A TIBCO AMX BPM project contains the following assets:
There are two categories of project-related business assets in TIBCO Business Studio
Quality Process: Business cases, project plans, and so on.
Ad-hoc Assets: Supporting documents, spreadsheets, and so on that are not part of the quality process.
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A process models the business process.
You can define forms to collect user input in a user task within a business process.
A business object model is a set of business terms and relationships specific to your corporate environment (for example, in a financial environment, broker, counter party, and so on).
You can add emulation files that allow you to emulate a process and add test data at certain activities, thus enabling you to check the data flow at various activities in a process.
An organization model defines the organizational structure of your enterprise and the relationships between the different components (for example, organization units and positions) within your organization.
Workforce management stores your library of tasks. Having a library of tasks enables you to reuse tasks in different processes.
Service assets include the WSDL files for any web services that you import into your project.
If you want to deploy an application to the TIBCO SOA Platform, you need to create special folders to contain the SOA assets.
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