Building task-driven user interfaces – workspace, web forms, ADF, .Net

As already indicated throughout this chapter, BPM applications are highly interactive and so need a good UI design to support users effectively in their daily work. It must be ensured that all relevant and contextual information of the current business context are made available to the users in a clear, comprehensible, and easy-to-understand manner. The information provided is important to guarantee the quality of a business decision made by human actors. In a specific detailed view of a task, this information is displayed to users. The detailed view can consist of a simple one-page flow or even a complex sequence of pages depending on the corresponding business case.

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