Oracle SOA Training

Oracle SOA Training
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Oracle SOA 12.x Training course enables learners establish SOA in an Enterprise with the help of Oracle SOA Suite.

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27 Apr 2017
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28 Apr 2017
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05 May 2017
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Oracle SOA Suite is unified application for relatively fast integration and address as a key solution for the challenges faced by an enterprise in today€™s world. It inherited oracle event processing enabled for impedance matching layer between devices and enterprise services. It uses JDeveloper based design time environment. It is an agile suite for scheduling engine, enhanced B2B features like streaming support for large payloads. Service components are the building blocks to construct SOA composite application which is assembly of services, one way of implementing automated aspects. The latest version simplifies the integration capabilities of cloud, mobile and internet of things (IoT).

Oracle SOA Certification Training Overview

Oracle SOA Certification training enables you to build SOA applications using Oracle SOA Suite. The sessions are focused on in-depth understanding of every module with practical demonstration by excellent expert IT Professionals who are having 6+ years of real-time exposure in Oracle SOA Suite.

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Oracle SOA 12.x Training Curriculum

curriculum_moduleOverview of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Service Component

Architecture (SCA) Concepts, Objectives
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Why is an SOA Approach Required?
Ways to Implement Services, What Are Services?
Adopting Standards for an SOA Approach, Standards that Enable SOA
Designing with an SOA Approach, Creating Service Portfolios
History of Implementing SOA Applications, Service Component Architecture (SCA) Applications
Service Component Architecture (SCA), Elements of a Service Component Architecture (SCA)
Comparing SOA and SCA, Service Data Object (SDO)
Event Delivery Network (EDN) and Event Driven Architecture (EDA)
Managing Composite Application Life Cycle, Describing the Course Environment
Oracle JDeveloper, Creating a Database Connection
Creating an Application Server Connection
Creating a Web Services Inspection Language (WSIL) Connection
Setting JDeveloper Preferences

Getting Started with Oracle SOA Suite g, Oracle SOA Suite g platform
Oracle WebLogic Server, WebLogic Server Domain
Course Software Configuration, Oracle SOA Suite g Architecture
Oracle Portability Layer, Event Delivery Network
Metadata Services (MDS), Service Engines
Oracle SOA Suite g Components, Adapter Services
Routing and Filtering with Mediator Components
Orchestrating Services with BPEL Components, Implementing Business Rules Components
Implementing Workflow with Human Task Components
The Role of ADF Applications with SOA, Business Events
Securing Services in Oracle SOA Suite g
Monitoring Services with Oracle BAM
Oracle Service Bus, Summary of Oracle Service Bus
Mediator, and BPEL, Oracle Service Bus with Oracle SOA Suite
Comparing Oracle Service Bus and Mediator Components
Designing Composite Applications
Course UseCase: Purchase Order Processing
Course UseCase: Referenced Composite Applications
Course UseCase: EventDriven Composite Applications
SOA Application Design Approaches, Composite Application Design Guide
Basic Interaction Patterns
Additional SOA and Web Service Resources

Service Component Architecture (SCA): A Review
Composite Applications as Business Services
Composite Applications
SCA Components in Oracle SOA Suite g
Assembling a Composite Application
Examining the composite.xml Source
Designing a Composite Application
Creating an SOA Application in JDeveloper
Create SOA Application Wizard: Application Name
Create SOA Application Wizard: Project Name
Create SOA Application Wizard: Project SOA Settings
Describing the SOA Composite Editor
Initial Composite Project Structure
Creating Service Entry Points
Creating External References, Creating Adapter References
Creating a File Adapter Example
Creating a File Adapter Example Importing a Schema
Creating Components and Example: Creating a Mediator Component
Adding Wires to Composite Application
Adding a Mediator Transformation
Mapping the Transformation Rules
Deploying a Composite Application
Testing a Composite Application

