Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) – Check Book Request application
Oracle BPM Process model
Steps in the test scenario:
- CSR will enter a request for a new check book.
- Request will be routed to the manager, manger reviews it and sends it back for modification.
- CSR will modify and resubmit the request
- Manager approves the request
- Request is processed by the dummy web service simulating the a Bank Web service for checkbook request
- CSR gets notified once the processing is complete
CSR logs into the console to initiate the checkbook request application
CSR enters the customer information in the form and clicks submit
When the manager logs into the console with this credentials, he will get the review message
The number of checkbooks ordered is above the order limit, so the manager enters his comments rejects the request
CSR gets a notification on the console and he is able to see the manager comments, he can then correct the data and re-submit for approval
The manager gets the notification, verifies the request and approves it
The request is then sent to the logistics system via a web service call.
Below screenshot shows the trace for the Dummy Web service that is simulating the bank’s system for check book request web service
We can see the process receives the input and responds with the output variables
The system processes the checkbook request and notifies the CSR
CSR will review and response message and acknowledges final result message by clicking “Dismiss”.