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    Oracle SOA Course Syllabus

    Introduction to the Course and Course Content’s
    • Describe Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts 
    • Details about what to download and from where for SOA 11g Installation
    • Technical and Business Benefits of SOA
    • Discussion on market value and prerequisites
    • Demo
    • Service-Oriented Architecture Concepts
    • Identify standards that enable SOA XML, XSD, XPATH, XSL,WSDL & SOAP
    • Review Service Component Architecture (SCA)
    • Describe Oracle SOA Suite 11g components
    • Practice
    Install SOA Suite 11g and configure JDeveloper
    • Basic Concepts and Weblogic Server 11g – Domains, Servers, Homes
    • Overview Weblogic Domains and Managed Servers
    • Orchestrating Services with BPEL
    • Define a composite application
    • Describe SOA Composite Editor
    • Explain BPEL Components activities and partner Links
    • Practice
    Understand BPEL designer (JDeveloper) and activities
    • BPEL PM Designer Layout – the Integration Perspective
    • Applications and Projects (Composites)
    • Creating your first BPEL Process – HelloWorld
    • XPath Expression Builder
    • Deploying the BPEL Process
    • Managing Deployments/Un-Deployments with Enterprise Manager 11g
    • Synchronous and Asynchronous BPEL Processes
    • Orchestrating Services with BPEL
    • What does synchronous mean
    • What does asynchronous mean. 
    • Overview of Partner Link. 
    • Practice
    Create a synchronous process
    • Create an asynchronous process
    • Using soap UI for calling and testing web services
    • Parallel processing and Conditional branching
    • Practice
    Create an application to illustrate the use of parallel processing and conditional branching
    • Advanced BPEL Concepts
    • Describe Exception Handling in Composite Applications
    • Describe the Fault Management Framework and its limitations.
    • Describe Compensation handling within a BPEL process
    • Describe Correlation concepts
    • Using Sensors
    • Using DVMs
    • Practice
    Throwing simple faults and faults with variable
    • Returning faults to client by adding fault message to WSDL
    • How to use Fault Framework (Fault Policy and Fault Binding)
    • Best practices for fault handling
    • Human Workflow
    • Describe Human Workflow Concepts, Features and Architecture
    • Design Human Tasks and Services
    • Invoke a Human Task from a BPEL process
    • Practice
    Simple Approval using Human Workflow.
    • Business Rules
    • Explain business rules concepts
    • Describe the Oracle Business Rules architecture
    • Describe Oracle Rules Engine
    • Create a rule with the Jdeveloper Rules Designer
    • Integrate a simple rule with a BPEL Process
    • Embedding Java in BPEL process
    • Use Java embedding to set/get BPEL variables, for logging
    • Introduction to Adapters
    • Describe adapter concepts and framework
    • Describe Technology adapters: File, Database, JMS, etc
    • Describe Applications Adapters Ebiz suite etc
    • Practice
    Read and write a file using file adapter
    • Publish and subscribe messages using JMS Adapter
    • More Adapters Concepts
    • Dynamic Partnerlinks
    • Externalizing properties using End point properties
    • Practice
    Retrieving records from a table using DB adapter.
    • Insert data into JMS queue using JMS adapter
    • Working with Mediator Components
    • Explain the Mediator component and its features
    • Define business events and the Event Delivery Network (EDN)
    • Create and configure a Mediator service component
    • Practice
    Create Mediator Routing Rules
    • Create and configure a Mediator service component
    • Monitoring and managing SOA 11g Deployment
    • Describe Deploy and Un-deploy SOA Composite application
    • Describe Management of SOA Composite application using the Enterprise Manager
    • Practice
    Deploying applications using Enterprise Manager Console
    • Database and FTP Client Tools
    • Describes How to use Database and FTP Tools in a production environment
    • SOA 11G Design and Build Standards
    • Overview of SOA/Web Services
    • SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Overview
    • Web Services Overview / Relationship to SOA
    • Web services Architecture
    • OAP and WSDL Overview
    • Introduction to Java Web Services
    • Overview of Java Web Services
    • JAX-WS and JSR-181
    • Service definition with @WebService
    • Creating a Web Service with JAX-WS
    WSDL – Web Services Description Language
    • Introduction
    • XML Namespace and XML Schema Overview
    • WSDL Structure and Elements
    • A WSDL Document
