business catalog is a repository that stores the components you use to implement some flow objects in BPMN processes.

The business catalog stores the following types of components: Errors

Events

Human Tasks (A) Business Rules(C) Service Adapters Synthesized Types

BPEL Processes and Mediators Business Objects

Business Exceptions (D)

Note: Business Catalogues in any Business Process Management solution plays a very vital role. They act as a repository to store and manage all assets and artifacts being used in the process. Hence they are the building blocks of any process implementation.

Another important use of Business Catalogue is the ability to share and reuse assets across different business processes and functions.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 12.1 Introduction to the Business Catalog

Question No: 33

Which one of these components provides a shared work environment access multiple BPM Studio Process Composer clients?

  1. Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER)

  2. Oracle Meta Data Services (MDS)

  3. Oracle BPM Repository (OBR)

  4. Oracle Business Process Analysis Suite (OBPA) Repository

Answer: B

Explanation: Oracle Business Process Composer is a collaboration tool that enables process analysts to easily interact with process developers. It provides a user-friendly interface for creating process-based business applications based on project templates. These templates are created using Oracle BPM Studio.

Business Process Composer also provides an environment for creating process blueprints. Process blueprints are implemented as part of an Oracle BPM project and can easily be shared with process developers who are using Oracle BPM Studio to implement business processes as part of a business application.

Process blueprints are the first draft of a business process. They allow you to create abstract definitions of your business processes. These processes are included within a basic Oracle BPM Project that can be shared between Oracle BPM Studio and Business Process Composer.

However, process blueprints do not contain any of the implementation details required for an Oracle BPM application. Process developers can use Oracle BPM Studio to add the

required implementation.

From Business Process Composer, you can publish the project to the Oracle BPM MDS partition where process developers can add the required technical implementation using Oracle BPM Studio.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 3.1.1 Oracle Business Process Composer Use Cases

Question No: 34

Human workflow is implemented as a .

  1. service engine within the SOA infrastructure

  2. component within the BPEL service engine

  3. component within the BPMN service engine

  4. shared component within both BPEL and BPMN service

Answer: A

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 21.2 Configuring Human Workflow Task Service Properties

Question No: 35

Which one is not allowed?

  1. Non-interrupting Timer Event

  2. Non-interrupting Error Event

  3. Non-interrupting Message Event

  4. Non-interrupting Signal Event

Answer: B

Explanation: Message, signal, and timer events offer a choice whether to be used as

interrupting or non-interrupting.

Question No: 36

Which out-of-the-box dashboard would you use to determine how many instances were particular business process?

  1. Workload Per Process

  2. Performance Per Process

  3. Workload Per Participant

  4. Performance Per Participant

Answer: A

Explanation: The “Workload per process” dashboard displays the number of active instances waiting for completion, by process.

When you drill down into a specific process, the right panel displays the total number of instances waiting for completion in each of the activities in the selected process. The last drilldown displays the instances waiting for completion for the selected activity and process.

Reference: Monitoring a Business Process in Oracle BPM 11g: Narration Script

Question No: 37

In Oracle BPM 11g, a signal event is implemented as a(n)

  1. JMS topic

  2. EDN event

  3. synchronous service

  4. asynchronous service

Answer: B

Explanation: Signal events allow you to broadcast a message to all the processes in a BPM project. Only the processes configured to listen to that signal react.

Oracle BPM uses Oracle Event Delivery Network (EDN) to send and receive signals.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 19.8 Introduction to Communication Between Processes Using Signal Events

Question No: 38

Which three levels allow for sampling point generation for a BPM process? Select three.

  1. Process

  2. Project

  3. Activity

  4. Simulation

Answer: A,B,C

Explanation: You can configure the sampling point generation at the following levels: Process

Project Activity

Note: When the BPMN Service Engine runs the activity in the process it stores data about the process to the BPM Cubes and Oracle BAM Data Objects. This data comes from the sampling points defined in the project. You can configure which processes in your project, or which activities in your project generate sampling points in these databases.

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0), 11.3 Configuring Projects, Processes and Activities to Generate Sampling Points

Question No: 39

Which one of these implementations will allow a process to reply back to the calling process?

  1. a Receive task followed by a Send task that implements a Service call to the calling process

  2. a Send task with Conversation set to Initiates In its implementation

  3. a Service task that implements a Process Call to the calling process

  4. a Receive task with Conversation set to Initiates followed by a Send task with conversation set Continues

Answer: A

Question No: 40

Which three allow defined business indicators to be measured? Select three.

  1. Sampling points

  2. Start and stop interval

  3. Single measurement

  4. Counters

Answer: A,B,C

Explanation: A: When the BPMN Service Engine runs the activity in the process it stores data about the process to the BPM Cubes and Oracle BAM Data Objects. This data comes from the sampling points defined in the project. You can configure which processes in your project, or which activities in your project generate sampling points in these databases.

The types of measurement marks you can define are:

*Single Measurement (C)

*Interval Start (B)

*Interval Stop (B)

Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware Business Process Composer User#39;s Guide for Oracle Business Process Management, 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5.0):

11.3 Configuring Projects, Processes and Activities to Generate Sampling Points

11.5 Adding Measurement Marks to Processes

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