Oracle - Oracle WebCenter 11g: Introduction to Portal Applications

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Oracle - Oracle WebCenter 11g: Introduction to Portal Applications: Teilnehmerkreis Technischer Berater Java-Entwickler Vertriebsberater Kursziele Describe the four key components of Oracle WebCenter Suite Describe the functionality of WebCenter Framework Consume standard-based portlets in a WebCenter application List the WebCenter Services and describe the ways they can..
Gerichtet an: Teilnehmerkreis Technischer Berater Java-Entwickler Vertriebsberater Kursziele Describe the four key components of Oracle WebCenter Suite Describe the functionality of WebCenter Framework Consume standard-based portlets in a WebCenter application List the WebCenter Services and describe the ways they can be included in custom applications Use predefined WebCenter task flows to add documents, discussions, tags, links and searching to custom application Wire traditional...

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· Voraussetzungen

Erforderliche Vorkenntnisse: Java Programming Familiarity with Oracle JDeveloper 11g Empfohlene Vorkenntnisse: Familiarity with building user interfaces using Oracle ADF Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g : Java Programming Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g : Build Applications with ADF I

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KURSZIEL
Oracle - Oracle WebCenter 11g: Introduction to Portal Applications: Teilnehmerkreis
  • Technischer Berater
  • Java-Entwickler
  • Vertriebsberater
Kursziele
  • Describe the four key components of Oracle WebCenter Suite
  • Describe the functionality of WebCenter Framework
  • Consume standard-based portlets in a WebCenter application
  • List the WebCenter Services and describe the ways they can be included in custom applications
  • Use predefined WebCenter task flows to add documents, discussions, tags, links and searching to custom application
  • Wire traditional ADF components, WebCenter task flows and portlets to display correlated information
  • Build and manage customizable and personalizable application pages
  • Use the JCR data control to access documents stored in a content repository
  • Describe the main functionality of WebCenter Spaces


ZIELGRUPPE
Teilnehmerkreis
  • Technischer Berater
  • Java-Entwickler
  • Vertriebsberater
Kursziele
  • Describe the four key components of Oracle WebCenter Suite
  • Describe the functionality of WebCenter Framework
  • Consume standard-based portlets in a WebCenter application
  • List the WebCenter Services and describe the ways they can be included in custom applications
  • Use predefined WebCenter task flows to add documents, discussions, tags, links and searching to custom application
  • Wire traditional ADF components, WebCenter task flows and portlets to display correlated information
  • Build and manage customizable and personalizable application pages
  • Use the JCR data control to access documents stored in a content repository
  • Describe the main functionality of WebCenter Spaces


KURSINHALT
Oracle WebCenter provides an open and extensible solution that allows users to interact with enterprise-ready social computing services such as wikis, blogs, RSS, recent activities, instant messaging, document and content management, social networking, tagging, Business Process Execution Language workflows, and analytics, directly in the context of a portal or an application. Oracle WebCenter Framework is an Oracle JDeveloper design-time extension that breaks down boundaries between Web-based portals and enterprise applications. It also provides the runtime portal and Web 2.0 framework on which all Oracle WebCenter technology runs. Developers do not need to decide ahead of time whether they are building a portal or an application; with Oracle WebCenter Framework, any application can be a portal and any portal can be an application. Oracle WebCenter also includes Composer and Business Directory --powerful role-based capabilities that enable business users to seamlessly leverage many corporate information resources within the enterprise portal with only a few simple clicks. Together, these tools and services empower end users and IT to build and deploy next-generation collaborative applications and portals that take advantage of the creativity and intellect of every user, and improve the productivity of key internal and external business processes.
This course introduces you to Oracle WebCenter's components and teaches you how to add these components to any application to create content-rich, collaborative, customizable applications. In this course you start with an ADF application, then enhance it with features from WebCenter Framework, Composer, and Services. Using Oracle JDeveloper with the embedded WebCenter Framework extension, you learn how to add portlets, documents, discussion forums, tags, links, and search to the existing application. You also learn how to enable users to compose and edit WebCenter application pages at run time. Solving the practices results in a small, concise, feature-rich WebCenter application.
Learn to:
  • Use predefined WebCenter task flows to add documents, discussions, tags, links and searching to custom application
  • Wire traditional ADF components, WebCenter task flows and portlets to display correlated information
  • Use the JCR data control to access documents stored in a content repository
  • Build and manage customizable and personalizable application pages
  • Consume standard-based portlets in a WebCenter application
  • Describe the main functionality of WebCenter Spaces
Kursthemen
Introduction to Oracle WebCenter 11g
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware
  • Oracle WebCenter 11g: Overview
  • Oracle WebCenter Architecture
  • Deployed Architecture of a WebCenter Instance and Service Providers
  • Introducing the Course Application
Overview of the Initial Application
  • Using Page Templates
  • Understanding the Layout of the Application and its Facets
  • Understanding the Data Model using ADF Business Services
  • Understanding the Table and Charts Based on the Data Model
  • Understanding the Application's Security
  • Understanding the Task Flows and Managed Beans
Using Portlets
  • What is a Portlet?
  • WebCenter-Supported Portlet Standards
  • Anatomy of a Portlet: Provider, Portlet, Consumer, Communication Protocol
  • Portlet Modes, Customization, and Personalization
  • Registering a Portlet Provider
  • Adding Portlets to a Page
  • Attributes of the Portlet Tag
  • Oracle JSF Portlet Bridge
WebCenter Services
  • What is a WebCenter Service
  • Categories of WebCenter Services
  • Common Features of WebCenter Services
  • Introducing the Functionality of Each Service
Integrating Services into Custom Applications
  • Ways to Integrate WebCenter Services
  • Creating Connections to Backend Servers
  • Adding WebCenter Service Task Flows
  • Defining Task Flow Parameters and Refresh Conditions
  • Defining Task Flow Security Settings
Oracle Composer
  • Runtime Customization of WebCenter Applications
  • How MDS Stores Customization Data
  • The Role of Oracle Composer in Customizing an Application
  • WebCenter Customization Components
  • View and Edit Modes of WebCenter Pages
Integrating Content
  • Role of Content Repositories
  • JCR Standard API
  • Create Content Repository Connection
  • Use Content Repository Data Control to Access Content
Overview of WebCenter Spaces
  • Understanding WebCenter Spaces
  • Personal Spaces vs. Group Spaces
  • WebCenter Spaces Features
  • Extending WebCenter Spaces


VORRAUSSETZUNG
Erforderliche Vorkenntnisse:
  • Java Programming
  • Familiarity with Oracle JDeveloper 11g
Empfohlene Vorkenntnisse:
  • Familiarity with building user interfaces using Oracle ADF
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Java Programming
  • Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Applications with ADF I

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