Red Hat Process Automation Manager Supported Standards

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The following industry standards are supported in each corresponding Red Hat Process Automation Manager® release.

Modeling Standards

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.10 Modeling Standards

DMN Engine DMN Modeler
Execution Open Save
DMN 1.1 Supported Supported (transformed to 1.2) X
DMN 1.2 Supported Supported Supported
DMN 1.3 Supported Supported (transformed to 1.2) X

BPMN 2.0 for modeling and execution.

CMMN 1.1 for execution only. No CMMN modeling tools supported.

PMML 4.3 supported for Mining (Composite), Regression (Simple), Scorecard, Tree models - kie-pmml (deprecated, will be replaced with kie-pmml-trusty)

DMN + PMML 4.3 supported for all models using jPMML integration.

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.7 - 7.9 Modeling Standards

DMN Engine DMN Modeler
Execution Open Save
DMN 1.1 Supported X X
DMN 1.2 Supported Supported Supported
DMN 1.3 Supported X X

BPMN 2.0 for modeling and execution.

CMMN 1.1 for execution only. No CMMN modeling tools supported.

PMML 4.3 supported for Mining (Composite), Regression (Simple), Scorecard, Tree models - kie-pmml

DMN + PMML 4.3 supported for all models using jPMML integration.

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.1 - 7.6 Modeling Standards

DMN Engine DMN Modeler
Execution Open Save
DMN 1.1 Supported X X
DMN 1.2 Supported Supported Supported

BPMN 2.0 for modeling and execution.

CMMN 1.1 for execution only. No CMMN modeling tools supported.

PMML 4.3 supported for Mining (Composite), Regression (Simple), Scorecard, Tree models - kie-pmml

DMN + PMML 4.3 supported for all models using jPMML integration.

Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7.0 Modeling Standards

DMN Engine DMN Modeler
Execution Open Save
DMN 1.1 Supported Supported Supported

BPMN 2.0 for modeling and execution.

PMML 4.3 supported for Mining (Composite), Regression (Simple), Scorecard, Tree models - kie-pmml

Application Development Standards

For supported development standards visit Red Hat JBoss EAP Supported Standards

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