Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Build Composite Applications Ed 2/1Z0-434

Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Build Composite Applications Ed 2 Certification Training Course Overview

In Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Build Composite Applications training course, you will learn how to design and develop SOA composite applications for application integration with services by using Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementation approach. This training course will also give you an overview on integrating your organization’s applications into agile, reusable, service-based connectivity to reduce risk and respond faster to business requirements.

Who Should do Oracle SOA Suite 12c: Build Composite Applications Ed 1 Course?

  • Application Developers
  • Business Analysts
  • Developer
  • SOA Architect
  • Technical Consultant
This course prepares you for Exam 1Z0-434.

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Course Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Service Oriented Architecture
  • Describing Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Explaining Service Component Architecture
  • Reviewing of Services and Key Standards
  • Explaining the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Architecture and Components
  • Explaining Business Events and the Event Delivery Network
  • Installing the Oracle SOA Suite 12c Quickstart
Module 2: Getting Started with Composite Applications
  • Describing Basic Synchronous and Asynchronous Interaction Patterns
  • Discussing XSD and Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
  • Creating a Mediator Component
  • Defining a Routing Service
  • Creating XSL and XQuery Transformations with the XSLT Mapper
  • Introducing Working with Adapters
  • Creating a File Adapter Service Reference
  • Examining the composite.xml Source
Module 3: Managing and Monitoring a Composite Application
  • Deploying a Composite Application
  • Versioning Applications
  • Discussing Application state
  • Using Configuration Plans
  • Managing the Life Cycle of a Composite Application
  • Testing a Composite Application
  • Managing SOA Applications with JDeveloper
  • Testing a Composite Application in Enterprise Manager
Module 4: Working With Data
  • Discussing Data Standards
  • Using Attributes
  • Introducing XSL Transformations
  • Using XPath Functions
  • Using the Mapper in JDeveloper
  • Testing Transformations
  • Working with Native Format Data
Module 5: Using the JMS and JDBC Adapters
  • Introducing Binding Components and JCA Adapters
  • Monitoring Adapters
  • Discussing JMS Messaging
  • Discussing Adapters and the WebLogic Application Server
  • Introducing the Oracle JMS Adapter
  • Configuring JMS Resources with WebLogic Administration Console
  • Configuring the JDBC Adapter
  • Configuring the JDBC Adapter
Module 6: Introduction to BPEL
  • Defining Business Processes and BPEL
  • Introducing Parts of a BPEL Process
  • Discussing Variables in a BPEL Process
  • Using the Sequence and Scope Activities
  • Using the BPEL Design Editor
  • Testing a BPEL Process in Enterprise Manager
Module 7: More BPEL Activities
  • Conditional Branching with the If Activity
  • Processing with the Flow Activity
  • Parallel and Sequential Looping with the Foreach Activity
  • Suspending a Process with the Wait Activity
  • Waiting for a Message with the Pick Activity
  • Looping with the While Activity
  • Indexing XML Arrays Dynamically
  • Examining Structured and Extension BPEL 2.0 Activities
Module 8: Handling Faults in Composite Applications
  • Introducing Faults and Fault Handling Options
  • Managing Faults in Synchronous and Asynchronous Mediators
  • Returning Faults from Synchronous and Asynchronous BPEL Processes
  • Throwing Faults in BPEL Processes
  • Introducing Compensation and Compensation Handlers
  • Introducing the Fault Management Framework
  • Configuring Fault Policies
  • Recovering Faults with Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
Module 9: Introducing Human Tasks
  • Introducing Human Tasks
  • Creating and Configuring a Human Task in a Composite Application
  • Adding a Human Task to a BPEL Process
  • Generating and Deploying Task Display Forms
  • Using the Worklist Application to View and Act on Task Information
  • Introducing the Oracle User Messaging Service
  • Configuring UMS Notification Properties
  • Sending Notifications to User's Preferred Channel
Module 10: Sharing Functionality
  • Using the Design-time Meta Data Services (MDS) Repository to share files
  • Introducing Templates
  • Creating and Using Project, Service Component, and Scope Activity Templates
  • Introducing BPEL Subprocesses
  • Creating and Using Standalone Subprocesses
  • Creating and Using Inline Subprocesses
  • Describing the Differences Between Templates and Subprocesses
Module 11: Using the REST Adapter
  • Introducing REST Services
  • Comparing REST and SOAP Web Services
  • Creating and Configuring a REST Adapter
Module 12: Introducing Business Rules
  • Introducing the Business Rule Component
  • Describing the Oracle Business Rules Architecture
  • Creating Rules and Decision Tables with the JDeveloper Rule Editor
  • Examining Business Rule Component Files
  • Describing the Role of the Rules SDK
  • Editing Business Rules at Runtime
Module 13: Designing and Managing Business Events
  • Describing the Event Delivery Network
  • Creating a Business Event
  • Publishing an Event
  • Subscribing to an Event
  • Managing Events in Oracle Enterprise Manager
Module 14: Testing SOA Composite Applications
  • Introducing the Composite Test Framework
  • Defining Emulations and Assertions
  • Discussing Test Suites and Test Cases
  • Testing Initiation of Inbound Messages
  • Emulating Outbound, Fault, and Callback Messages
  • Running Test Cases
  • Examining Results of a Test Run
  • Using the SOA Debugger to Debug Composite Applications
Module 15: Securing Services and Composite Applications
  • Explaining Security for Services
  • Describing the Fusion Middleware Security Architecture
  • Attaching Security Policies at Design Time in JDeveloper
  • Attaching Security Policies Post-Deployment in Enterprise Manager
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Course Prerequisites
  • Knowledge of XML, XML Schema, XSL Transformations and XPath
  • Knowledge of web service standards, including SOAP and WSDL

On Completion of this course you will be able to:-

  • Create a SOA Composite application using JDeveloper.
  • Initiate SOA composite applications using the Events Delivery Network.
  • Test, debug and troubleshoot a SOA composite application.
  • Apply security policies to service endpoints.