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How to build approval process: Oracle Process Cloud by Ankur Jain


This blog will show the step-by-step process on how to create a process which involves a start activity, decision flow, human task, end event, etc in Oracle Process Cloud. We will use the “Form Approval Pattern” to develop the process and edit it as per our business need.

In this article, we will create a Loan Processing application in which user fills the loan application which goes to the approver if the loan amount is greater than >100 else the loan application will be auto-approved.

In the previous article, we showcased how to develop a simple process from scratch.

The process will look like below at the end of this article.

Let’s see how to use “Form Approval Pattern” in Oracle Process Cloud.

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