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Data Flow in Business Automation

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

In BPMN Method and Style, which deals with non-executable models, we don’t worry about process data. It’s left out of the models entirely. We just pretend that any data produced or received by process tasks is available downstream. In Business Automation, i.e., executable BPMN, that’s not the case. Process data is not pervasive, available automatically wherever it’s needed. Instead it “flows”, point to point, between process variables shown in the diagram and process tasks.

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