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Workflow Management Kap. 3. Management of Workflows Wil van der Aalst has copyrights to almost all figures in the following slideshow made by Lars Frank.
Designing a workflow: See next example See earlier examples See comming examples
Example of how “What” can be selected: Losses cosed by bad service Costs to service
Case definition: Dvs. hvilke transisions er blevet committed lokalt. Dvs. læsning og skrivning af data i en database der ikke styres af WFMS’et.
“By whom” can be solved by using classification rules: See earlier examples See comming examples
Types of resource classes: A resource can execute some tasks for some cases A ressource class has some properties in common. Ressource roles are a classification using the skills of the ressources Ressource groups are a classification using the organizational/geografical attachment of the ressources
Example of groups and role classifications: Roles Geografical groups Organizational groups
ER-diagram that illustrates resource attachment to cases by using case variables. Lars Frank has corrected the relationship error. Is ”assignment” an entity or a relationship in practice?