|Developing with Oracle Workflow|
|Matt is currently looking for a publisher for his book Developing with Oracle Workflow.
The book provides a detailed overview of Oracle Workflow, and is separated into two parts. Part One covers the “How To” of Oracle Workflow, providing an overview of how to produce complex Workflow enabled processes. Part Two covers the “Why To” of Oracle Workflow – drawing on his years as an Oracle Workflow specialist, Matt provides detailed explanations of why you should develop Workflows in a particular manner, providing best practice and an overview of how best to approach Oracle Workflow development.
In preparation for publication, different chapters of the book will be available for Alpha review via this website. Please feel free to download the chapters here, but I would be extremely grateful if you would provide comments on the chapter, and additionally any areas that you would like to see covered in more or less detail. Once a sufficient number of reviews have been returned, I’ll make the next chapter available for download and review.
Please post your reviews in the appropriate forum here.
|Overview of the Book Structure||Download
|Chapter 1 – An Overview of Oracle Workflow||Download
|Chapter 2 – Getting Started With Workflow Development||Download
|Chapter 3 – Launching and Managing Your Process||Download
|Chapter 4 – Communicating With People Using Oracle Workflow||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Chapter 5 – Using Attributes||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Chapter 6 – Including PL/SQL and Java Functions in Processes||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Chapter 7 – Developing more advanced Workflows||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Chapter 8 – Error Handling||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Chapter 9 – Advanced Co-ordination of Workflows||Coming once enough reviews received!|
|Appendix A – Non-event driven, event driven or Event driven Workflows||Download
|Appendix B – Manually Expediting Workflows using APIs||Coming once enough reviews received!|