Process Cloud Service (PCS) Overview by Surbhi Sharma
Blog: PaaS Community
This blog is aimed at the beginner who has started to learn Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) and want to get familiar with Process Cloud Service (PCS). To learn more about Oracle Integration and its sub-parts then check our blog posts, containing all the key points a beginner should know about Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC).
What Is Process Cloud Service?
Oracle Process Cloud Service is used for process automation, its a subscription-based cloud service for process automation. Allowing you to easily extend your existing SaaS and On-Premise.
PCS offers insights and management of business processes, and a full lifecycle process management environment including development, test, and production.
Process Cloud Service Overview
PCS offers rapid design, automate, and manage business processes in the cloud.
It utilizes two work environments the design-time environment used for developing and testing applications, and the runtime environment used for monitoring process applications.
- User-friendly UI for designing process, rules, forms, data, and metrics
- Includes QuickStart Apps to quickly create custom business applications
- Provides test environments for refining and testing processes
- Allows process applications (metadata and data) from cloud to on-premises
The Runtime Environment:
- Makes it easy for you to view, complete, reassign, and delegate tasks
- Lets you stay organized with filters
- Lets you share documents and collaborate with others on your team
- Provides tools to track process flows, view detailed audit trails, troubleshoot, and fix processes
The design-time environment is also called Composer, and the runtime environment is also called the Workspace. The terms design time and Composer, and runtime and Workspace are used interchangeably throughout this guide.
PCS Composer Page
When you click Develop Processes on the Home page, the Composer page opens.
The Composer page is a core component of the design-time environment. It provides access to common application-related features.
When you sign in for the first time, the system automatically creates a default space called My Space which will be used for creating the process. Read the complete article here.
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