Oracle Commerce: Administering Your Content Environment Rel 11.1

Oracle Commerce: Administering Your Content Environment Rel 11.1 Certification Training Course Overview

Oracle Commerce: Administering Your Content Environment Rel 11.1 training course enables you to how to establish a Content Administration server for an application. It talks about how to set security access and to configure, manage, debug and troubleshoot deployments.
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Course Modules

Module 1: 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
Module 2: 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
Module 3: Setting CA and Merchandising Security Access
  • BCC and ACC security
  • Merchandising access control
  • Secured repositories
Module 4: Configuring the XML Deployment Topology
  • Creating the XML deployment topology
  • Importing the topology
  • Initializing target sites
Module 5: Using Workflows
  • Asset lifecycle
  • Project interactions
  • Default workflow
Module 6: Managing File Assets
  • File assets
  • Versioned file assets architecture
  • Importing existing files using the Repository Loader
  • Managing and deploying file assets
Module 7: Managing Deployment
  • How deployment works
  • Deployment types and modes
  • Selective cache invalidation
  • Configuring repositories for deployment
  • Direct SQL deployment
  • Managing deployments in the BCC
Module 8: Managing Guided Search and Experience Manager Content
  • Guided Search and Experience Manager overview
  • Manual and scheduled indexing
  • Triggered Indexing
  • Content promotion
Module 9: Viewing Assets Before Production Deployment
  • Staging deployment
  • One-off deployment targets
  • Preview server
  • Pros and cons of the different approaches
  • Experience Manager previe
Module 10: Debugging and Troubleshooting Deployment
  • Handling rollbacks and recovery
  • Debugging failed deployments
  • Troubleshooting indexing issues
Module 11: Appendix A: Single Sign On and Business Tool Links
  • Links between the BCC and Workbench
  • Single Sign On (SSO) in Oracle Commerce
Module 12: Appendix B: Site Access Control
  • Setting up internal user access control by sites
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Course Prerequisites
Suggested Prerequisites:
  • Working understanding of UNIX
  • XML
  • Basic knowledge of databases
Required Prerequisites:
  • Configuring & Deploying an Oracle ATG Web Commerce Site Rel 10.2 Ed 1 PRV
  • General web application system administration concepts

After completion of this course; you will learn following:-

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