Integrated in the modeling tool is a process validation function. The process validates across the BPMN 2.0 and inform the users on errors and warnings according to the notation.
This helps modellers to create correct processes from the start.
NOTE! A process can not be deployed if it's not validated without errors.
How to validate a process
1. Open the validation settings by pressing the grey circle with the tick in the menu to the right.
2. Press Validate process
If the process does not live up to BPMN 2.0 errors and/or warnings will be specified in the area under the validation button, se image below.
If the process is modeled according to the notation you will get a confirmation message, se image below.
Errors, warnings and not supported yet
There are three different validation categories: errors, warnings and not supported yet.
- Errors tells you if any part of the model is configurated wrongly in the sense of creating executible processes.
- Warnings lists everything that is not valid according to the standard but does not have an impact on the executable process application.
- Not supported yet tells you when you have used symbols or modeling patterns that are not yet supported in Barium Live when deploying processes to applications. If you have errors the process can still be published, but not deployed.