Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Build Composite Applications Training

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Oracle SOA Suite 12c Build Composite Applications course imparts learning about SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) and how to implement the focused array along with the approach is demonstrated during the course delivery. This training proves to be very helpful in preparing for Oracle SOA Suite 12c Build Composite Applications Certification Exam.

After completing the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Build Composite Applications Training, the candidates would be able to;

  • Implement the security policies to service endpoints
  • Initiate the SOA composite applications by using the Events Delivery Network
  • Use the Human workflow with the Human Task component
  • Define SOA concepts and related technology
  • Implement Testing, debugging, and the troubleshoot an SOA composite application
Target audience
  • Application Developers
  • Business Analysts
  • SOA Architect
  • Technical Consultant
  • Developer
Prerequisites

The candidates willing to join Oracle SOA Suite 12c Build Composite Applications Training should have prior knowledge of:

  • XML, XML Schema, XSL Transformations and XPath
  • Web service standards, including SOAP and WSDL

1. Introduction to Service Oriented Architecture

  • Describing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Explaining Service Component Architecture
  • Reviewing of Services and Key Standards
  • Explaining the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Architecture and Components
  • Explaining Business Events and the Event Delivery Network
  • Installing the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Quickstart

2. Getting Started with Composite Applications

  • Describing Basic Synchronous and Asynchronous Interaction Patterns
  • Discussing XSD and Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
  • Creating a Mediator Component
  • Defining a Routing Service
  • Creating XSL and XQuery Transformations with the XSLT Mapper
  • Introducing Working with Adapters
  • Creating a File Adapter Service Reference
  • Examining the composite.xml Source

3. Managing and Monitoring a Composite Application

  • Deploying a Composite Application
  • Versioning Applications
  • Discussing Application state
  • Using Configuration Plans
  • Managing the Life Cycle of a Composite Application
  • Testing a Composite Application
  • Managing SOA Applications with JDeveloper
  • Testing a Composite Application in Enterprise Manager

4. Working With Data

  • Discussing Data Standards
  • Using Attributes
  • Introducing XSL Transformations
  • Using XPath Functions
  • Using the Mapper in JDeveloper
  • Testing Transformations
  • Working with Native Format Data

5. Using the JMS and JDBC Adapters

  • Introducing Binding Components and JCA Adapters
  • Monitoring Adapters
  • Discussing JMS Messaging
  • Discussing Adapters and the WebLogic Application Server
  • Introducing the Oracle JMS Adapter
  • Configuring JMS Resources with WebLogic Administration Console
  • Configuring the JDBC Adapter
  • Discussing Transactionality

6. Introduction to BPEL

  • Defining Business Processes and BPEL
  • Introducing Parts of a BPEL Process
  • Discussing Variables in a BPEL Process
  • Using the Sequence and Scope Activities
  • Using the BPEL Design Editor
  • Testing a BPEL Process in Enterprise Manager

7. More BPEL Activities

  • Conditional Branching with the If Activity
  • Processing with the Flow Activity
  • Parallel and Sequential Looping with the Foreach Activity
  • Suspending a Process with the Wait Activity
  • Waiting for a Message with the Pick Activity
  • Looping with the While Activity
  • Indexing XML Arrays Dynamically
  • Examining Structured and Extension BPEL 2.0 Activities

8. Handling Faults in Composite Applications

  • Introducing Faults and Fault Handling Options
  • Managing Faults in Synchronous and Asynchronous Mediators
  • Returning Faults from Synchronous and Asynchronous BPEL Processes
  • Throwing Faults in BPEL Processes
  • Introducing Compensation and Compensation Handlers
  • Introducing the Fault Management Framework
  • Configuring Fault Policies
  • Recovering Faults with Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control

9. Introducing Human Tasks

  • Introducing Human Tasks
  • Creating and Configuring a Human Task in a Composite Application
  • Adding a Human Task to a BPEL Process
  • Generating and Deploying Task Display Forms
  • Using the Worklist Application to View and Act on Task Information
  • Introducing the Oracle User Messaging Service
  • Configuring UMS Notification Properties
  • Sending Notifications to User's Preferred Channel

10. Sharing Functionality

  • Using the Design-time Meta Data Services (MDS) Repository to share files
  • Introducing Templates
  • Creating and Using Project, Service Component, and Scope Activity Templates
  • Introducing BPEL Subprocesses
  • Creating and Using Standalone Subprocesses
  • Creating and Using Inline Subprocesses
  • Describing the Differences Between Templates and Subprocesses

11. Using the REST Adapter

  • Introducing REST Services
  • Comparing REST and SOAP Web Services
  • Creating and Configuring a REST Adapter

12. Introducing Business Rules

  • Introducing the Business Rule Component
  • Describing the Oracle Business Rules Architecture
  • Creating Rules and Decision Tables with the JDeveloper Rule Editor
  • Examining Business Rule Component Files
  • Describing the Role of the Rules SDK
  • Editing Business Rules at Runtime

13. Designing and Managing Business Events

  • Describing the Event Delivery Network
  • Creating a Business Event
  • Publishing an Event
  • Subscribing to an Event
  • Managing Events in Oracle Enterprise Manager

14. Testing SOA Composite Applications

  • Introducing the Composite Test Framework
  • Defining Emulations and Assertions
  • Discussing Test Suites and Test Cases
  • Testing Initiation of Inbound Messages
  • Emulating Outbound, Fault, and Callback Messages
  • Running Test Cases
  • Examining Results of a Test Run
  • Using the SOA Debugger to Debug Composite Applications

15. Securing Services and Composite Applications

  • Explaining Security for Services
  • Describing the Fusion Middleware Security Architecture
  • Attaching Security Policies at Design Time in JDeveloper
  • Attaching Security Policies Post-Deployment in Enterprise Manager

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