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Conversation Diagram: Quick Reference Guide


EVENTS activities
A conversation defines a set of logically related
message exchanges. When marked with a
A Call conversation is a wrapper for a globally
defined Conversation or Sub-conversation.
A Conversation Link
connects Conversations
AT A GLANCE start intermediate END A Task is an atomic activity within a process
flow. A Task is used when the work in a
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Event Sub-Processing

Boundary Interrupting
+ symbol it indicates a Sub-conversation, a A call to a Sub-conversation is marked with and Participants. process cannot be broken down into finer

Event Sub-Process
compound conversation element. a + symbol. levels of detail.

Non-interrupting

Non-Interrupting
Collaboration Diagram:

Interrupting
Top-Level

Boundary

Throwing
Catching
A Transaction is a specialized type of
sub-process whose special behavior is
controlled through a transaction protocol.
None: Untyped events,
indicate start point, state of
changes or final states An Event SubProcess may occur many
Message: Receiving and times. Unlike the standard SubProcess that
sending messages uses the flow of the parent process as a
trigger, it has a Start Event as a trigger.
Timer: Cyclic timer events,
points in time, time spans,
A Call Activity identifies a point in a
or timeouts
process where a global process is used.
Escalation: Escalating to a The Call Activity acts as a ‘wrapper’ for
higher level of responsibility the invocation of the global process within
the execution.
Conditional: Reacting
to changed business
conditions or integrating Activity Markers – Markers indicate Task Types – Types specify the
business rules executive behavior of activities. nature of the action to be preformed.

Link: Off-page connectors. SUB-PROCESS MARKER SEND TASK


Two corresponding
LOOP MARKER RECEIVE TASK
link events equal a
sequence flow PARALLEL MI MARKER USER TASK
Error: Catching or throwing
SEQUENTIAL MI MARKER MANUAL TASK
named errors

Choreography Diagram: Process Diagram: Cancel: Reacting to AD HOC MARKER BUSINESS RULE TASK

cancelled transactions or COMPENSATION MARKER SERVICE TASK


triggering cancellations
Multiple Participants SCRIPT TASK
Marker denotes a set Compensation: Handling or
triggering compensation
of Participants of the
same kind. Signal: Signaling across
connecting objects
different processes. A signal Sequence Flow
thrown can be caught
A Choreography Task A Sub-Choreography contains A Call Choreography is a wrapper for A Message decorator multiple times
represents an Interaction a refined choreography with a globally defined Choreography Task depicting the content
Multiple: Catching one out
(Message Exchange) between several Interactions. or Sub-Choreography. A call to of the message. It can Data Association
of a set of events. Throwing
two Participants. a Sub-Choreography is marked with only be attached to
all events defined
a + symbol. Choreography Tasks.
Parallel Multiple:
Catching all out of a set Message Flow
of parallel events
Terminate: Triggering the
immediate termination of
a process Default Sequence Flow

data objects swimlanes

Pool
Pools (Participants) and Lanes
represent responsibilities for
activities in a process. A pool or a
lane can be an organization, a role,

Pool
or a system. Lanes subdivide pools
or other lanes hierarchically.

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exchanges can be specified
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Quick Reference Guide Model analysis:
Organization structure definition:
• Helps to understand business domain concepts
• Can be reused in business processes
AT A GLANCE • Multiple ways to visualize related elements
• Powerful search of related elements
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• Enables traceability between process and data views The Sales Department Manager is responsible for the development and performance of all
sales activities. He staffs and directs a sales team, establishes plan and strategies to expand
RETRIEVE REQUIRED PARTS: the customer base, and contributes to the development of training and educational programs
for the sales force.

Sales Manager Responsibilities


1 Sales Director
• Develops a business plan and sales strategy
• Maintains accurate records of all pricing, sales and activity reports
• Provides feedback to management regarding performance
• Assists sales in the preparation of proposals
• Creates and conducts proposal presentations
• Responsible for the performance and development of the sales force

The Production Manager coordinates the resources and activities required to produce ordered
manufacturing items. This person is responsible for staffing and directing a manufacturing team,
establishes plans and strategies to improve manufacturing processes, and contributes to the
development of training and educational programs for workers.

2 Production Director Production Manager Responsibilities


# Name Documentation
• Responsible for fulfilling all orders, plans and schedules for each worker on a timely basis
The Sales Department Manager is responsible for the development and performance of all • Maintains accurate records of all manufacturing, resources and raw material reports
sales activities. He staffs and directs a sales team, establishes plan and strategies to expand • Provides feedback to management regarding staff performance
the customer base, and contributes to the development of training and educational programs • Plans and schedules tasks for each worker
for the sales force. • Responsible for the performance, safety and career development of workers

Sales Manager Responsibilities


1 Sales Director
• Develops a business plan and sales strategy
• Maintains accurate records of all pricing, sales and activity reports
• Provides feedback to management regarding performance
• Assists sales in the preparation of proposals
• Creates and conducts proposal presentations
• Responsible for the performance and development of the sales force

The Production Manager coordinates the resources and activities required to produce ordered
manufacturing items. This person is responsible for staffing and directing a manufacturing team,
establishes plans and strategies to improve manufacturing processes, and contributes to the
development of training and educational programs for workers.

2 Production Director Production Manager Responsibilities


• Responsible for fulfilling all orders, plans and schedules for each worker on a timely basis
• Maintains accurate records of all manufacturing, resources and raw material reports
• Provides feedback to management regarding staff performance
• Plans and schedules tasks for each worker
• Responsible for the performance, safety and career development of workers

Business Process model using BPMN 2.0:


• Represents flow of the process • Can be drawn at different abstraction levels
Take business process beyond just BPMN.
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Business data model:


• Helps to understand business domain concepts
• Can be reused in business processes
• Enables traceability between process and data views

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• Standard notation is understood by business • Capture business vocabulary and business
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• Relate your organization structure to the processes your business rules with complete validation.
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• Is the BPMN 2.0 reference model for the OMG
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