Oracle aia 11g implementation

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This training program is designed to prepare the students for Oracle AIA Suite
Developer. Oracle Application Integration Architecture ( AIA ) Foundation pack
enables you to simplify cross-application business process integrations using a
standard based , prebuilt integration solution . This boot camp is primarily
focused on Oracle AIA Foundation Pack 11g and its components. Participants
will learn how to develop AIA –based integrations , apply appropriate message
exchange patterns , deploy solutions, and use the AIA error handling
framework.

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Oracle aia 11g implementation

  1. 1. Oracle AIA 11g ImplementationCategory : Oracle MiddlewareCourse-Id : OMW004Course Fees : 12000/- INRThis training program is designed to prepare the students for Oracle AIA SuiteDeveloper. Oracle Application Integration Architecture ( AIA ) Foundation packenables you to simplify cross-application business process integrations using astandard based , prebuilt integration solution . This boot camp is primarilyfocused on Oracle AIA Foundation Pack 11g and its components. Participantswill learn how to develop AIA –based integrations , apply appropriate messageexchange patterns , deploy solutions, and use the AIA error handlingframework. www.bispsolutions.com
  2. 2. Course Content:1 AIA Foundation Pack Overview  Business Needs for Integration  Key AIA Components and Terminology  AIA Architecture  AIA Foundation Pack  SOA Governance  Summary2 Enterprise Business Services  Enterprise Business Services in AIA Architecture  Characteristics of Enterprise Business Services  Purpose of Enterprise Business Services  Enterprise Business Service Types  EBS Use Cases  Development of an Enterprise Business Service  Summary3 Enterprise Business Objects and Enterprise Business Messages  Why AIA uses Enterprise Business Objects  Components of an Enterprise Business Object  How Enterprise Business Objects are Developed  Purpose of Enterprise Business Messages  Structure of Enterprise Business Messages  Foundation Objects and Services Library  Summary4 Extensibility  Typical Customer Extensions  Extending an Enterprise Business Object  Extension Methodology  Transformations  Extending an Enterprise Business Service  Summary5 Example and Demo  Demo  Solving of Issues  Exercise www.bispsolutions.com
  3. 3. 6 Application Business Connector Services  How AIA Architecture uses Application Business Connector Services  Application Business Connector Services Types  Core Tasks Performed by Application Business Connector Services  Key Design Considerations  Developing Application Business Connector Services  ABCS Use Cases  Summary7 Enterprise Business Flows  How AIA Architecture uses Enterprise Business Flows  Definition and Characteristics of Enterprise Business Flows  Distinctions Between Enterprise Business Flows and Enterprise Business Services  EBF Use Cases  Questions and Answers ..  Summary8 Security  AIA Security Objectives  Security in AIA Foundation Pack  Summary9 Versioning  AIA Versioning Strategy  Enterprise Business Object Versioning  Major Versions  Minor Versions  Schema Versioning  Enterprise Business Service Versioning  Summary10 Interaction Patterns  Synchronous Request/Response Pattern  Fire and Forget Pattern  Asynchronous Fire and Forget Pattern  Message Exchange Patterns in Services  SOA Implementation Patterns in Services  AIA Recommendations for Implementing Patterns  Summary www.bispsolutions.com
  4. 4. 11 Transactions  Inputs and Considerations for Transaction Designs  Business Requirements  Invocation Patterns  Participating Application Services  SOA Suites Transaction Semantics  Transaction Boundaries  AIA Recommendations  Summary12 Example and Demo  Demo  Solving of Issues  Exercise13 Business Service Repository  SOA Visibility in BSR Architecture  BSR Support for Process Integration  BSR Features  Summary14 Error Handling  Error Handling Framework  Error Handling Configuration  Error Console  Logging Framework  Enabling Error handling and Logging15 Composite Asset Validation System (CAVS)  CAVS Definition  Usage Scenarios  CAVS Architecture  Enabling CAVS in PIPs  Unit Testing and Incremental Testing  Using the CAVS UI  Summary .16 Diagnostics  How Diagnostics Works in the AIA Architecture  AIA Diagnostics Framework  Out-of-the-box Diagnostic Tests  Adding Custom Diagnostic Tests  Summary . www.bispsolutions.com
  5. 5. 17 Foundation Pack Installer  The Installation Process  Pre-requisites for Installation  Installer Flow  Installer Actions  Uninstalling the Foundation Pack  Summary .18 Example and Demo  Demo  Solving of Issues  ExerciseContact Point :Amit Shamraamit.sharma@bispsolutions.comessbasexpects.wordpress.comlearnodi.wordpress.comlearnoraclebi.wordpress.comlearnplanning.wordpress.comlearnsqlquery.wordpress.comlearncognosreports.wordpress.combispsolutions.wordpress.comodinetwork.blogspot.comhttp://learnsoa.wordpress.com www.bispsolutions.com

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