BPMN Business Modeling Guide
BPMN stands for Business Process Modeling Notation. This is one of the most used standards in the world for process modeling. Most organizations depending on process modeling using this standard.
On Dragon1 you can do BPMN modeling in two ways: restrictive and free.
Restrictive BPMN modeling means you are prevented from modeling disallowed relations or connections.
Free BPMN modeling means you are allowed to modeling any type of relation or connection you want. Optional you can use the validator to check what invalid relationships or connections you have created.
Example BPMN Model
Here you a simple BPMN diagram. To create such a diagram from scratch, do the following:
- Create an account
- Go to the Visual Designer
- Create a Cabinet and a Dossier
- Create a Folder
- Create a Visualization Canvas
- Option 1: Insert a BPMN diagram template and edit the template
- Option 2: Drag BPMN symbols from the Shapes panel onto the canvas to create a BPMN diagram
- Save and Publish your diagram to be viewed and commented by your stakeholders.