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Oracle ADF Online Training Course Content :

Introduction to Fusion and ADF

1.Oracle ADF and JDeveloper

2.Oracle Fusion Middleware

3.Oracle Fusion Architecture

4.ADF and MVC

5.More about ADF

Exploring Jdeveloper

1.JDeveloper 11g New Features

2.Building ADF Application in JDeveloper

3.Configuring JDeveloper Preferences

Database Schema Design

1.JDeveloper 11g New Features

2.Database Designing Tools in JDeveloper

3.Creating Offline Objects

4.Synchronize Online-Offline Database

Data Modeling with ADF Business Components

1.Advantages of ADF BC

2.ADF BC Categories

3.Creating ADF Business Components

4.Business Component Browser

Entity Objects and Associations

1.Data Persistence using Entity Objects

2.Creating Entity Objects

3.Modify Entity Object Default Behavior

4.Associations

View Objects and View Links

1.Populating Data in View Objects

2.Creating View Objects

3.Modify View Object Default Behavior

4.View Links

5.Creating View Criteria

6.Creating List of Values

Application Modules

1.Designing Application Module

2.Creating Application Module

3.Application Module Editor

4.Testing Service Methods

Programmatically Modifying Default Behavior

1.Supporting Java Classes

2.Modify Entity Object Behavior

3.Modify View Object Behavior

4.Service Methods and Application Module

Business Validation

1.Validation Life Cycle

2.Built-in Declarative Validation Rules

3.Validation Execution

4.Failure Handling

5.Groovy Support

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  • 1. Oracle fusion Middleware 11g Build Applications with Adf Online Training and Tutorials Online | classroom| Corporate Training | certifications | placements| support CONTACT US: MAGNIFIC TRAINING INDIA +91-9052666559 USA : +1-678-693-3475 info@magnifictraining.com www.magnifictraining.com
  • 2. What is Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g? • Oracle’s mid-tier technology stack for delivering business applications • Based around Java JEE technology + non-Java components (typically legacy) • Open architecture, standards-based, scalable and secure • Two development branches: ‣ OFM 11.1.1.x - mainstream release, contains most servers and applications ‣ OFM 12c.x - newer release stream, mostly concerned with infrastructure now
  • 3. Full Disk to Application Product Stack • Fusion Middleware is part of the wider Oracle technology stack • Full set of hardware, software and services for enterprise customers • Typically runs on Unix/Linux servers, with FMW tier often virtualized using OVM or VMWare • Engineered systems for data (Exadata), middleware (Exalogic) and analytics (Exalytics) • Applications built on JEE and SOA infrastructure • Management through Oracle Enterprise Manager • On-premise or in the cloud Applications Middleware Database Operating System Virtual Machine Servers Storage
  • 4. What is Oracle Business Intelligence? • Oracle BI provides a set of web-based tools for reporting and analyzing data • Based around dashboards, built around graphs, tables, pivots etc • Multiple server architecture that splits data access / presentation elements • Based on Siebel Analytics technology • Connects to multiple data sources ‣ Oracle DB & Exadata ‣ SQL Server, DB/2, Teradata ‣ Essbase, Oracle OLAP, MSAS ‣ ADF View Objects etc • Integral part of Oracle Fusion Middleware www.rittmanmead.com
  • 5. Web-Based Delivery of Analytics and Analysis • Users access information and analytics through role-based dashboards • Can also publish reports to PDF, distribute, or access through MS Office www.rittmanmead.com
  • 6. All Built Using Shared “Common Enterprise Information Model” • All reporting tools can take their data from a shared metadata layer • Defined as dimensional model, embeds common calculations and drill paths • Subject-area and row-level security • Three-layer design to provide abstraction from underlying complicated source systems Simplification of the Data Model Integration of Disparate DataSources Addition of Business Logic and Calculations
  • 7. OBIEE Benefits for Oracle Fusion Middleware Developers • A richer, more user-customizable set of graphs, tables and other data visualizations than provided by stock ADF DVT • Create formatted reports and distribute them to users • Metadata catalogs and repositories to provide business context, control access and organize reporting • Access to a wide range of data sources, including relational, OLAP, unstructured, file and application sources (and the ability to combine them together) • Ability to create alerts that test for business events • Embed BI insights into applications and business
  • 8. Technical Integration Points Between FMW11g and OBIEE11g • OBIEE Analyses, dashboards and scorecards can be embedded in ADF pages and WebCenter • OBIEE Semantic layer can be a data source for ADF business components • OBIEE Repositories can use ADF View Objects as data sources • OBIEE Analyses and ADF regions can exchange parameters and events • OBIEE, through the Action Framework, can leverage ADF web services • FMW Data Integration routines (ODI) can be called from OBIEE • Both OBIEE and ADF can share common security, and hosting in WebLogic Server
  • 9. Accessing OBIEE Metadata and Data from ADF Applications • Metrics, Dimensions and Attributes from the BI Repository can be exposed through ADF view objects • Uses JDBC connection to the BI Server, and a logical SQL query to retrieve data • Requires the Business Intelligence Logical SQL View Objects JDeveloper extension 2 1 3
  • 10. Enables use of BI Server Calculation and Data Federation • SQL issued by View Object is “logical SQL”, special dialect used by BI Server ‣ Identical syntax across all data sources (even OLAP and file) • BI Server can combine data from multiple sources, present as a single combined data model ADF View • Combine actuals and forecast, Object OLAP and relational, SELECT amount_sold, product_category, data sourced from multiple JDBC customer_city FROM sales, products, customer databases and applications Oracle BI Server Oracle SQL CUSTOMER table MDX SALES cube File access over ODBC PRODUCTS file
  • 11. ADF Business Components as an OBIEE Repository Data Source • The BI Repository is a metadata layer that provides a logical dimensional model • Maps to one or more physical data sources, whose data can be combined together • Presented as one or more subject areas • ADF View Objects can be accessed via HTTP to provide access to transactional data ‣ Recommended JDev version is 11.1.1.6+ ‣ Method used by Fusion Apps Oracle Transactional BI (OTBI)
  • 12. Configuring an ADF Application to Access ADF BI View Objects • OBIEE BI Repository access to ADF view objects is enabled through two libraries that need to be added to the ADF WebLogic Server ‣ OBIEEBroker (servlet) - Available as part of OBIEE install ‣ Oracle Application Core • Additional webapp needs to be added to the ADF application for OBIEEBroker • JDBC Datasource configured for the AppModule, and the hosting WLS servers • ADF VOs then accessed through this new servlet, via HTTP connection from OBIEE’s BI Server
  • 13. Typical ADF Fusion Web Application Enabled for OBIEE VO Access • Based on JDeveloper 11.1.1.6+ • ADF BC View Objects provide the base data object, exposed then through data controls • App Module updated to add additional configuration that uses JDBC data source, also present on host WebLogic server • OBIEEBroker webapp provides access to required servlet Additional application module configuration that uses JDBC Data Source ADF view objects that will be exposed as a data source for OBIEE Servlet configuration entries for webapp, referencing OBIEEBroker and Oracle Application Core shared libraries Additional webapp Project that uses OBIEEBroker servlet to interface with OBIEE BI Server
  • 14. Create Additional “Backwards” Joins to Enable BI Server Joining • Ensure joins that go from fact source to dimension sources are created within JDev ‣ View links, equivalent to table joins; default ones go from dimension to fact • Ensures that there is a suitable set of VOs within the application module data model that supports the correct joining in OBIEE
  • 15. Importing ADF View Object Metadata into the BI Repository • OBIEE’s BI Administration Tool connects to the webapp and imports ADF VO metadata • ADF Business Components from the Application Module are presented for import ‣ ViewObject instances become physical tables ‣ ViewLink instances become complex joins between ViewObjects Connection details to the obieebroker servlet AppModule definition (FQ Java package name) AppModule config (that uses JDBC datasource) URL (appname/obieebroker) Username/password
  • 16. Enabling SQL Bypass Database for ADF View Object Datasources • HTTP access to ADF VOs works well, but you may hit performance issues ‣ BI Server cannot “push-down” functions, has to functionally compensate after dataset is returned from servlet ‣ All rows in the resultset are returned to BI Server, which then has to aggregate results, apply functions etc • To address this, an SQL Bypass database can be configured within the connection pool ‣ BI Server extracts SQL from VO ‣ Adds aggregation clauses, functions etc ‣ Sends SQL directly to VO source DB • Defined in the Connection Pool, needs to point to the same database that sources the ADF VO data
