APS Configuration: Overview

APS Configuration: Overview

This course covers Alfresco Process Services Application Configuration and how it builds upon the BPMN constructs covered in Process Modeling.

About this course

Overview

This course covers Alfresco Process Services Application Configuration and how it builds upon the BPMN constructs covered in Process Modeling.

Application Configuration is closely related to Process Modeling, Development, Requirements and Testing. Time and effort is usually required in all of these areas to deliver an application which meets business needs and delivers organizational value.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • Provide context around why Application Configuration is important
  • Provide an overview of the App Designer
  • Provide an overview of Applications
  • Provide an overview of Processes
  • Provide an overview of Forms
  • Provide an overview of Decision Tables
  • Provide an overview of the development approach for Alfresco Process Services applications

Target Audience

This course is targeted at the following roles:

  • Architects
  • Developers

Time Required: ~60 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 1.8 - 1.8

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

This course presumes that the student is familiar with the following tools, technologies and concepts:

  • Alfresco Process Services Process Modeling
  • General Application Development

Prerequisite Resources

Not Applicable

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • Context
  • Context
  • Application Designer
  • Overview
  • Models
  • Model Editor
  • Applications
  • Overview
  • Applications Lifecycle
  • Processes
  • Step Editor
  • BPMN Editor
  • Process Properties
  • Process Variables
  • User Task Properties
  • Service Task Properties
  • Process Extensions
  • Generate Document
  • REST Call
  • Alfresco Content Services
  • Call Alfresco Action
  • Forms
  • Form Editor
  • Form Configuration
  • Decision Tables
  • Decision Tables Editor
  • Development Approach
  • Overview
  • Users
  • Business Logic
  • Content
  • Application Configuration
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey

About this course

Overview

This course covers Alfresco Process Services Application Configuration and how it builds upon the BPMN constructs covered in Process Modeling.

Application Configuration is closely related to Process Modeling, Development, Requirements and Testing. Time and effort is usually required in all of these areas to deliver an application which meets business needs and delivers organizational value.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • Provide context around why Application Configuration is important
  • Provide an overview of the App Designer
  • Provide an overview of Applications
  • Provide an overview of Processes
  • Provide an overview of Forms
  • Provide an overview of Decision Tables
  • Provide an overview of the development approach for Alfresco Process Services applications

Target Audience

This course is targeted at the following roles:

  • Architects
  • Developers

Time Required: ~60 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 1.8 - 1.8

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

This course presumes that the student is familiar with the following tools, technologies and concepts:

  • Alfresco Process Services Process Modeling
  • General Application Development

Prerequisite Resources

Not Applicable

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • Context
  • Context
  • Application Designer
  • Overview
  • Models
  • Model Editor
  • Applications
  • Overview
  • Applications Lifecycle
  • Processes
  • Step Editor
  • BPMN Editor
  • Process Properties
  • Process Variables
  • User Task Properties
  • Service Task Properties
  • Process Extensions
  • Generate Document
  • REST Call
  • Alfresco Content Services
  • Call Alfresco Action
  • Forms
  • Form Editor
  • Form Configuration
  • Decision Tables
  • Decision Tables Editor
  • Development Approach
  • Overview
  • Users
  • Business Logic
  • Content
  • Application Configuration
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey