Important Notes

  • This course is majorly focused around Oracle SOA Suite for Developing SOA
  • composite applications and several important Administration activities.
  • All Oracle Software required for the course will be provided.
  • The course topics are very close to 'Oracle SOA Certification (1Z0-478)'
  • As part of course, examples will be demonstrated.
  • Assignments will be provided for in-class and home work.
  • Student will complete a project by end of the course.
  • Student should carry a laptop with the following configuration
    • Windows 7 (64 bit)
    • 4GB RAM (Minimum)

Topics


Fundamentals

  • Introduction to XSD
  • Introduction to WSDL and Webservices
  • Describe Service Component Architecture (SCA)
  • Runtime Architecture of SOA

Oracle SOA Admin - Software Installation

  • Install Java
  • Install Jdeveloper with SOA Extension
  • Install Oracle XE10g
  • Install Weblogic Server
  • Install RCU
  • Install SOA
  • Configure SOA Server on Weblogic
  • Test the installation using Oracle Enterprise Manager

Mediator

  • Routing
  • Transformation (XSLT)
  • Filtering
  • Subscribe to Events
  • Generate Events

Adapters

  • Adapter Architecture (JCA)
  • File Adapter
  • DB Adapter
  • JMS Adapter
  • Configure Adapters (Design Time and Run-time)

BPEL (Business Process Execution Language)

  • Use BPEL Editor to create BPEL synchronous and asynchronous processes
  • Use WSDL partner link types and BPEL partner link elements to interact with services
  • Manipulating XML Data in BPEL process
  • XSLT Transformation
  • Use the Assign activity to manipulate data in BPEL variables
  • Using Conditional Branching in a BPEL Process
  • Using Repetitive Activities in a BPEL Process
  • Using Parallel Processing in a BPEL Process
  • Switch/if, Flow, FlowN, forEach
  • Non-blocking Invocation pattern
  • Explain concept of Dehydration
  • Various Interaction patterns
  • Invoking Synchronous Webservice from a BPEL process
  • Invoking Asynchronous Webservice from a BPEL process
  • Using Fault Handling and Exception in a BPEL Process
  • Transactions and Propagating Faults
  • Compensation Handling in a BPEL Process
  • Using BPEL Process Manager Sensors to monitor the BPEL data
  • Using Business Rules in a BPEL Process
  • Using Human Task in a BPEL Process
  • Using Alarm Activity
  • Using Pick Activiity
  • Using Invoke, Receive Activities
  • Using Scope and Sequence
  • Generating Events from a BPEL Process
  • Subscribing Events from a BPEL Process

Business Rules

  • Design Business Rule
  • Create RuleSet
  • Create Rules using if/then
  • Create Rules using Decision Table
  • Define Global Variables
  • Define List of Values, List of Range
  • Create Decision Service
  • Integrate Business Rule with BPEL Process
  • Use SOA Composer to change the rules dynamically in a running Process

Human Task Services

  • Design a human task
  • Configure in-built outcomes of a task.
  • Define a custom outcome and use it in a task
  • Define Input Data for a human task
  • Deal with different types of Task Assignments
  • Describe various types of Assignment Patterns
    • Single and Multiple Assignments
    • Serial and Parallel Stages
    • Management Chain
  • Use ldapconnection to search Users
  • Define Task Form (Auto generate)
  • Describe how to customize Task Form
  • Use BPM Worklist to act on tasks
    • Approve, Reject, Request Additional Info, Reasign

Securing Services

  • Describe the role and features of Oracle Web Services Manager (OWSM)
  • Describe security and identity propagation
  • Attach security policies to end points at design-time and run-time
  • Use UserNameToken to secure a Service
  • Use SAML Protection Service Token to secure a Service
  • Use SAML Protection Client Token to propagate security token

Testing SOA Composite Application

  • Create TestSuites to test a SOA Composite Application
  • Use Inbound Messages
  • Emulate Outbound, Fault and Callback Messages
  • Run Test Suites
  • Verify the Test Results and examine details of the results

Event Driven Network (EDN)

  • Define Events
  • Generate Events using BPEL
  • Generate Events using Mediator
  • Subscribe to Events using Mediator
  • Subscribe to Events to using BPEL

Governance

  • Describe the benefits of governance for SOA
  • Describe the main features of Oracle Enterprise Repository/Registry
  • Describe life cycle management

Basics of Oracle Service Bus Service Mediation

  • Differentiate between when to use Mediator and when to use Service Bus
  • Explain the role of Service Bus and the benefits it provides
  • Proxy Service, Business Service and Pipeline
  • Explain Throttling
  • Explain Endpoint management
  • Explain Caching scale Business Services

  • Deploy and undeploy SOA composite application using Jdeveloper
  • Deploy, undeploy, retire SOA composite applications through OEM (Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control)
  • Generating and using Deployment Configuration Plans
  • Creating JDBC Data sources in Weblogic Server
  • Configuration of Outbound Connections for DB Adapter
  • Configuration of Outbound Connections for JMS Adapter
  • Monitor components deployed to SOA Suite using OEM
  • Troubleshoot a deployed SOA Suite application using OEM
  • Managing multiple versions and default of the same composite applications using OEM
  • Understand the difference and use of default and other versions of a composite applications
  • Introduction to User Messaging Service (UMS)
  • Configuration of Logging levels for different components of SOA
  • Acting on Faults
  • Attaching/Detaching Policies on SOA Composite components