Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Integrating BPM12c with BAM

In BPM12c there is a tight integration with BAM, like it was with 11g. However, BAM is not automatically installed in BPM. You need to do that seperately. But having done that, you need to get BPM acquainted with BAM and instruct it to enable process analytics.

For a greater part the configuration is similar to the 11g story. My former oracle colleague wrote a blog about it: 'Configuration of BAM and BPM for process analytics'.
There is a little difference, because in 12c you won't find the mentioned property 'DisableActions' under the '' -> 'BPMNConfig'. But you have to enable process analytics on the bpm-server(s). The 12c docs tell you how: '11.1 Understanding Oracle BAM and BPM Integration'.
Taken from that document here a short step-list:
  1. Log in to the Fusion Middleware Control (http:Adminserver-host:port/em) console. 
  2. In the Target Navigation pane, expand the Weblogic Domain node. 
  3. Select the domain in which the Oracle BAM server is installed. 
  4. Open the MBean Browser by right-clicking on the domain and select System MBean Browser. 
  5. Expand the Application Defined MBeans node. 
  6. Navigate to node -> 'Server: server_name' -> AnalyticsConfig -> analytics.
  7. Disable the 'DisableProcessMetrics'-property by setting the value to false. 
  8. You might want to do the same with the 'DisableMonitorExpress'-property.
  9. Click Apply.

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