    • Definition, Types, Messages, PortTypes, and Operations
    • Bindings, Ports, and Services
    • SOAP 1.1 Binding for WSDL
    SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol
    • Overview
    • Message syntax
    • Envelope/Header/Body
    • Detailed Soap message structure
    • SOAP Faults, Attachments
    • SOAP Messaging and HTTP Binding
    • SOAP Styles and Encoding
    JSR-181
    • Overview
    • @WebService, Modifying the Generated Service
    • Other Annotations (@WebMethod, @SOAPBinding)
    • The SEI (Service Endpoint Interface
    JAX-WS Capabilities
    • Overview
    • WSDL to Java Mapping
    • Capabilities (XML Messaging, Handlers, SOAP/HTTP, Client Programming
    • JAX-WS Clients
    • Programming Model, Generating Classes from WSDL
    • Writing a JAX-WS Client
    • Dynamic Clients
    SOAP Handlers
    • Overview and Processing
    • Logical and Protocol Handlers
    • Writing / Configuring a SOAP Protocol Handler
    • Writing/Configuring a Logical Handler
    JAXB – Java Architecture for XML Binding
    • Overview and Architecture
    • JAXB and WSDL
    • JAXB Annotations
    • Start From WSDL / Start from WSDL & Java
    • Starting From WSDL
    • Binding Customizations
    • Starting From WSDL and Java
    Bare XML Web Services
    • XML Messaging Overview
    • JAX-WS Providers
    • A SOAP Provider and Source Provider
    • XML Clients with Dispatch
    • XML/HTTP Messaging with Provider
    • Security
    • Java EE Security / Role Based Security
    • Securing Web Services with BASIC Authentication
    EJB-Based Web Services
    • EJB Overview
    • Programming EJB
    • Creating/Configuring EJB-Based Web Services
    • PLSQL Web Service
    • Procedure overview
    • Programming Java with Procedure
    • Creating/Configuring PL/SQL Web Services .
    • UDDI Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration
    • UDDI Overview and Capabilities
    • JAXR – Java API for XML Registries
    • JAXR Infomodel and Architecture
    Using the JAXR API
    • WS-* Overview
    • WS-Interoperability (WS-I)
    • The WS-I Basic Profile
    • WS-Addressing
    • Ways of creating web service
    • Bottom up approach
    • Top-down Approach
    • Conclusion
    • Oracle Service Bus
    Perquisite
    • WebService,xpath,xquery,xml
    • XPATH
    • XQUERY
    • XML
    • Cor
    Introduction to Oracle Service Bus
    • Advantage of Oracle Service Bus
    • Comparison between Web Service and ESB
    • Comparison of ALSB/OSB and ESB
    • Difference between BPM,OSB,BPEL
    • Introduction to SOA, Web Services and Role of a Service Bus
    • Typical Problem Areas
    • How SOA Helps
    • Breaking SOA Misconceptions
    • Why Service Bus is needed
    • Introduction to XML(Loosely Coupled language)
    • How to create XSD,XML
    • What is simple type ,complex type
    • What is XPATH
    • What is Xquery
    • What is XSLT
    • Introduction to OSB and OSB Architecture
    • Understand OSB & Weblogic Console, Eclipse
    • OSB Key Architecture Concepts
    • Binding Layer
    • Transport Layer
    • Proxy and Business Services
    • OSB Key Concepts
    • Message Context
    • Message Flows
    • Understand OSB & Weblogic Console, Eclipse
    • OSB Message Patterns
    • OSB Design Time Components
    • Development of Proxy Service using Eclipse /Web logic console
    • What is proxy?
    • What is Business Service?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Trainer

    Our Oracle SOA Trainers
    • Have more than 10 Years of experience in Oracle SOA Technologies
    • Has worked on multiple realtime Oracle SOA projects
    • Working in a top MNC company in Bangalore
    • Trained more than 2000+ Students so far.
    • Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge
    • Certified Professionals
    Our Oracle SOA Placement Team
    • Has Trained & Placed 2000+ Students
    • 92% percent Placement Record
    • 1000+ Interviews Organized
    Our Oracle SOA Training centers
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    Oracle SOA Regular Batch ( Morning, Day time & Evening)
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    Oracle SOA Fast Track batch
    • Seats Available : 5 (maximum)
    Oracle SOA Online batch
    • Seats Available : 5 (maximum)

    Course

    Our Oracle SOA Course Duration is
    • Approximately 40 Hrs, Interactive & Practical Training Sessions
    • Assignments & Projects will be Provided 
    Oracle SOA Course is Suitable for
    • Windows administrators
    • Software developers
    • Unix system administrators
    • Database administrators
    • Solutions architects
    • Technical support executives
    • And anyone who is interested in Oracle SOA.

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