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ORACLE Fusion Middleware-Training Curriculum

About the Course

Module 1: Getting Ready (4 Hours)
44 Hours
 Overview of XML Technologies : XML, XSD, XPATH , XSL
(Weekly 8 Hrs (2 hrs Alternate day))
 Introduction to WSDL
 Overview of Web services: SOAP, UDDI, WS -I etc. Description:
 Introduction to SOA This course starts with basics of
Web services and talks about how
 Additional Terminology & Explanations
ORACLE SOA Suite facilitates
 Brief overview of ORACLE SOA Suite.
Service Oriented Architecture. This
course details how Service
Hand s On: XM L & We b Ser vice s Assig n me nt
Orchestration can be achieved using
Oracle BPEL and how ORACLE
ESB makes content based
Module 2: Installation & Arch (2 Hours)
r o u t i n g e a s i e r . I t a l s o c ove r s
O r a c l e Ru l e s A u t h o r i n g a n d
 ORACLE SOA Suite Installation O r a c l e W e b S e r v i c e Manager.
 ORACLE SOA Suite Architecture
About Lightning Minds
Hands on: Guided Assignment on Oracle SOA Custom installation

Lightning Minds is growing IT

Module 3: Getting into BPEL (2 Hours) Company trying to make difference in
ORACLE technology consulting and
 Introduction to Service Orchestration training. Lightning Minds is preferred
 Overview of BPEL Process Manager source of experts and technology
 Over view of JDeveloper & BPEL Designer. specialists in ORACLE technologies.
 BPEL Adapters
Why us?
 Types of BPEL Process
 BPEL Variables  Experienced Trainers
 Writing Hello World BPEL Process  Recorded Sessions
 Hands-on Lab work
Hands on: BPEL Process Assignments
 Real time Servers
Module 4: BPEL Development Life Cycle (4 Hours)  Discussion Forums
 Placement Assistance
 BPEL Development Process
For demo session/signup,
 Writing BPEL Test cases using BPEL Test suites
 Using Subversion for BPEL Configuration Management. Visit
 BPEL Deployment plans ( New feature)
 System Integration testing using SOAP UI.
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Hands on: BPEL Test case & SOAPUI Assignment
Module 5: BPEL Activities & Scope (2Hrs)

 Explanation of BPEL Activities

 Overview of Partner Links
 Transaction handling in BPEL

Hands on: Development of BPEL process using various BPEL activities and transactions

Module 6: BPEL Adapters (4 Hours)

 Introduction to BPEL Adapters

 Overview of Database Adapters
 Using Oracle e - Business Suite Adapters, File Adapters, MQ Adapters etc.
 Polling Queues/Topics & files using Adapters.
 Message Rejection handling in Adapters.
 Handling Native formatted data like CSV using native schemas in adapters.

Hands on: Assignment on MQ and Oracle e-Business Suite Adapters

Module 7: Handling faults in BPEL (6 Hours)

 Fault Handling in BPEL

 Creating custom faults.
 Fault Policy Management ( Feature)
 Fault handling using Sensors.

Hands on: Assignment on BPEL Custom Fault policy management

Module 8: BPEL Dehydration & Correlation (2 Hours)

 Introduction to BPEL Correlation

 Overview of BPEL Dehydration
 Custom Correlation sets

Hands on: Assignments on custom correlation sets

Module 9: BPEL Human work flow & Worklist Application (6 Hours)

 BPEL Human workflow management

 Introduction to Worklist application.
 Custom JSP creation

Hands on: Assignments on creating human workflow application

Module 10: BPEL Decision Services (4 Hours)

 Over vi ew o f D ec is io n s erv i ces i n O R A CL E

 Rules Engine Fundamentals
 Using Rules engine in BPEL decision service

Hands on: Assignment on Rules Engine.

Module 11: Getting into ORACLE ESB (2 Hours)

 Introduction to ORACLE ESB

 ORACLE ESB Architecture
 ESB/BPEL Design Strategies

Module 12: ESB Systems & Service groups (4 Hours)

 Intr oduction to ESB Sy st e m s & se r vi ce g r o ups

 ESB Best practices
 Creating Routing Service & SOAP Services in ESB
 ESB Content based routing
 ESB/BPEL Integration.

Hands on: Assignments on integrating BPEL & ESB

Module 13: ORACLE Web Service Manager(2Hrs)

 Creation of Security Policies & Management

 Centralized Dashboard management of Contract and management policies.

Course Work: Project involving integration of data from legacy systems to Oracle e -Business Suite.