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Message Text annotation Data object Data store Group BPMN 2.0 IN ARIS CHEAT SHEET Ocial BPMN 2.0 implementer (mentioned by OMG) Full BPMN 2.0 Process Modeling Conformance MAIN MODEL TYPES EVENTS FLOWS GATEWAYS SUB-PROCESSES DATA ACTIVITIES Events are further specified as follows: BPMN collaboration & process diagrams represent control flows and message flows involved in collaborative processes. Enterprise BPMN collaboration & process diagrams enrich the standard by typed lanes. Lanes can state roles, organizational units, application systems etc. that are already maintained in the ARIS library. Start events demonstrate where a certain process will start. Intermediate events aect the process flow. They do not start or end the process. End events demonstrate where a certain process will end. Sequence flows represent the order of activities that are performed within a process. Message flows show the flow of messages between pools. Associations link information with elements. Gateways are used in processes to control the disparity and convergence of sequence flows. Exclusive gateways are decisions that represent alternative paths in a process. Parallel gateways combine and create parallel flows. Inclusive gateways represent alternative but also parallel paths in a process flow. Dierence to exclusive gateways: All condition expressions are evaluated. Complex gateways demonstrate complex synchronization behavior, conditions and situations. Event-based gateways are used as branching points within the process. Alternative paths are based on occurring events. Sub-processes represent activities which include activities, gateways, events and sequence flows. Ad hoc sub-processes represent activities with no sequence relationships. Event sub-processes operate event-handling within a process and are typically related to exceptions. Transaction sub-processes demonstrate coordinated activities such as a business transaction, a rollback or a compensation. Data objects provide information about what activities require to be performed or what they produce. Data stores demonstrate stored information that will last beyond the process. Messages show communication contents between participants. Activities are included as steps in a process. Call activities demonstrate points in the process where global processes or tasks are used. Tasks are further specified as follows: Cancel event Compensation event Condition event Error event Escalation event Link event Message event Multiple event Parallel multiple event Signal event Timer event Pools graphically show participants or processes in a collaboration diagram. Lanes demonstrate organizational and technical responsibilities, typically within pools. SWIMLANES ENTERPRISE BPMN LANES CONTROL FLOW ELEMENTS FURTHER ELEMENTS Pool Lane Organizational unit lane Organizational unit type lane Role lane Position lane Group lane Application system type lane Event Task Call activity Sub-processes Gateway Business rule task Manual task Receive task Script task Send task Service task User task MMMMMMMM MMM MMMM EXAMPLE Applicant selection Applicant Selection eRecruiting (Career4U) Rule-based decision Preselect applicant Appli- cation Local HR Recruiter Forward application to manager Applicant interesting Send rejection to applicant Invite applicant to skill test Evaluate test results Conduct telephone interview Wait for skill test results Send contract Applicant rejected Receive recorded application Applicant Application Change status of applicant Applicant not interesting Applicant rejected Create job offering

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