Objectives, Overview of Managing SOA Applications
Configuration with WebLogic Server g Administration Console
Overview of WebLogic Server Administration Console
Managing with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Describing the Fusion Middleware Control
Accessing the SOA Infrastructure Home Page
Accessing a Composite Application Home Page
Examining a Composite Application Home Page
Deploying a Composite Application and Deploying with JDeveloper (Review)
Specifying Deployment Configuration Details and Creating a Deployment Profile
Deploying Multiple SOA Projects, Exploring the SOA Archive and SOA Bundle
Deploying with Oracle Enterprise Manager and Deploying a SOA Archive: Select Archive
Deploying a SOA Archive: Select Target and Confirmation
Undeploying with Enterprise Manager and Redeploying a Composite Application
SOA Composite Applications Versioning and Specifying WSDL URL for a Default Revision
Managing Composite Application State and Managing SOA Applications with JDeveloper
Managing SOA Applications with Ant Scripts and Testing a Composite Application
Initiating a Test in Enterprise Manager and Preparing the Request Data for a Test
Tracking Message Flow, Working with the Flow Trace, Working with a Component Audit Trail Page
Accessing Logs and Other Settings and Initiating a Test in JDeveloper
Viewing the Response in JDeveloper and Managing the Life Cycle of a Composite Application
Overview of Configuration Plans and Creating a Configuration Plan
Modifying a Configuration Plan

Overview of Adapter Services
Describing Technology Adapters and Packaged Application and Legacy Adapters
File Adapter and Working with a File Adapter
Introducing the Database Adapter and Configuring a Database Adapter
Configuring a Master Detail Relationship Example
Configuring a Database Adapter and Configuring Database Adapter
Configuring the Database Adapter RunTime Connections
Redeploying the RunTime DbAdapter and Employing a JMS Adapter
Configuring a JMS Destination
Configuring a JMS Connection Factory
Creating the JMS Adapter Connection Pool
Associate the JMS Connection Pool to a Connection Factory
Creating a JMS Adapter and Configuring the JMS Adapter Connection and Interface
Configuring the JMS Adapter Resources and Payload
Integrating with Oracle eBusiness Suite
Oracle Applications Adapter Architecture Overview

Objectives, Part : Core Mediator Functionality
Introducing Mediator Components and Describing Features of Mediator Components
Routing Rules, Synchronous and Asynchronous Interactions
ContentBased and HeaderBased Routing, Transformations and Validations
Error Management, Event Handling and Service Virtualization
Creating a Mediator Component and Effects of Creating a Mediator Component
Deleting a Mediator Component and Mediating Services and Events
Modifying a Mediator Component and Editing a Mediator Component
Types of Mediator Routing Rules and Adding a Routing Rule for the Echo Option
Adding a Routing Rule to Publish an Event and Creating the Published Event
Adding a Dynamic Routing Rule and Configuring a Routing Rule
Setting the Target Service and Handling Synchronous and Asynchronous Responses and Faults
Configuring Message Filters and Configuring Validation
Sequential and Parallel Routing Rules and Part : XSL Transformations
Configuring Transformations, Editing with the XSLT Mapper and Mapping Types and Tools
Adding a Function to a Transformation and Modifying Function Parameters
Chaining (Nesting) Functions, Mapping Nodes Automatically and Adding it for Each Mapping Rule
Adding an If Mapping Rule, Adding a choose Mapping Rule and Adding a Dictionary for Auto Mapping
Creating a Dictionary for Auto Mapping and Testing Transformation Maps
Initiating an XSL Transformation Test
Viewing the Test Results

Objectives, Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
Parts of a BPEL Process and XML Structure of a BPEL Process
Creating a BPEL Component and Describing BPEL Process Templates
Synchronous Process Concepts and Asynchronous Process Concepts
Describing the BPEL Design Editor and Designing the BPEL Process
Constructing a BPEL Process and Classification of BPEL Activity Types
Oracle BPEL Extension Activity Types and Structuring a Process with a Scope Activity
Adding Activities to a Scope, Configuring a Scope Activity and BPEL Variables
Creating Variables and Importing Types and Choosing Global or Local Variables
Creating a Variables and Setting Types and Communicating Data with a BPEL Process
Assigning or Copying Data to Variables and Creating an Assign Activity
Examining the BPEL Process XML Source and Configuring an Assign Activity
Creating Copy Operations and Creating Expressions with the XPath Expression Builder
Working with the XPath Expression Resolver and Adding XPath Functions to an Expression Transforming Data in a BPEL Process and Creating and Configuring a Transform Activity
Testing a Composite with a BPEL Process and Accessing the BPEL Process Audit Trail
Examining the BPEL Process Audit Trail
Examining the BPEL Process Visual Flow

