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The book provides a very good overview of what business process management is, its benefits and how it can be done with jBPM. This relatively complex subject is helped alot by a clear and to the point writing style. A single case study is worked through the book which also assists the reader in understanding the context behind BPM. Unfortunately this book suffers by trying to be too general and not focusing in on the process management or programming aspects of jBPM. As a result if you are a programmer you will probably feel the code examples given are not deep enough, whilst in contrast those not used to JBoss/Java will probably feel overwhelmed when code samples are given. This is certainly not a bad read, but at the end of it you are left feeling there is a lot more to jBPM than what was briefly touched on...
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