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BPMN - Modeling Data and Artifacts
Artifact allows us to visually represent objects outside of the actual process and can represent data or notes that describe the process.
One of the common characteristics of traditional modeling techniques is to allow the modeling of data to be created, read and updated during the execution of a process. A classical example would be Data Flow Diagram (DFD). Although BPMN is not primarily designed for data modeling, there is still a set of notations that lets you model the data involved in a business process.
BPMN provides several artifact notations for modeler to describe a business process in more detail. For example, the group objects for grouping relevant activities and the text annotation objects.

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This tutorial will show you how to create data and artifacts (e.g. text annotations) in business process diagram.

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