Objectives, Describing Process Orchestration
Orchestrating Services from BPEL, Partner Links and Service Invocation
Partner Links, Partner Link Types, and Roles, Creating a Partner Link
Configuring a Partner Link, Creating a WSIL Connection (Review)
Accessing WSDL URLs with a WSIL Connection, Exploring Results of Creating Partner Links
Synchronous Services, Invoking a Synchronous Service
Auto Generated BPEL Variables, Exchanging Request and Response Data
Synchronous Interaction Pattern, Preparing and Obtaining Data
Asynchronous Services, Invoking an Asynchronous Service
Receiving a Callback Response, Asynchronous Interaction Pattern
Describing WSAddressing and Correlation, Conditionally Branching with a Switch Activity
Adding a Switch Activity
Configuring Branches of a Switch Activity

Objectives, Processing Activities in Parallel
Adding a Flow Activity and Blocking Invoke Problem with Flows
Implementing NonBlocking Invokes and Executing a Branch Multiple Times with FlowN
Creating and Configuring a FlowN Activity
Indexing XML Arrays Dynamically and Comparing Flow and FlowN
Request Response Patterns and OneWay Message Interaction
Synchronous Interaction and Asynchronous Interaction, One Request
Multiple Responses, One Request and a Mandatory Response, and an Optional Response
Asynchronous Interaction with Timeout Pattern and Implementing a Pick Activity
Asynchronous Interaction with a Notification Timer Pattern
One Request, One of Two Possible Responses and Multiple Requests
Multiple Responses, Multiple Requests and First Response
Looping with a While Activity
Suspending a Process with a Wait Activity
BPEL Deployment Descriptor Properties

Objectives and Fault Handling Concepts
Types of Service Faults and Defining Business Faults
Managing Faults in Mediator and Configuring a Target Service for a Mediator Fault
Considering Faults with Asynchronous Mediator Components
Describing Faults in BPEL Processes and Creating BPEL Fault Handlers
Catch and CatchAll Handlers and Handling Faults with a Catch Branch
Handling Faults with a CatchAll Branch and Catching BPEL RunTime Faults
Throwing Business Faults in BPEL and Returning Faults from a Synchronous Process
Returning Faults from an Asynchronous Process and Faults That Cannot Be Handled
Overview of the Fault Management Framework and Introducing Policy Driven Fault Handling
Fault Policy File Structure and Creating Fault Policies
Creating Fault Conditions and Actions and Configuring a Retry Action for a Fault Condition
Configuring a Java Action and Fault Bindings File Structure
Defining Fault Bindings and Recovering Faults with Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
Accessing a Recoverable Fault
Recovering a Fault Condition

Objectives, Transactional Services
Transaction Boundaries with Services
Implementing Transactional Services and Introducing the Service Data Object (SDO)
Implementing an SDO with ADF and Deploying an ADFBC Application
Accessing an SDO in a Composite Application and Creating an SDO Partner Link
BPEL Entity Variables and Executing SDO Operations with an Entity Variable
Querying Data with an Entity Variable and Configuring the BindEntity Activity
Updating Data with an Entity Variable and Inserting Data with an Entity Variable
Deleting Data with an Entity Variable and Transaction Concepts in BPEL
BPEL Process Dehydration, Default Transactional Behaviour in BPEL
Transaction Boundaries with Entity Variables and Transactional Adapters in a BPEL
Forcing a Rollback from a BPEL Flow
Global Transactions with Two Database Adapters
Invoking a Database Adapter (Review) and Compensation and Transactions
Compensating Transaction: Example
Implementing Compensation in BPEL

Objectives, Human Tasks and Human Workflow Concepts
Human Workflow Services and Common Workflow Exchange Patterns
Workflow as a Service and Human Tasks in a Composite Application
Implementing Human Tasks in a Composite Application
Working with Human Workflow in BPEL and Adding a Human Task to a BPEL Process
Configuring the Human Task and Configuring the Task Header and Outcomes
Adding Human Task Parameters and Setting the Task Parameter Values
Processing the Task Outcomes and Configuring Assignment and Routing Policies
Configuring Stages and Participants and Selecting a Participant
Selecting a User Participant and Configuring Expiration and Escalation Settings
Configuring Notification Settings and Configuring Workflow Notification Channels
Accessing the Worklist Application

