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Oracle Commerce: Administering Your Content Environment Rel 11.1 (CAYCE)

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

Duration: 2 Days

Price: SGD 2,110.00

This Oracle Commerce: Administering Your Content Environment Rel 11.1 training builds on what you learned in the Configuring and Deploying an Oracle ATG Web Commerce Site Rel 10.2 course. It teaches you how to establish a Content Administration server for an application, set up versioned modules and repositories and manage repository and file-based assets.

Learn To:

  • Create versioned modules.
  • Configure versioned repositories.
  • Manage file assets.
  • Import versioned data.
  • Configure and manage guided search indexing after deployments.
  • Configure and initialize deployment targets.
  • Manage, debug and troubleshoot deployments.
  • Set security access and to manage deployments.

 

Who Should Attend

  • System Administrator
  • Technical Consultant

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites:

  • General web application system administration concepts
  • Configuring and Deploying an Oracle ATG Web Commerce Site Rel 10.2

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • Working knowledge of UNIX
  • XML
  • Basic understanding of databases

Course Objectives

  • Manage scenarios, targeters, slots, content groups, profile groups, and file assets through Oracle Commerce Content Administration
  • Configure and manage Guided Search indexing after deployments
  • Configure and initialize deployment targets
  • Manage deployments
  • Debug and troubleshoot deployments
  • Determine the right approach for viewing changes before Production Deployment
  • Set Content Administration and Merchandising security access
  • Deploy new and changed assets to the staging and production environments
  • Create versioned modules
  • Convert custom Oracle Commerce repositories to versioned repositories
  • Create XML deployment topology files for portability in clusters

Course Content

Introduction to Your Content Environment

  • Overview of Oracle Commerce Content Administration (CA)
  • Oracle Commerce tools
  • Content Administration architecture
  • Key concepts: Project, Workflow, Check-in, Deployment

Configuring Your Content Environment

  • Configuring metadata repositories
  • Configuring application modules on a CA Server
  • Configuring versioned repositories
  • Exporting data from non-versioned repositories
  • Importing data to versioned repositories
  • Viewing repository assets

Setting CA and Merchandising Security Access

  • BCC and ACC security
  • Merchandising access control
  • Secured repositories

Configuring the XML Deployment Topology

  • Creating the XML deployment topology
  • Importing the topology
  • Initializing target sites

Using Workflows

  • Asset lifecycle
  • Project interactions
  • Default workflow

Managing File Assets

  • File assets
  • Versioned file assets architecture
  • Importing existing files using the Repository Loader
  • Managing and deploying file assets

Managing Deployment

  • How deployment works
  • Deployment types and modes
  • Selective cache invalidation
  • Configuring repositories for deployment
  • Direct SQL deployment
  • Managing deployments in the BCC

Managing Guided Search and Experience Manager Content

  • Guided Search and Experience Manager overview
  • Manual and scheduled indexing
  • Triggered Indexing
  • Content promotion

Viewing Assets Before Production Deployment

  • Staging deployment
  • One-off deployment targets
  • Preview server
  • Pros and cons of the different approaches
  • Experience Manager preview

Debugging and Troubleshooting Deployment

  • Handling rollbacks and recovery
  • Debugging failed deployments
  • Troubleshooting indexing issues

Appendix A: Single Sign On and Business Tool Links

  • Links between the BCC and Workbench
  • Single Sign On (SSO) in Oracle Commerce

Appendix B: Site Access Control

  • Setting up internal user access control by sites

 

Course ID: CAYCE


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