Oracle SOA Suite 11g: Human Task Component Overview (Self-Study Course)

Overview

This course introduces the concepts, features, and architecture of Oracle SOA Suite 11g human workflow. It provides an insight on how to create a Human Task (workflow) service component in a composite application in the context of a BPEL Process. In addition, the course also discusses the notification services in BPEL in the form of Email activities.

 

Zielgruppe

  • Application Developers
  • Business Analysts
  • Developer
  • Functional Implementer
  • SOA Architect

Voraussetzungen

Suggested Prerequisites:
  • Knowledge of XML,XML Schema, XSLT, XPath
  • Knowledge of Web Service and Web Service Standards
  • Equivalent knowledge from http://www.w3schools.com
  • Knowledge of Oracle SOA Suite 11g

Kursziele

  • Describe Human Workflow Concepts
  • Implement Human Task in a Composite Application
  • Configure the Human Task and Workflow Notification Channels
  • Generate Task Display Forms

Produktbeschreibung

Introduction to Human Workflow Concepts
  • Introducing Human Workflow Concepts and Services
  • Describing Common Workflow Exchange Patterns
  • Implementing Human Tasks in a SOA Composite Application
Configuring the Human Task and Workflow Notification Channels
  • Configuring the Human Task Component
  • Configuring Workflow Notification Channels
Interaction with Worklist Application
  • Accessing the Worklist Application
  • Viewing and Acting on Task Information
  • Generating Task Display Form
  • Deploying Task Display Form
Working with Notification Services
  • Working with Notification Services
  • Describing Oracle User Messaging Services (UMS)
  • Configuring Workflow Notification Properties
  • Configuring User Messaging Email Driver
  • Sending Email notification from BPEL
  • Sending notification to Users Preferred Channel
Preis (exkl. MwSt.)

320,- €

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