  • 17. Embedding OBIEE Graphs and Other Visuals in ADF Applications • OBIEE’s graphs, tables and other visualizations are built using ADF DVT • Approach taken by Oracle for the Fusion Applications • Can be embedded in ADF applications, with parameter passing, shared security etc • Ability for end-users to customize views, persisted using MDS
  • 18. Access to Maps, KPIs, Scorecards, Mobile BI and the Catalog • OBIEE analyses, dashboards and other objects are held in a catalog • Granular access rights, mapped to application roles and LDAP users • Rich visualizations including maps, scorecards, KPIs and published reports • Report distribution through the Oracle BI Scheduler • More complete reporting solution compared to ADF DVT objects
  • 19. Using the BI Action Framework to Invoke SOA Processes • OBIEE’s Action Framework can also be used to call Web Services, SOA processes etc ‣ Run some BPEL workflow process ‣ Trigger an ETL process in ODI to reload a dataset ‣ Call secured web services asynchronously • OBIEE Action Framework agents can also be called via BI Web Services for SOA ‣ Distribute a set of reports to users ‣ Detect and then act on changes in business data, KPIs etc • Enables a closed-feedback loop where BI detects and responds to changes, and can respond to and trigger business processes and
  • 20. Options for Embedding BI Content in ADF Applications • Add BI Presentation Catalog content directly into ASF JSF/JSP pages ‣ Direct control over what goes where ‣ Create connection to the BI Presentation Server to browse catalog content ‣ Pass parameters, respond to and raise events ‣ Programmatically control and embed the BI content • Add BI Content via the WebCenter Portal : Framework component set ‣ Users have ability to add their own BI content via portlet framework ‣ Options for end-user customization, also include other collaboration features ‣ Additional license cost for WebCenter Portal ‣ Alternative is to deploy WebCenter Portal : Spaces and use prebuilt approach www.rittmanmead.com
  • 21. Configuring ADF Applications to Access OBIEE BI Content • JDeveloper 11.1.1.6+ is recommended for BI integration • Requires a number of JDeveloper extensions: ‣ Business Intelligence ADF Task Flow ‣ Business Intelligence ADF View Regions ‣ Business Intelligence Composer ‣ Business Intelligence Logical SQL View Objects ‣ Business Intelligence Soap Connection • Create an additional connection in the Application Resources folder to connect to BI Presentation Services (using SOAP) • Uses OBIEE Impersonator user to connect ‣ Uses credentials of logged in ADF user to browse the BI Catalog
  • 22. Embedding BI Objects in an ADF Application • BI content can be dragged and dropped from the Presentation Catalog browser • Content using filters prompts you to enter parameter values, or map to ADF objects • Content renders alongside other ADF content, using same UI, visual styles etc • Customization of BI content persisted in MDS metadata store www.rittmanmead.com
  • 23. Passing Parameters and Invoking Events • BI Objects automatically prompt you to map values or attributes into report filters ‣ Can be linked to controls such as drop-down menus, radio buttons etc • BI Objects can also raise contextual events that can be consumed by other ADF regions • Uses OBIEE11g’s Action Framework, and the ADF Contextual Event action link type ‣ Enabled through the instanceconfig.xml BI Presentation Server configuration file <ActionLinks> <EnableADFContextualEvent>true</EnableContextualEvent> </ActionLinks>
  • 24. Lifecycle of an OBIEE ADF Contextual Event • Clicking on ADFContextualEvent action link triggers the ADF contextual event, and QDR (qualified data reference) then sent in payload for listener to detect and handler to process <eventMap xmlns=" 2 1 http://xmlns.oracle.com/adfm/contextualEvent"> <event name="handleBIContextualEvent"> <producer region="*"> <consumer handler="receiveBiQDREvent"> <parameters> <parameter name="qdr" value="${payLoad}"/> </parameters> </consumer> </producer> </event> </eventMap> {"_m":[{"_g":{"%22Warehouses%20Dim%22.%22Warehouse%20Name %22":["Mexico%20City"]}},{"_g":{"%22Products%20Dim %22.%22Product%20ID%22":[3167]}},{"_g":{"%22Products%20Dim %22.%22Product%20Name%22":["Manual%20-%20Vision %20OS/2.x"]}},{"_g":{"%22Orders%20Fact%22.%22Quantity %20Ordered%22":[216]} ... }} User clicks on the ADFContextualEvent action link, triggering the event and enclosing the QDR payload 3 ADF eventMap registers a listener for the event, and a handler to process the QDR public void receiveBiQDREvent(String incomingPayload) { int index0 = incomingPayload.indexOf("%22Warehouses%20Dim %22.%22Warehouse%20Name%22"); int index1 = incomingPayload.indexOf("]}", index0); ... index0 = incomingPayload.indexOf("%22Products%20Dim %22.%22Product%20ID%22"); index1 = incomingPayload.indexOf("]}", index0); Handler reads the payload, parses the QDR and sets required object attribute values
