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Oracle Commerce: Creating Dynamic Pages with Experience Manager Rel 11.2 (CCDPEM)

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  • Who Should Attend
  • Certifications
  • Prerequisites
  • Objectives
  • Content
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Course Overview

Duration: 2 Days

Price: SGD 2,110.00

The Oracle Commerce: Creating Dynamic Pages with Experience Manager Rel 11.2 training teaches you about the different parts of Experience Manager to produce dynamic contextual relevant experiences at runtime. You will also become familiar with other aspects of the Oracle Commerce Workbench including how to configure keyword redirects, thesaurus entries, and automatic phrases.

This course is appropriate for Commerce On Premise deployments only.

Learn To:

  • Describe Experience Manager features.
  • Create pages and rules.
  • Effectively use slots to create dynamic pages.
  • Use preview to interactively display and edit pages.
  • Use the out-of-the-box cartridges to add features on a page.
  • Explain and examine search behavior.
  • Enhance search functionality by creating thesaurus entries and automatic phrases.
  • Create keyword redirects to redirect a user’s search to a specified location.
  • Secure parts of Workbench by using User Access Controls.

Oracle Commerce Experience Manager Introduction

This course will teach you what Oracle Commerce Experience Manager is, as well as the features it provides. Learn how Experience Manager customizes the search and navigation experience by using pages to implement merchandising and content spotlighting.

Experience Manager Content

Expert Oracle instructors will teach you how pages, content and slots work together to create dynamic content in an application. You'll use out-of-the-box cartridges to configure different features, including guided navigation, record spotlighting and boost and bury.

Understanding Search Behavior

Explore how search terms are handled by the MDEX engine and which features can be configured by the merchandising team. Learn how to affect change within search results by creating thesaurus entries, automatic phrases, and working with relevance ranking modules.

Keyword Redirects

You will also learn how to configure search terms and map them to a URL. The URL can be relative to your application context or an absolute URL outside of your application.

User Access Controls

Finally, this course will teach you how to create users and groups. You'll then learn how to assign them permissions to use different parts of the Oracle Commerce Workbench.

 

Who Should Attend

  • Business Analysts
  • Architect
  • Marketing

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

Course Objectives

  • Create keyword redirects to redirect a user’s search to a specified location.
  • Secure parts of Workbench by using User Access Controls
  • Explain how Experience Manager works
  • Create pages and rules
  • Effectively use slots to create dynamic pages
  • Use preview to interactively display and edit pages
  • Explain search behavior
  • Use the out-of-the-box cartridges to add features on a page
  • Enhance search functionality by creating thesaurus entries and automatic phrases

Course Content

Oracle Commerce Experience Manager

  • Experience Manager introduction
  • Guided Search and navigation features
  • Experience Manager components
  • Experience Manager navigation
  • Create and publish projects

Dynamic Landing Pages

  • Create pages, rules, and folders in Experience Manager
  • Explain the relationship between slots and folders
  • Work with multiple sites

Search Behavior

  • Examine search behavior using different match modes
  • Identify the supported languages and forms of language analysis
  • Discuss the impact that stemming, stop words, phrasing, spell correction, and indexed characters have on search terms
  • Understand relevancy ranking and experiment with different modules using the Relevance Ranking Evaluator
  • Create thesaurus entries and automatic phrasing

Core Cartridges

  • Guided Navigation cartridges
  • Search cartridges
  • Record Spotlighting cartridges
  • Static content cartridges

User Access Controls

  • Creating users and groups in Workbench
  • Configuring permissions for users and groups

Best Practices

  • Incorporate best practice principles when designing and developing an Experience Manager application.

 

Course ID: CCDPEM


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