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Use a process in an Oracle Visual Builder application

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In the Processes feature of Oracle Integration, create a process application and a process. In Oracle Visual Builder, create a web application that displays processes and tasks and executes them.

Create and Configure a Process Starting from Visual Builder, develop a process application and a simple process, creating and configuring the process elements so that they can easily be used by Visual Builder.

Use a Process in a Visual Builder Application Create and configure a Visual Builder web application that starts processes, displays processes and tasks, and lets you execute the tasks

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