Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model

Oracle BPM 11g: Implement the Process Model Certification Training Course Overview

This training is ideal for process developers who want to learn how to execute a BPM process model. It will also teach them how to support and team up the needs of process analysts in role as co-implementers and modelers.

Audience: This course will be best suited for Application Developers, Database Administrators, Functional Implementers, Support Engineers, System Analysts, Technical Consultants, and Web Administrators.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Overview of Oracle BPM Process Implementation
  • Review of Oracle BPM Architecture
  • Review of BPM Modeling
  • Overview of the Development Environment:
  • About Process Accelerators
  • Introducing the SalesQuote Model
Module 2: A Collaboration: Developer and Process Analyst
  • Collaborative Process Design: An Overview
  • Introducing Process Composer
  • Creating project templates for the Business Process Composer user
  • Discussing the Developer's role in supporting the process analyst
Module 3: Using Business Objects
  • Working with information in a process
  • Explaining Data Objects and their scope
  • About Data object types and their representation
  • Describing Data mapping and association
  • Creating a Business Object
  • Declaring Process and Project Data Objects
  • Defining business indicators
Module 4: Implementing User Tasks
  • Overview of human tasks
  • Creating a human task
  • About Human task patterns
  • Explaining Parameters and data association
  • About Task forms
Module 5: Writing Expressions and Initializing Variables
  • Introducing expressions
  • About Simple expressions
  • About XPath expressions
  • About XSL transformations
  • Discussing a more advanced XPath example
  • Using expressions in conditional transitions
Module 6: Building Web Forms in Business Process Composer
  • Overview of Web Forms
  • Introducing the Web Form Designer
  • About the Development Approach
  • Adding Components to a Web Form
  • Customizing Components of a Web Form
  • Adding Form Rules to a Web Form
Module 7: Implementing Business Rule Tasks
  • Overview of Business Rule
  • Discussing Rulesets and Bucketsets
  • About Globals
  • Creating business rules
  • Testing business rules
Module 8: Defining Human Workflows
  • Overview of Human workflow
  • About Patterns
  • Defining human workflows
  • About Task options
  • Defining and using parametric roles
  • The ApproveDeal human workflow: An example
Module 9: Implementing Service Tasks
  • Overview of Services and References
  • Overview of Service Adapters
  • Overview of Mediators and BPEL Services
  • Creating a Service Task
Module 10: Overview of Events
  • Overview of events
  • More on Timer events
  • More on Signal events
  • Discussing the exclusive XOR Event Gateway
Module 11: Controlling and Organizing the Process Flow
  • Overview of Subprocesses
  • About the embedded subprocess
  • About the reusable subprocess
  • About the event subprocess
  • Interrupting or altering the process flow
  • About Peer process communication
  • About Interprocess communication
  • Setting up an interprocess communication using Message events
Module 12: Handling Exceptions in the BPM Process
  • Overview of Exception handling
  • About System events and Business events
  • Handling errors for an activity and a subprocess
  • Handling errors at the process level
  • Discussing Error events
  • Error handling in a reusable subprocess
  • Error handling in a called peer process
  • Explaining Policy driven exception handling
Module 13: Developing the User Interface using ADF - An Introduction
  • Overview of ADF
  • Explaining some fundamentals of JSF
  • About Task Forms and task flows
  • Working with the ADF page editor
  • Explaining UI Development and Deployment
  • Using the Integrated WebLogic Server for UI development
  • Working in parallel with a UI development team
  • Managing code lines
Module 14: User Interface Options
  • Making the Process UI your own - what are your options?
  • Customizing the ADF Workspace
  • Discussing Custom UIs and the APIs
  • Creating an ADF Custom UI
  • Creating a Non-ADF Custom UI (this is just a high level overview)
  • About The Process Spaces Alternative Workspace
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Course Prerequisites
  • Basic Computer Knowledge.

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

  • Migrate content server configurations
  • Update Mass-Metadata and Creating Backups
  • Create automatic content review processes
  • Create custom pages using rules and profiles
  • Implement a Role-Based Security Model
  • Configure Webcenter Content Server using Components
  • Use Folios and Folio Administration
  • Implement a metadata model
  • Manage content subscriptions
  • Implement a security model
  • Replicate content
  • Implement an Account-Based Security Model

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