In the following video tutorial we will model a travel process using a BPMN diagram. A BPMN diagram allows you to model processes - even cross-organizational. States are represented by "events", actions are represented by "activities". There is a causal relation between events and activities.
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In the following video tutorial we will model a travel process using a BPMN diagram. A BPMN diagram allows you to model processes - even cross-organizational.
States are represented by "events", actions are represented by "activities". There is a causal relation between events and activities.
Place the pool that stands for an employee. BPMN has an array of symbols. Thus, only the base symbols are displayed in the "Symbols" bar.
Place a start event. When you place a base symbol, all of the symbols allowed by the method are offered to you for selection. Select the "None" type because a certain type isn't necessary at the beginning of a process. There are several activities that must be carried out at the same time when booking a trip.
Thus, model a gateway of the "Parallel Gateway" type. The hotel reservation is made by a travel agency. Therefore, model the interaction with a pool to respresent this. Model the pool "Travel agency" with the lanes "Employee travel agency" and "Customer service", which symbolize these two departments. Place a "Message Start Event" in the "Employee travel agency" lane to show that communication - here messages are exchanged - takes place.
Connect it with "Check customer data" as a "User task". Place "Reserve a hotel room" as a "Send task" in the "Customer service" lane and connect it to "Confirmation received" as a "Receive task". Connect "Check customer data" with "Reserve a hotel room" and connect "Confirmation received" with "Compose response". The hotel must confirm the reservation. So you need a third pool where you can model the fact that the hotel receives an inquiry, processes it and sends a response.
The hotel process looks like this. Model a parallel gateway in the "Employee" pool to merge the parallel branches of the process. The travel application can be declined. Model both alternatives. Enter the name. Place the "Name" attribute. Mark the connection as a "Standard Sequence Flow" to emphasize that this is the standard process. You see that the connection is automatically given a slash as an indicator. As an alternative, model the trip with a car and without accomodations. To do so, you must check the route.
Model a "Compensation Intermediate Event" called "Trigger flight and hotel cancellation". Model the "Travel with car" subprocess. When you move objects the size of the pool adjusts accordingly.
Model the flight cancellation. Model the hotel cancellation. Optimize the display. Skip to main content. Enter your keywords. Advanced search Containing any of the words. Containing the phrase. Containing none of the words. ARIS Elements page. ARIS training videos. BPM Glossary. Community help. Forum topic. Help page. Video tutorials. View all. User login.
Forgot password? Now this communication has been completely modeled. And, last but not least, you can save your model under the name "Travel process" for example. ARIS Architect. Follow us.
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