Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a diagramming notation for business process models. It is emerging as the largest, most widely accepted business process modeling in the industry. BPMN creates a functional flow chart of different processes.
Web Modelers can assign the BPMN properties to Flow Objects when mapping processes on Graph Edit Mode to define business process behaviors.
|BPMN Property||Symbol||Flow Object|
|Loop Characteristic|| Loop:
|Task Type|| Abstract: no symbol
|Gateway Type|| None: no symbol
Exclusive – Event Based:
Exclusive – Event Based – Start:
Parallel – Event Based – Start:
|Event Characteristic|| Start – Interrupting – Catching:
Start – Non-Interrupting – Catching:
Intermediate – Interrupting – Catching:
Intermediate – Non-Interrupting – Catching:
Intermediate – Interrupting – Throwing:
End – Throwing:
|Event Type|| None: no symbol
|Transition Type|| Sequence flow:
This section will cover how to assign BPMN Properties for the following shapes:
To learn more about the BPMN methodology and BPMN properties, click here.
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