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Building IBM Business Process Management Solutions Using WebSphere V7 and Business Space

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Published on 14 May 2010, updated 17 January 2011

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ISBN-10: 0738434337
ISBN-13: 9780738434339
IBM Form #: SG24-7861-00

Authors: Martin Keen, Bryan Brown, Andy Garratt, Benjamin Käckenmeister, Ahmed Khairy, Kevin O'Mahony and Lei Yu

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    IBM® Business Space powered by IBM WebSphere® is a common user interface framework for aggregating content and delivering it via a browser. A is a collection of related Web content that provides you with insight into your business.

    Part 1 of this IBM Redbooks® publication introduces Business Space and provides Business Process Management (BPM) usage patterns for it.

    Part 2 of this book use a fictional business scenario to show how business space widgets can be used to solve a variety of business problems, using products such as IBM WebSphere Process Server, IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, IBM WebSphere Business Monitor, IBM WebSphere Business Compass, and IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric.

    Part 3 shows how to build custom Business Space widgets, and how to build clients and servers for these custom widgets.

    This book addresses Business Space powered by IBM WebSphere Version 7.0.

    Table of Contents

    Part 1. Overview

    Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM Business Space powered by WebSphere

    Chapter 2. Managing IBM Business Space powered by WebSphere V7

    Part 2. Scenarios

    Chapter 3. Business scenario example

    Chapter 4. Human-centric business spaces

    Chapter 5. Integration-centric business spaces

    Chapter 6. Dynamic business spaces

    Chapter 7. Activity monitoring business spaces

    Chapter 8. Common-content business spaces

    Chapter 9. Business design and review spaces

    Part 3. Developing clients and custom widgets

    Chapter 10. Web 2.0 introduction

    Chapter 11. Developing a service for a custom widget

    Chapter 12. Developing a client for a custom widget

    Chapter 13. Developing a custom widget

    Appendix A. IBM Lotus Forms UI

    Appendix B. Additional material


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