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


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, please contact our Support team and ask about an unused service port.

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