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WebMethods BPM training

WebMethods BPM training course introduces Software AG webMethods BPMS. Participants learn through hands-on exercises how to either to enhance an imported logical business process model or to implement a technical business process model from scratch. The process model will be enhanced in Designer by adding underlying invoked services and business rules. Moreover, the students will implement automated business processes that require user task execution. Deployed processes will be tested and executed. Their execution will be monitored using My webMethods. Additionally, the class covers more advanced topics such as quality of service settings, task user interface development, and starting processes from various sources. At the end of this course, students will be able to model, execute, debug and monitor business processes across the extended enterprise. This course is an intensive workshop; the core of the course is a set of representative example business cases that illustrate the features of webMethods BPM.


Understanding of general BPM concepts, e.g. as provided in Software AG’s FREE book “BPM Basics for Dummies”.

1 to 2 years’ experience in process modeling or process developmentSolid

Solid hands-on experience working with the Eclipse IDE


  • BPMN Overview
  • BPM Workflow patterns
  • BPM Lifecycle


  • webMethods product suite in the context of Business Infrastructure Software
  • Benefits of Business Process Management (BPM)
  • Components of webMethods
  • BPM Development lifecycle Management
  • webMethods BPMS Architecture
  • webMethods BPMS features, roles


  • Setting up the BPMS Environment
  • Basic Administration steps in your environment
  • Basics of Software AG Designer
  • Configuring the Software AG Designer development environment


  • Introduction to Process Modeling
    • Perform basic modeling
    • Create process model reports
    • Print and import process models
    • Build and upload your process models
    • Test your processes


  • Basic Task Assignment
    • Add a task node to a process model
    • Generate a simple task implementation
    • Deploy the task application
    • Interact with the generated task interface


  • Overview of Process Monitoring
  • Monitoring Business Processes
  • Resubmitting Business Processes
  • Monitor Architecture
  • Process Logging


  • Overview and Implementation of Parallelism, Subprocesses and Correlation
    • Implement parallelism using parallel steps, Joins and Subprocesses
    • Parallelism using Distributed Process Runtime
    • Developing the business processes correlation services and fields


  • Robust Processes
    • Configure error, cancel, and timeout handling at process level
    • Configure exceptional transitions at step level
    • Leverage error data and error handling processes

Software and Hardware


    – Software AG 9.5/9.10 (64 bit)

  • Integration Server(Process Engine) with License Key
  • Universal Messaging with License Key
  • MWS (Task Engine)
  • Designer
  • Monitor

– Oracle 11g


– 8 GB RAM
– 100 GB HDD
– Processor: I3 or higher

Operating System

    – Windows 7 Professional (64 bit)


The practical exercises were useful in offering ‘hands on’ experience. The interactive atmosphere and live examples used for illustration were refreshing.


Very well organized and conceived. By following the course, I was able to learn and build on the concepts with minimal questions or frustration. It taught me what I was looking to learn, was well organized, and well-paced. I’m already applying what I learned at work.


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