The SAP HANA database is an excellent DBMS/appliance when it comes to data recovery. It stores data from the main memory to the secondary disk at frequent intervals during operation. Thus, if there is a power outage or database failure, your system continues running without interruption.
Process automation entails the use of technology to automate your business process. This eases the processes, centralizes information, cuts back on the cost of your workforce and makes processes faster.
Let’s finish this run on iBPM with an example of creating an APP in Pega Systems Express. The Pega Systems 7 Platform is designed to allow the user to build visual-driven applications quickly. Let’s look at how you can use Pega to implement business process management (iBPM) by building our first Pega 7 App together.
The core of Pega is its Pega RULES Process Commander, which enjoys a deserved reputation as an exceptional software. It’s highly sophisticated programming easily streamlines large, complex, multi-year projects. Lloyds Banking Group used the software to minimize customer complaints, and Cisco used Pega to centralize its operational processes. Indeed, one of Pega’s best features is its ability to launch and implement quickly regardless of the size or objectives of the project.
Last month we took a high-level view of the Appian intelligent BPM (iBPM) platform. We saw that Appian iBPM Solutions remain the best-in-class primarily due to its focus on the business user by enabling them to improve business decisions. The Appian Platform is designed to make it easy to build robust enterprise applications with a combination of low-code development and business process management (iBPM) tools. So let’s build our first Appian Application together…
Appian iBPM Solutions leads the industry by integrating RPA, prioritizing people, technology, and processes, offering superior low-code app building capabilities and dynamic case management. These capabilities enable users to streamline their operations through greater access to data when they need it.
BPM software has matured over the last decade. The initial idea of mapping business processes, then optimizing each one to improve business efficiency was a tantalizing, but elusive goal. BPM tools and techniques put you on the path to agile development, and continuous improvement.
When the workflow starts you have an instance of the BOR object which is defined by the key fields that were instantiated and passed during the normal event creation. Now you want to instantiate the class which you are going to utilize. Leveraging the class we developed in the previous blogs, create a method that has in input parameter as which is the key to the class, and an export parameter that is a type reference to your class. The method ‘CREATE_INSTANCE’ is defined as static and public.
Creating a class that can be used by workflow is a little more time consuming than creating a copy of a standard SAP Business Object and delegating your new object, but once you have done it a few times it is rather simple and allows you to utilize ABAP OO.
SAP Business Workflow was built on an approximation of object orientated programming called the Business Object Repository or BOR. It uses object oriented techniques which allowed developers the ability to create copies of standard BOR objects, modify them and through inheritance allow them to be used in place of the standard.