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Oracle SOA Suite 12c: New Features and Capabilities Ed 1 (SS12CNFCE1)

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Course Overview

Duration: 2 Days

Price: SGD 2,110.00

This Oracle SOA Suite 12c: New Features and Capabilities Ed 1 training teaches you about the new features and capablities of the SOA Suite 12c product release as compared to the SOA Suite 11g product version. Before taking this course, you're expected to have a solid background developing 11g SCA composite applications, especially with using BPEL components; while the SOA Suite 12c product includes a number of diffferent components, the scope of the course is focused on developing SCA composite applications.

Learn To:

  • Describe the new features of SOA Suite 12c.
  • Understand how, when and why to use the new features of SOA Suite 12c.
  • Use the new features of SOA Suite 12c to become more productive as a developer.

Benefits to You

By taking this course, you'll learn to make the most of the new features of Oracle SOA Suite 12c. While the focus is on Oracle SCA application development, you will get chance to explore new wizards and tools available in 12c. You'll get a chance to participate in hands-on exercises to gain real-world experience using new features and new wizards, along with other development tools.

Explore REST Bindings and Correlation Sets

The training covers new wizards for REST bindings and correlation sets, as well as encypting PII data and creating fault policies. Expert Oracle University instructors will dive into the new SOA debugger, templates, and BPEL subprocesses.

 

Who Should Attend

  • SOA Architect
  • Application Developers
  • Java Developers
  • Developer

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisites:

  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g Design and Development Experience
  • Experience using JDeveloper
  • XML Programming Experience

Suggested Prerequisites:

  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Administration
  • SOA Adoption and Architecture Fundamentals

 

Course Objectives

  • Become familiar with the new features of SOA Suite 12c
  • Describe the four themes of Oracle SOA Suite 12c
  • Describe the differences between the three Quick Start Domain options
  • Describe the new features of the Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
  • Migrate SOA 11g Composite Applications to 12c
  • Manage shared design time artifacts using the design-time MDS Repository
  • Debug SOA composite applications with the SOA debugger
  • Create test suites and their test cases with the Create SOA Composite Test Wizard
  • Create a BPEL correlation set with the Correlation Wizard
  • Transform external, native format data to XML data that for use within SOA Suite 12c
  • Describe nXSD translation and XQuery Mapper
  • Learn how to Encrypt and Decrypt message fields
  • Define fault policies using the Fault Policy Wizard
  • Understand the format of REST web services and use the REST Binding Wizard
  • Describe the Managed File Transfer (MFT) Adapter
  • Create SOA composite templates and BPEL scope templates

Course Content

Overview

  • Understanding the four themes of the 12c release
  • Reviewing all of the changes and upgraded capabilities for developing SCA composite applications
  • Becoming familiar with the scope of this course

Quick Start for Developers

  • Understanding and running the new Quick Start installer
  • Starting the new JDeveloper 12c IDE
  • Becoming familiar with Quick Start domain configuration options
  • Installing both the Integrated WebLogic Server domain as well as the Stand-Alone domain
  • Creating a new Application Server connection in JDeveloper

Getting Familiar with 12c

  • Describing the new features of the Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
  • Understanding the new Error Hospital
  • Becoming familiar with the new security features of SOA partitions
  • Understanding Work Manager groups for SOA partitions
  • Managing Global Token variables for mulitiple SOA composite applications
  • Migrating SOA 11g composites to 12c

JDeveloper Changes

  • Locating components in the Application Navigator project folders
  • Viewing the detailed structure of the composite in the Structure window
  • Configuring the Component Palette list and Icon views
  • Creating TODO tasks to help organize development and design work
  • Refactoring and renaming components and artifacts
  • Managing shared design-time artifacts using the new file-based MDS Repository
  • Exploring component and artifact dependencies with the new Dependency Explorer

Testing and Debugging

  • Debugging SOA composite applications with the new SOA debugger
  • Setting breakpoints and launching the SOA debugger
  • Creating test suites and test cases with the new Test Suite wizard in JDeveloper
  • Running test suites and viewing results from within JDeveloper
  • Viewing and modifying variable values within a debug session
  • Specifying activity assertions within a BPEL process

BPEL Editor New Features

  • Editing BPEL activities in the Properties window
  • Using the new Correlation wizard to create BPEL correlation sets
  • Exploring additional capablities within the toolbar and BPEL designer settings
  • Understanding the new Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service (OESS)
  • Adding an OESS Job Activity to a BPEL process

Transformations

  • Translating native format data within a Mediator routing rule
  • Translating native format data using the new BPEL Translate activity
  • Creating an nXSD schema using the Native Format Builder
  • Using XQuery transformation mapping within a Mediator routing rule
  • Creating XQuery transformations using the new BPEL XQuery Transform activity

Protecting PII Data

  • Encrypting and decrypting specific fields of messages within SCA composite applications
  • Creating a Credential Store Framework (CSF) key
  • Adding the policy credential to the WebLogic domain

Fault Policy and Encryption/Decryption

  • Reviewing the capabilities of the Fault Management Framework
  • Creating a Fault Policy document with the new Fault Policy wizard
  • Defining and configuring fault policy alerts
  • Specifying Fault bindings with the new Fault Policy wizard
  • Accessing a recoverable fault in the Fusion Middleware Control

REST Binding Wizard

  • Reviewing and understanding the format of REST services
  • Comparing REST and SOAP
  • Exposing SOA composite applications as RESTful services
  • Adding a reference binding to a remote RESTful service
  • Generating REST mapping XML schemas
  • Using the REST binding wizard

New Adapters & MFT

  • Leveraging use cases involving the Managed File Transfer (MFT) adapter for transferring files
  • Understanding the features of the new LDAP adapter
  • Becoming familiar with Coherence and the new Coherence adapter
  • Understanding the SOA Suite Cloud Adapter SDK and the Salesforce Cloud Adapter

Templates & Subprocesses

  • Creating and using SOA composite templates
  • Creating and using component templates
  • Creating and using BPEL scope activity templates
  • Creating and using BPEL inline subprocesses
  • Creating and using BPEL stand-alone subprocesses
  • Managing templates

Additional Enhancements

  • Understanding additional Event Delivery Network (EDN) features
  • Become familiar with BPEL business indicators and new built-in process analytics
  • Editing custom business indicators for BPEL processes
  • Configuring analytic sampling points for SOA composites and components
  • Becoming familiar with the new out-of-the-box BAM dashboards for monitoring BPEL processes

Appendix A: Oracle Enterprise Scheduler Service

  • Describing the basic features and capabilities of OESS
  • Installing the OESS product
  • Configuring OESS jobs and related metadata
  • Administering running and completed OESS jobs
  • Creating Job Sets and Schedules

 

Course ID: SS12CNFCE1


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