SAP Business Process Management

Tab/window close management (Part 1 – Add an event listener to the aBPM link – provider side implementation)

aBPM (accelerates Business Process Management) gives you a powerful framework to generate sophisticated Fiori-like UIs, but sometimes you need to break its chains to leverage your UI with more functionality. One example is the need for JavaScript code when using the Link UI Control. aBPM gives you the possibility to set the URL in a static or a dynamic way, but sometimes you don’t want the “simple” navigation to the …

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New WebIDE: Will it breathe life to the BPM tool

SAP BPM tool can find its roots to about 5 years ago with its Eclipse plugin. BPM was gaining traction across the various solutions and SAP was also on the bandwagon promoting its new toolsets and integration with the Web Dynpro Java User interfaces. The product was appreciated but not consumed by the clients. Will the new version of BPM tool through the Web IDE breathe life to the BPM …

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Building custom themes for aBPM UIs – Part 3

Often theming business applications according to the specifications of a corporate style guide is a requirement in development projects. Therefore, this blog series demonstrates a possibility provided by aBPM (see aBPM – a solution extension offered by SAP Consulting) to theme your aBPM process UIs with no requirements in deeper knowledge of CSS. The blog series is structured the following way: Part 1 – Introduction to using the UI Theme Designer …

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Trigger an aBPM event call during the tab/window close

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but in some use cases the ordinary end user doesn’t use action buttons at the bottom like a put back button for releasing the task. The typically end user close the task only via tab or window close. In such cases a task is claimed and cannot be opened, …

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Hide default aBPM header buttons

Inside of the aBPM Framework exists a lot of features and functionalities that helps to realize a custom scenario very quickly, but sometimes some features like the feeds or the filter buttons in the top header button row are not necessary to display. Inside of the following blog you will find a solution to hide those buttons with some line of JavaScript code. Use case: The aBPM scenario is a …

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How I slove ” Consistency violation has been found. Fix your model accordingly.” for NWDI Track

Hi Friends, I was hunting by this error” Consistency violation has been found. Fix your model accordingly.” but couldn’t found proper solution since more then one month.I tried lot of blogs and threads also but each suggest different solution which were not worked for me… Actually the situation is that I have develop the BPM and it is successfully build locally and I am successfully able to deploy on server …

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Business Process Improvement Begins with BPR

Business Process Improvement Begins with BPR By Erwan Philippe “Change can be frightening, and the temptation is often to resist it. But change almost always provides opportunities—to learn new things, to rethink tired processes, and to improve the way we work.” – Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum Businesses begin as great ideas that seek to fulfill a demand. When starting a business, one of …

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aBPM Step by Step – Part 3

In the first two parts of this series we had a look on the definition/design of the user interface as well as the integration of aBPM with SAP BPM workflows. This time we’ll have a look at the custom email feature that is included in aBPM and how to use it. Email support in BPM standard First of all: BPM includes already email support as a standard feature. You can …

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How parallel is the parallel split in SAP BPM?

For a large SAP BPM project, we created a proof of concept to investigate the response times of 2 separate SAP systems, being called synchronously in 1 BPM process. An important BPM flow object is the parallel split, to execute certain flows in parallel. As the objects definition states, passes on sequence flow unconditionally to all outgoing gates in parallel, the process is executed in parallel. Or not?   First, …

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Dynamically Start Parallel Process Instances in SAP BPM

Dynamically Start Parallel Process Instances in SAP BPM Introduction: SAP BPM provides the myriad of possibilities to integrate and orchestrate between multiple systems and applications. The orchestration could be system-centric or human centric depending on the business requirements. However, the business requirements could pose an integration challenge that requires thorough knowledge of SAP BPM implementation. This article provides a unique insight on how to start multiple process instances Challenge: Business …

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