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Training contents : webMethods 7.1.

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This class focuses on the 7.1.2 version of the webMethods suite
Integration Server 7.1.2
Broker 7.1.2
Developer 7.1.2
Designer 7.1.2
Monitor 7.1.2
JDBC Adapter 6.5
Flat File 7.1.2
My webMethods Server 7.1.2
webMethods Trading Networks 7.1.2
My webMethods Server 7.1.2
webMethods Integration Server Administrator 7.1.2
webMethods Broker Administrator 7.1.2
Installer 7.1.2
webMethods Central Configurator 7.1.2
Database Component Configurator 7.1.2
webMethods 7.1.2 Process and Task Engines

Methods

Lecture, presentation
Hands-on workshop

Duration: 7 days (Monday to Sunday)

Day 1

Chapter 1 - webMethods Overview
– explain the webMethods 7.1 product suite infrastructure
– describe our Enterprise Services Platform
– identify server components and tools
– start the core server products for use
• Hands-on Exercise 1
Chapter 2 – Developer
– differentiate between Packages & Services
– define the Integration Server Namespace
– describe Best Practices for organizing project development
• Hands-on Exercise 2
Chapter 3 - Introduction to Services
– define the Service Pipeline
– list the Pipeline data objects
– explain how Services use the Pipeline

document your services

• Hands-on Exercise 3
Chapter 4 - Document Types
– create Document Types
– reference Document Types in the Pipeline
– discuss options for Document Type Validation
• Hands-on Exercise 4
Chapter 5 - Flow Services
– describe the capabilities of webMethods Flow
– list the 7 Flow operation types
– run your Flow services

Day 2

Hands-on Exercise 5
Hands-on Exercise 6

Continue Chapter 5 - Flow Services

• Hands-on Exercise 7
Chapter 6 – Mapping
– perform complex mapping
– use transformers
– understand Pipeline Variable Substitution
• Hands-on Exercise 8
Chapter 7 - Java Services
– describe the capabilities of webMethods Java Services
– write Java Services
– understand the role IData plays in writing Java Services
– understand how different Integration Server data structures are
exposed to Java services
– understand various ways of invoking Java services and generating
Java code
• Hands-on Exercise 9
Chapter 8 - Monitoring Services
– set up logging for Services and Processes
– describe the key features of My webMethods Monitor
– monitor services
• Hands-on Exercise 10
Chapter 9 - Invoking Services
– send data to the Integration Server from any client
– manipulate the data that was sent
• list different ways to send and receive XML documents
• describe the steps involved with processing incoming XML



Day 3

documents
list the most common built-in services for manipulating
XML documents
query an XML document

Hands-on Exercise 11

Chapter 10 - Flat File Handling
– describe the webMethods Flat File Architecture
– create a Flat File Dictionaries and Schemas using Developer
– parse delimited, fixed-length, variable-length, and complex Flat
Files
– create custom Format services
• Hands-on Exercise 12
• Hands-on Exercise 13
Chapter 11 - Web Services
– create Web Service provider nodes
– Use Web Service consumer nodes
– work with custom fault documents
• Hands-on Exercise 14
Chapter 12 - Broker Messaging
– publish documents via the Broker
– subscribe to documents via the Broker
• Hands-on Exercise 15
Chapter 13 - JMS Messaging
– understand JMS messaging options
– publish documents via a JMS provider
– subscribe to documents via a JMS provider

Day 4

Hands-on Exercise 16

Chapter 14 - JDBC Adapter
– configure an Adapter Connection
– create Adapter Services
– create Notification Services
• Hands-on Exercise 17
• Hands-on Exercise 18
Chapter 15 - Business Process Modeling
– Understand Business Process Management in webMethods 7 Product
Suite
– Use the Designer to modify business processes
– Generate business processes
– Update generated services for execution

• Hands-on Exercise 19
Chapter 16 - Monitoring Business Processes
– use My webMethods Server to enable and monitor business
processes
– understand how to resubmit process steps
– log additional fields
• Hands-on Exercise 20
Chapter 17 - Wrap-up Basic Course
Day 5

webMethods Administration
Chapter 1 - InstallingThePlatform
– Install selected components with the webMethods Installer
– Troubleshoot installation issues
– Use the Database Component Configurator


Hands-on Exercise 1
Hands-on Exercise 2

Chapter 2 – StartupAndShutdown
– Start the webMethods components
– Stop the webMethods components

Hands-on Exercise 3

Chapter 3 –Basic Configuration
– Configure the Integration Server for initial operation
– Work with the Broker Monitor, the Broker Server, and Brokers
– Connect webMethods components
– Connect components through database aliases
• Hands-on Exercise 5
Chapter 4 – LoggingAndAudit
– Describe the out-of-the-box logging of the platform
– Configure database logging for various components
– Use the Monitor
– Understand how to set up notifications

• Hands-on Exercise 6/7
Chapter 5 – SecuringTheInfrastructure
– understand basic security definitions for webMethods
– create users and groups
Hands-on Exercise 8/9

Day 6

Trading Networks
Chapter 1 - Trading Networks Concepts
– Define a trading network
– Understand the architecture of Trading Networks
– Describe the flow of processing in Trading Networks
– Start and stop the webMethods suite components
• Hands-on Exercise 1
Chapter 2 - Trading Partners
– Work with My webMethods or the TN Console
– Define trading partner profiles
– Understand Trading Partner Agreement (TPA) options and
parameters
– Modify TPA data parameters
• Hands-on Exercise 2
• Hands-on Exercise 3
• Hands-on Exercise 4
Chapter 3 – TN Document Types
– Define XML and flat file document types to Trading Networks
– Understand how document attributes work
– Configure document processing options
• Hands-on Exercise 5
Chapter 4 – TN Processing Rules
– Process TN documents based on type and attributes
– Understand how processing services work
– Use actions as part of processing rules
• Hands-on Exercise 6
Chapter 5 – Monitoring TN
– Set preferences for viewing TN information in My webMethods
– Understand how to search for transactions, tasks, and activities
– List the activity classes and task statuses
– Save searches

Day 7

Hands-on Exercise 7

BPM (Process Modeling/Management & Tasks/Workflow)
Chapter 1 – Introduction to Process Modeling
– Perform basic modeling
– Create model reports
– Build your models
– Test your models
• Hands-on Exercise 1,2,3,4,5,6
Chapter 2 - Basic Task Assignment





Add a task node to a model
Generate a task implementation
Deploy the task application
Interact with the generated task interface

Hands-on Exercise 7

Chapter 3 – Process Monitoring
– How to configure service monitoring
– How to monitor processes
– How to resubmit processes

Hands-on Exercise 8 & 9