You have installed Scheer PAS Designer and want to get to know the basic functionalities? By our step-by-step tutorial, Creating a Simple Order Approval Service, you can quickly learn how to model executable BPMN processes using the Designer.

Tutorial 1

In this tutorial, we will show

  • how to design forms with the Designer
  • how to draw BPMN diagrams with the Designer

  • how to map data between forms and the BPMN process
  • how to add executions to BPMN elements
  • how to deploy, run, and test the resulting xUML service

Tutorial 2

In this tutorial, we will show

  • how to map process data
  • how to configure the instance list to show process data
  • the functionalities of the instance list
Tutorial 3

In this tutorial, we will show

  • how to add roles to a process
  • how to assign roles to lanes
  • the effects of the role check


To be able to go through the step by step tutorials, the following items have to be available or installed:

  • You need an up-and-running installation of Scheer PAS Designer.
    Refer to Logging In and Out for more information on how to access your Designer installation.
  • You need an up-and-running installation of the Scheer PAS integration component (Bridge).
  • You need a PAS user with at least the following profiles:
    • pas_base
    • pas_user
    • integration_user
    • a personal profile ("sandbox")
  • You need a user in the integration component (Bridge). The user must have the same name as your PAS user.
  • You need a free service port.

Important Note on Ports

  • Use 5444 as Prox Port in the service details.
  • Make sure that an unused service port is available for your tutorial service:
    • If you are modeling on your own customer system, please ask your administrator for an unused service port.
    • If you are using an account on our trial systems, you have been provided an individual port along with your trial credentials. If this is not the case, please contact our Support team and ask about an unused service port.

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