  • 25. Adding BI Content to Oracle WebCenter Portal • WebCenter Portal is a part of WebCenter Suite for creating portals and “spaces” • Leverages rest of WebCenter suite for content management, web 2.0-style collaboration • Comes in three versions: ‣ WebCenter Portal : Spaces ‣ WebCenter Portal : Framework ‣ WebCenter Portal : Services WebCenter Portal : Spaces Oracle WebCenter WebCenter Sites WebCenter Portal Web Experience Management Composite Applications Ready-built Collaboration Portal WebCenter Portal : Framework ADF Portal Components (ex-Fatwire) WebCenter Portal : Services WebCenter Social WebCenter Content Social Networking and Collaboration Enterprise Content Management (ex-Stellent) Web 2.0 Services for Portals
  • 26. Presentation Catalog Content and WebCenter Portal : Spaces • WebCenter Portal : Spaces is pre-built, but requires admin configuration to access BI Presentation Server catalog ‣ Create ImpersonateUser in OBIEE WLS LDAP server, grant A ‣ Create BISOAPConnection ADF datasource using wlst or EM ‣ Add BI Presentation Services Catalog as a folder with the Spaces resource catalog • BI Content can then be added by users to their portal page 2 1 Select BI Presentation Catalog Content folder, then drill into catalog folder hierarchy to select required BI object 3 Add catalog content to page, map parameters and perform customization www.rittmanmead.com View content in Space
  • 27. Presentation Server Content and WebCenter Portal : Framework • JDeveloper provides two more extensions, for WebCenter Portal components ‣ WebCenter Customization Framework Design Time ‣ WebCenter Framework and Services Design Time • Provides ability to create custom ADF applications using portal and web 2.0 services • BI content can also be included in these applications ‣ Programatically create connection to BI Catalog ‣ Automatically add in certain BI views, and allow users to add to or customize their pages with additional content ‣ Make use of collaboration features such as - Polls - Wikis - Forums - Messaging
  • 28. Enabling ADF Applications for Portal : Framework and OBIEE • OBIEE connection needs to be set up as per regular ADF / OBIEE integration • Install all required extensions for OBIEE, and for Portal : Framework • Add entry in the default-catalog.xml file to register Presentation Services catalog • Ensure pages containing OBIEE content are secured, so credentials passed to Presentation Server for browsing the catalog • Create JSP page using Portal : Framework template to include log in and security, page framework, ability to add content and customize etc
  • 29. Monitoring and Management through OEM 12cR2 Cloud Control • OBIEE comes with its own EM version, focused on BI management tasks • EM 12cR2 Cloud Control also now available, with BI Management Pack ‣ Monitor OBIEE hosts ‣ OBIA DAC ETL jobs ‣ Essbase Databases • Standard maintenance tasks plus persistent metrics, quality of service alerts, usage tracking, • Automated patching and configuration • Cloning of installations, other enterprise management tasks
  • 30. Summary • Being built on the same Fusion Middleware JEE platform, BI and Oracle’s Java development tools are closely integrated and share common underpinnings • BI content can interoperate with ADF applications, and WebCenter portals • Primary driver was the Fusion Applications, but features are open to all to use • OBIEE repositories can consume ADF VO data sources, and ADF Business Components can source data from the BI Repository • BI can invoke BPEL processes, web services etc, and raise ADF contextual events • Common personalization framework (MDS), security (OPSS) and visuals (ADF DVT) w.rittmanmead.com
  • 31. Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us •http://www.oraclecourseonline.com •-oracle fusion adf online training contact us: •info@magnifictraining.com or +919052666559 •By Real Time Experts from Hyderabad, •Bangalore •,India,USA,Canada,UK, Australia,South •Africa.