C9550-512 IBM Business Process Manager v8.5.7 Application Development using Process Designer

Number of questions: 63
Number of questions to pass: 45
Time allowed: 90 mins
Status: Live

This exam consists of 9 sections described below.

Section 1: IBM Business Process Manager Development Methodology 5%
Outline the timeline and key objectives for each iteration and playback of the IBM Business Process Manager methodology.
Identify the roles and responsibilities for each of the project team members of the IBM Business Process Manager playback methodology.
Illustrate what development steps are needed to perform each playback phase using IBM Business Process Manager.

Section 2: IBM Business Process Manager Architecture 17%
Describe the differences between the Express, Standard and Advanced editions of IBM Business Process Manager.
Describe the differences between the IBM Business Process Manager On Premises and IBM Business Process Manager on Cloud (IBM SaaS offering).
Describe the differences between the Process Designer client application and the web Process Designer.
Explain the IBM Business Process Manager architecture and components.
Design applications using the appropriate mix of IBM Business Process Manager application components.
Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of design decisions on application performance.

Section 3: Process and Case Modeling 21%
Construct a process or case using complex patterns.
Build business objects and variables for use within a business process solution. This includes use of environment and exposed process variables and how data is passed between IBM Business Process Manager process application components.
Demonstrate an understanding of the different gateway types and their runtime implications.
Configure task assignments including teams, team retrieval services, team filter services and expert teams.
Model escalations within a business process solution.
Outline the implementation and behavior options of ad-hoc activities.
Explain the IBM Business Process Manager process spectrum (including the differences between a structured and an unstructured process).
Explain the use of pre and post assignments when implementing processes and services.
Explain the use of relationships between process instances.

Section 4: User Interface Development 17%
Demonstrate an understanding of the differences between client side human services and heritage human services.
Create Coach Views and Coaches, including JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets, localization, and boundary events.
Define Coach View configuration and data options.
Call AJAX and REST services from client side human services.
Customize user interfaces including process instance UIs and Process Portals.
Applying custom themes.

Section 5: Service Development 14%
Construct Implementation Services.
Construct Decisions.
Construct Ajax services.
Demonstrate knowledge and use the IBM Business Process Manager APIs.

Section 6: Content Management 5%
Construct content management components.
Demonstrate knowledge and use of process folders.
Explain the differences between the IBM Business Process Manager document store and external content management systems.

Section 7: Performance Tracking and Reporting 6%
Implement auto tracking groups and timing intervals to monitor state and performance.
Retrieve auto-tracked and manually tracked process information from the Performance Data Warehouse and create custom dashboards and reports.
Configure Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

Section 8: Error Handling, Debugging and Troubleshooting 9%
Design and implement error and exception handling.
Debug processes and services using the appropriate combination of tools.

Section 9: Deployment, Governance and Toolkits 6%
Build and use shared artifacts with toolkits.
Explain the process application deployment procedure, including online/offline deployment, IBM Business Process Manager system topology and process instance migration.

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1 Web Resource

Joins and IBM BPM – Diving Deeper

IBM Knowledge Center – IBM Business Process Manager v8.5.7

IBM Business Process Manager on Cloud

Classroom Course

Course Title: Process Implementing with IBM Business Process Manager Standard V8.5.7 – I

Course Duration: 5 days

Course Number: WB823G

Course Abstract: This course integrates training in business process management (BPM) methods and implementation with IBM Business Process Manager V8.5.7. You learn core process modeling and implementation skills, the project development approach, process model implementation fundamentals, and exceptional delivery patterns. These skills improve the speed and quality of process definition and implementation efforts.
Online course

Understanding Business Process Manager
This course introduces you to IBM Business Process Manager and the strategies, tools, and methodologies that are used for successful business process management programs. You learn how to successfully start employing business process management in your organization.

Redbook

Deliver Modern UI for IBM BPM with the Coach Framework and Other Approaches

IBM Business Process Manager V8.0 Performance Tuning and Best Practices

Scaling BPM Adoption: From Project to Program with IBM Business Process Manager

IBM Business Process Manager V8.5 Performance Tuning and Best Practices

Business Process Management Design Guide Using IBM Business Process Manager

5 Things to Know About IBM BPM Performance Tuning

Web Based Training

Introducing IBM Business Process Manager

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the IBM Business Process Manager product. You learn about the product features, how IBM Business Process Manager differs from other industry tools and products, and the benefits that organizations can derive from the product. The course also provides the proper usage patterns for IBM Business Process Manager, which are based on three unique product configurations.

Overview
PartnerWorld Code: 15010506
Replaces PW Code: 15010505

Status: Live
This intermediate level certification is intended for BPM application developers who lead and contribute to the delivery of complex level process applications.

These BPM application developers implement high quality process-driven and case-driven business solutions using IBM Business Process Manager v8.5.7 including Express, Standard, and Advanced. This exam does not include IBM Integration Designer.

1. IBM Business Process Manager Development Methodology
2. IBM Business Process Manager Architecture
3. Process and Case Modeling
4. User Interface Development
5. Service Development
6. Content Management
7. Performance Tracking and Reporting
8. Error Handling, Debugging and Troubleshooting
9. Deployment, Governance and Toolkits

These BPM application developers are expected to be generally self-sufficient and be able to perform the tasks involved in the role with occasional assistance from peers, product documentation, or vendor support services. Practical experience and in-depth product knowledge are required to ensure success on the test.

To attain the IBM Certified BPM Application Developer – IBM BPM v8.5.7 certification, candidates must possess the skills outlined under Recommended Prerequisites below and must pass 1 test.
Recommended Prerequisite Skills

Working knowledge of:

JavaScript
UI Design
HTML
CSS
REST
XML
JSON
BPMN
Business Action Language (rules development)

Requirements
This certification requires 1 exam

Exam Required:

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C9550-512 – IBM Business Process Manager v8.5.7 Application Development using Process Designer


QUESTION: No: 1
The Business Action Language (BAL) Rule component provides a rule editor that allows authoring of
business rules using which technology?

A. XML or Java
B. General system services
C. Natural language technology
D. JavaScript and AJAX services

Answer: C


QUESTION: No: 2
What is the purpose of an event based undercover agent (UCA) in IBM Business Process Manager?

A. It ensures that timed events are triggering on schedule.
B. It monitors the transfer of tracking events into the Performance Data Warehouse (PDW).
C. It synchronizes shared business objects across one or more Business Process Definitions (BPD’s).
D. It calls a service to handle a message event or a content event targeted for a Business Process
Definition (BPD).

Answer: D


QUESTION: No: 3
Why would a developer use JavaScript in business process definitions?

A. It’s a way to declare variables to be used.
B. This is the only way to define business objects.
C. To create exposed process values for specific users.
D. To implement customized behavior in the process model.

Answer: A


QUESTION: No: 4
When building an Ajax service, which statement is true regarding automatically synchronizing shared
business objects?

A. The settings are configurable.
B. The settings are always disabled.
C. The settings are set using a sewer script.
D. The settings are only available to administrators.

Answer: B


QUESTION: No: 5
What happens when converting BPDs to processes?

A. Sub processes are not converted.
B. Heritage human services and coaches are converted.
C. Linked processes and heritage human services are not converted.
D. References to linked processes and heritage human services need to be recreated.

Answer: C

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