Objectives, Introducing Business Rules
Declarative Rule Concepts and Rule Inference Concepts
Guidelines for Selecting Rules Use Cases, Basic Oracle Business Rule Concepts
Oracle Business Rule Components and Firing of Rules in a Rule Session
Overview of the Business Rules Component and Developing Business Rules for an Application
Facts, Bucketsets, Globals and RL Functions and Decision Service Architecture
Working with Decision Service and Creating a Business Rule Component in a Composite Application
Creating a Business Rule in a BPEL Process
Configuring a Business Rule in BPEL and Configuring Business Rule Input Facts
Configuring Business Rule Output Facts
Examining Business Rule Component Files
Opening the Business Rules Designer and Editing the Rule Dictionary
Creating XML Facts, Creating RL Functions and Creating Globals (Variables and Constants)
Working with Bucketsets, Creating a List of Range Bucketset
Creating Links to Other Dictionaries and Creating a Rule Set
Identifying the Structure of a Rule, Creating Business Rules and Creating a Rule Test
Creating the Rule Action, Working with Decision Tables
Creating Decision Tables and Conditions and Creating Decision Tables Rules
Creating Decision Table Actions and Business Rules and Decision Functions
Creating and Editing Decision Functions and Invoking Rules in a Decision Function
Testing Business Rules at DesignTime
Testing Business Rules at RunTime
Describing the Rules SDK

Objectives and Testing SOA Composite Applications
Introducing the Composite Test Framework and Overview of Test Suites
Overview of Test Cases, Creating a Test Suite and Creating a Test Case
Examining Test Suite and Test Case Files and Contents of a Test Case
Initiating Inbound Messages and Emulating Outbound Messages
Emulating Callback Messages and Emulating Fault Messages
Creating Variable or XML Assertions and Configuring VariableBased Assertions
Configuring XMLBased Assertions and XMLIdentical Assertion Example
XMLSimilar Assertion Example, Selecting the Test Cases to Run and Running the Test Cases
Examining Results of a Test Run and Viewing Assertion Information
Debugging Composite Applications
Troubleshooting Guidelines

Objectives, Introduction to Web Service Security
Securing End Point Examples, Oracle Web Service Manager
Oracle Web Services Manager Policy Framework
Components of Oracle Web Services Manager Architecture
Introduction to Policies, Policy Interceptor Pipeline, Policy Assertions
Types of Security Tokens, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML)
Introduction to Security Policies, Securing SOA and Identity Propagation
Attaching a Policy to an Inbound Request
Attaching a Policy to an Inbound Request by Using Oracle JDeveloper g
Attaching a Policy to an Outbound Request
Attaching a Policy to an Outbound Request by Using Oracle JDeveloper g
Managing SOA Composite Application Policies

Objectives, Introduction to Business Events
Event Delivery Network (EDN) Concepts
Event Delivery Network and Business Events
Event Definition Language (EDL)
Aligning SOA and EDA through EDN
EDN Support in Oracle SOA Suite g
Creating a Business Event
Subscribing to Events in Mediator Components
Setting Event Delivery Consistency
Publishing an Event from a Mediator Component
Initiating a Composite with ADFBC Events
Publishing an ADFBC CRUD Event
Summary of ADFBC CRUD Events
Emulating Events in a Test Case
Managing EDN in Enterprise Manager
Viewing Events in Enterprise Manager
Testing Events with Enterprise Manager
Subscribing to Database Events
Viewing Event Subscriptions
Viewing Event Faults

What Are Sensors?
Creating BPEL Sensors
Configuring BPEL Sensors
Sensor Files, Composite Sensors and Creating a Composite Sensor
Overview of Business Activity Monitoring, Introduction to Monitoring with Oracle BAM
Interfacing with Oracle BAM and Oracle BAM Tools and Roles
BAM Architect and BAM Active Studio
BAM Active Viewer
BAM Administrator and Preparing an Oracle BAM Dashboard
Integrating Oracle BAM with the BAM Adapter
Creating a BAM Connection and Creating and Configuring the BAM Adapter
Configuring the RunTime Oracle BAM Adapter
Using a Mediator Component with a BAM Adapter
Creating a BAM Sensor Action in a BPEL Process and Configuring a BAM Sensor Action
Introduction to Complex Event Processing
Monitoring CEP with SOA Suite and BAM
Basic Oracle CEP Integration with Oracle BAM

Implementing dependency injection
Publishing spring component as webservice
Spring to Synchronous BPEL integration
Spring to Asynchronous BPEL integration

Understanding OSB components
Proxy services
Business Services
Resources/external services
Routing actions
OSB – SOA integration
SOA – OSB integration
Integrating DBAdapter in OSB
Integrating JMS resources in OSB
Working on OSB with OEPE
Working on OSB with sbconsole


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