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Collection of Municipal Tax on Real Estate. * Value Model ( Basic ) * Specify BPMN * Skeleton of BPEL. Collection of Municipal Tax on Real Estate. Prepared by Nazli Temur Business Process Engineering Course Prof. Ernesto Damiani Informatics Department ,

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Collection of municipal tax on real estate

Collection of MunicipalTax on Real Estate

*Value Model (Basic)

*Specify BPMN

*Skeleton of BPEL


Collection of municipal tax on real estate1
Collection of MunicipalTax on Real Estate

PreparedbyNazliTemur

BusinessProcessEngineeringCourse

Prof. ErnestoDamiani

InformaticsDepartment,

University of Milan , CremaCampus


Needed definitions for designing a complete value model
NeededDefinitionsforDesigning a CompleteValue Model

  • Scenario

  • Actors

  • Value Objects

  • Value Transactions

  • Scenario Paths


Collection of municipal tax on real estate

Alternative web service


Actors
Actors

  • the Citizen - CIT, the Company, COM, non-profit orgenizations, NGO)

  • (the Licensed Accountant - the LA, or the Center for Tax Assistance - the CAF)

  • (the Municipality - M)

  • (e.g. the Bank (B), the Post Office (PO) or others - (O)).


Value objects
ValueObjects

  • a tax-payer

  • a tax advisor

  • a public service provider

  • a tax collector


Activity summaries of a tax payer point of view
ActivitySummaries of a Tax-PayerPoint of View



First piece
FirstPiece


Second piece
SecondPiece


Thirth piece
ThirthPiece


Fourth piece
FourthPiece


Collection of municipal tax on real estate
BPEL

BPEL is an XML programminglanguage. As aprogramminglanguage it has threebasiccomponents:

  • Programminglogic

  • Data types

  • Input/Output (I/O)

    BPEL splitsthesecomponentsup in thefollowingway:

  • Programminglogic - BPEL

  • Data types - XSD (XML SchemaDefinition)

  • Input/Output (I/O) - WSDL (Web ServicesDescriptionLanguage)


An example of hello word programwith bpel
An Example of “helloword” programwithBpel

<?xmlversion="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<processxmlns="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2003/03/business-process/" xmlns:print="http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/choreography/2004/engine/Print"> <!--HelloWorld - myfirst ever BPEL program -->

<importimportType="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/wsdl/" location="../../test_bucket/service_libraries/tptp_EnginePrinterPort.wsdl" namespace="http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/choreography/2004/engine/Print" />

<partnerLinks>

<partnerLink name="printService" partnerLinkType="print:printLink" partnerRole="printService"/> </partnerLinks>

<variables> <variable name="hello_world" messageType="print:PrintMessage" /> </variables>

<assign> <copy> <from><literal>HelloWorld</literal></from> <to>$hello_world.value</to> </copy> </assign>

<invokepartnerLink="printService" operation="print" inputVariable="hello_world" /></process>


Bpel skeleton
BPEL Skeleton

<xmlversion = “UTF -8 ”>

Bpel : processxmlns:bpel =“ httpd ”…

<bpel : sequence> (forExclusive OR operation)

<receive name : “receiveinput” partnerlink:….. (Start)

<invoke “sendrequesttotaskadvicer”… / >

<bpel:receive name = “Receive Form”>

<inputvariable :“ ” outputvariable :”” >

<bpel :invoke name =“Fill Form” >

<bpel :receive name = “receiveinformation”>

……..

. ……………………


Bpel skeleton1
BPEL Skeleton

<bpel : invoke name = “pay a certainamount of service ”

<switch (…) ../ >

<casecondition =“A” >

<invoke name : “creditcard”>

<casecondition= “B“> ( <otherwise> )

<invoke name : “cash”>

<bpel:catchAll>

<bpel : receive name = “receiveoutput”>

</bpelreceive>

</otherwise>

</switch>

…………………….

</bpel:sequence>

</bpel:process>

Not completebpelspecification of bpmnexamle


Any questions
AnyQuestions

?