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BPEL Training

BPEL Training

BPEL Training course Introduction:

BPEL Training course is designed to provide the individual a deep knowledge of SOA along with advanced BPEL concepts. Business Process Execution Language also covered various concepts like human workflow, business rules, more adapters concepts, Monitoring and managing SOA 11g Deployment and many more. BPEL Training, You will also be benefited with hands-on exercises. The course is planned in such a way that after the course the aspirant can make Oracle SOA as their career. This course benefits the students by providing maximum exposure to the concept in a real-time industrial approach. 

BPEL Training is rendered by the best subject matter experts and the tutorials prepared by these expert industry allied tutors are made with latest industry updates. Classes are available for the individual as well as for corporate batches on demand. Call the help desk for more information for online BPEL Training and its details.


BPEL Training

Introducing the Service-Oriented Architecture Concepts & Oracle SOA Suite 10g
  • Describing Service-Oriented Architecture & Standards Enabling SOA
  • Describing the Oracle ESB Architecture
  • Orchestrating Services with the BPEL
  • Adding Business Rules & Decision Services
  • Oracle BPEL Process Designer & Oracle ESB Designer
  • Creating Connections in Oracle JDeveloper
  • Creating an Application Server & Integration Server Connection
Providing the Services for SOA
  • Defining an XML Schema & Creating the WSDL Document
  • Creating the Web Service by Using Oracle JDeveloper 10g
  • Deploying & Testing a Java Web Service
  • Oracle Service Registry Consoles
  • Publishing a Service Provider & WSDL Service
  • Testing a Web Service in the Service Registry
Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
  • Enterprise Service Bus Architecture: Single Instance
  • Creating an ESB Project in JDeveloper & Creating a ESB System
  • Creating an ESB Service & Routing Rules in ESB
  • Adding Target Service to Routing Rules
  • Adding a SOAP Service to an ESB Project
  • ESBBPEL Native Integration
  • Registering an ESB Project
  • Benefits of ESB
Developing a Simple BPEL Process
  • Introducing the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
  • Describing the Oracle BPEL Process Designer
  • Creating a BPEL Process Project
  • Designing the BPEL Process & Orchestrating with BPEL Activities
  • Describing the Assign Activity
  • Using the XPath Expression Builder
  • Examining the BPEL Process XML Source Structure
  • Deploying the BPEL Process & Executing a BPEL Process
Orchestrating Services with the BPEL
  • Developing a BPEL Process
  • Importing a User-Defined XML Schema
  • Creating & Configuring a Partner Link
  • Exchanging Message Data with a Service
  • Grouping Activities by Using a BPEL Scope
  • Adding Activities to a Scope & Configuring a Scope
Processing the BPEL Activities in the Parallel
  • Processing the Activities in Parallel
  • Processing in Parallel with a FlowN Activity
  • Working with a FlowN Activity
  • Adding a While Activity for Execution Loops
  • Implementing a Pick Activity
  • BPEL Deployment Descriptor Properties
  • Defining Preference Properties
  • Defining Deployment Descriptor Properties in JDeveloper
Integrating Services with the Adapters
  • Describing the Adapter Framework
  • Identifying OracleAS Adapter Types
  • Technology, Application, Legacy, & Custom Adapters
  • File & FTP Adapter
  • Working with the File Adapter
  • Creating & Configuring a File Adapter in BPEL & ESB
  • Invoking a Database Adapter from BPEL
  • Configuring the Database Adapter
Transforming the Data in ESB & BPEL
  • Routing Rules in ESB
  • Adding a Filter Expression to a Routing Rule
  • Synchronous or Asynchronous Execution
  • Transformation Services in BPEL & ESB
  • Adding & Configuring Transformation Services in BPEL
  • Using the XSLT Mapper in BPEL
  • Adding Transformation to an ESB Service
  • Dictionary & Report Generation
Administration & Exception Handling in the ESB
  • Managing ESB Metadata Server & ESB Runtime Server
  • Testing an ESB Service
  • Error Handling in ESB
  • Errors Raised in Synchronously & Asynchronously Called Services
  • Changing Routing Rules
  • Viewing Application Logs in ESB
  • Configuring Logging Levels
  • Import & Export Utilities in ESB
Handling Exceptions & Monitoring in the BPEL
  • Reviewing the Scope Activity
  • Managing Faults
  • Throwing Exceptions in BPEL
  • Compensation in Transactions
  • BPEL compensation Handler
  • Monitoring BPEL Processes with Sensors
  • Introduction to Monitoring with Oracle BAM
  • Interfacing with Oracle BAM
Developing the Business Rules
  • Introducing Business Rules Technology
  • Introducing Oracle Business Rules & Decision Service
  • Developing a Rule-Enabled Application & accessing Oracle Rule Author
  • Defining Oracle Business Rules Development Concepts
  • Creating a Rule Repository & Rule Definitions 1
  • Identifying the Structure of a Rule & creating a Rule
  • Integrating Rules with a BPEL Process
  • Creating a Decision Service Partner Link
Implementing the Human Workflow in BPEL
  • Workflow Services in Oracle BPEL Process Manager
  • Implementing Human Workflow Services
  • Workflow Exchange Patterns
  • Describing Workflow As a Service
  • Creating a Human Task in BPEL
  • Working with Notification Services
  • Configuring E-Mail Notification for a BPEL Process
  • Understanding XMail E-Mail Server & Configuring the E-Mail Client
Integrating the Java Applications & BPEL
  • Invoking a BPEL Process from Java
  • Invoking One-Way & Two-Way Operations from Java
  • Invoking a BPEL Process from JSP & with the JSP Tag Library
  • Executing Java Code in a BPEL Process
  • Web Services Invocation Framework
  • Java Code with WSIF Bindings
  • WSIF Java Calls
  • Embedding Java Code in BPEL
Configuring the Oracle WSM Component Archit
  • Oracle WSM Component Architecture & Oracle WSM Server Components
  • Configuring a Gateway & a Server Agent
  • Registering a Web Service with the Gateway
  • Policy Management in Oracle WSM
  • Understanding Oracle WSM Policy Steps
  • Pipeline Templates
  • Creating a Policy Pipeline Template
  • Using the Pipeline Template in the Server Agents Policy
Securing BPEL & ESB Services with Oracle WSM
  • Securing the Endpoints of the SOA Order Booking Application
  • Invoking a Secured Service from BPEL
  • Using Oracle WSM Client & Server Agents to Enforce Security Policies
  • Installing & Configuring a Client Agent
  • Securing a BPEL Process in Oracle WSM
  • Invoking a Secured Web Service from BPEL
  • Deploying & Testing the BPEL Process
  • Invoking a Secured Web Service from ESB
BPEL Process Deployment Compiling & Deploying a BPEL Process.
  • Compiling & Deploying on JDeveloper BPEL Designer.
  • Compiling Without Deploying on JDeveloper BPEL Designer.
  • Compiling & Deploying on Eclipse BPEL Designer..
  • BPEL Suitcase JAR File.

BPEL Training outline:

  • Program Name: BPEL Training course
  • Course Duration:  35 Hours
  • Mode: Online virtual classes and corporate
  • Timings: According to one’s feasibility
  • System Access : will be provided
  • Batch Type: Regular , weekends and fast track
  • Trainees will get the soft copy material.
  • Sessions will be conduct through WEBEX, GOTOMEETING OR SKYPE.
  • Basic Requirements: Good Internet Speed, Headset