BPMN 2.0 Task Types Explained

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In BPMN, Tasks represent the most fundamental elements of a process, since they break down work into atomic activities. BPMN defines seven specific types of Task, namely User, Manual, Service, Script, Send, Receive, and Business Rules; and an Abstract Task that can be used in all other cases.

Gregor Polančič is an Assistant Professor at the University of Maribor with a decade of experience in BPMN development. In this paper, he describes each of the Task types and explains their notation and use, with the aid of examples created using the Orbus iServer BPMN Template. 

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