Oracle BPEL(Business Processing Enterprise Language) Course Content

Overview :

Oracle BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) Process Manager is a BPEL engine that is a member of the Oracle Fusion Middleware family of products. It enables the enterprises to orchestrate disparate applications and Web services into business processes. The ability to quickly deploy and build these processes in a standards based manner delivers critical functionality for developing a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). It is very Important Resource for managers, developers and DBAs.

Training Objectives of BPEL :

Oracle BPEL Process Manager is the core component of Oracle Fusion Middleware that enables organizations to design and deploy business processes based on the Business Process Execution Language for Web Services (BPEL) standards. It is an XML-based language for creating business process workflows and orchestrating XML based web services. The resulting BPEL application supports a service oriented architecture (SOA) paradigm by leveraging web computing standards to deliver an application that is the business process.

Target Students / Prerequisites :

Student must be aware of the Concepts in Oracle 10g and XML Fundamentals. Knowledge Required on Web service technologies (WSDL, SOAP and UDDI).

Introducing Service-Oriented Architecture Concepts and Oracle SOA Suite 10g :

  • Describing Service-Oriented Architecture and Standards Enabling SOA
  • Describing Oracle ESB Architecture
  • Orchestrating Services with BPEL
  • Adding Business Rules and Decision Services
  • Oracle BPEL Process Designer and Oracle ESB Designer
  • Creating Connections in Oracle JDeveloper
  • Creating an Application Server and Integration Server Connection

Providing Services for SOA :

  • Defining an XML Schema and Creating the WSDL Document
  • Creating the Web Service by Using Oracle JDeveloper 10g
  • Deploying and Testing a Java Web Service
  • Oracle Service Registry Consoles
  • Publishing a Service Provider and WSDL Service
  • Testing a Web Service in the Service Registry

Configuring Oracle Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) :

  • Enterprise Service Bus Architecture: Single Instance
  • Creating an ESB Project in JDeveloper and Creating a ESB System
  • Creating an ESB Service and 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 Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)
  • Describing Oracle BPEL Process Designer
  • Creating a BPEL Process Project
  • Designing the BPEL Process and Orchestrating with BPEL Activities
  • Describing the Assign Activity
  • Using the XPath Expression Builder
  • Examining the BPEL Process XML Source Structure
  • Deploying the BPEL Process and Executing a BPEL Process

Orchestrating Services with BPEL :

  • Developing a BPEL Process
  • Importing a User-Defined XML Schema
  • Creating and Configuring a Partner Link
  • Exchanging Message Data with a Service
  • Grouping Activities by Using a BPEL Scope
  • Adding Activities to a Scope and Configuring a Scope

Processing BPEL Activities in Parallel :

  • Processing 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 Adapters :

  • Describing the Adapter Framework
  • Identifying OracleAS Adapter Types
  • Technology, Application, Legacy, and Custom Adapters
  • File and FTP Adapter
  • Working with the File Adapter
  • Creating and Configuring a File Adapter in BPEL and ESB
  • Invoking a Database Adapter from BPEL
  • Configuring the Database Adapter

Transforming Data in ESB and BPEL :

  • Routing Rules in ESB
  • Adding a Filter Expression to a Routing Rule
  • Synchronous or Asynchronous Execution
  • Transformation Services in BPEL and ESB
  • Adding and Configuring Transformation Services in BPEL
  • Using the XSLT Mapper in BPEL
  • Adding Transformation to an ESB Service
  • Dictionary and Report Generation

Administration and Exception Handling in ESB :

  • Managing ESB Metadata Server and ESB Runtime Server
  • Testing an ESB Service
  • Error Handling in ESB
  • Errors Raised in Synchronously and Asynchronously Called Services
  • Changing Routing Rules
  • Viewing Application Logs in ESB
  • Configuring Logging Levels
  • Import and Export Utilities in ESB

Handling Exceptions and Monitoring in 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 Business Rules :

  • Introducing Business Rules Technology
  • Introducing Oracle Business Rules and Decision Service
  • Developing a Rule-Enabled Application and accessing Oracle Rule Author
  • Defining Oracle Business Rules Development Concepts
  • Creating a Rule Repository and Rule Definitions 1
  • Identifying the Structure of a Rule and creating a Rule
  • Integrating Rules with a BPEL Process
  • Creating a Decision Service PartnerLink

Implementing 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 and Configuring the E-Mail Client

Integrating Java Applications and BPEL :

  • Invoking a BPEL Process from Java
  • Invoking One-Way and Two-Way Operations from Java
  • Invoking a BPEL Process from JSP and 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 and Oracle WSM Server Components
  • Configuring a Gateway and 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 and ESB Services with Oracle WSM :

  • Securing the Endpoints of the SOA Order Booking Application
  • Invoking a Secured Service from BPEL
  • Using Oracle WSM Client and Server Agents to Enforce Security Policies
  • Installing and Configuring a Client Agent
  • Securing a BPEL Process in Oracle WSM
  • Invoking a Secured Web Service from BPEL
  • Deploying and Testing the BPEL Process
  • Invoking a Secured Web Service from ESB

BPEL Process Deployment Compiling and Deploying a BPEL Process :

  • Compiling and Deploying on JDeveloper BPEL Designer.
  • Compiling Without Deploying on JDeveloper BPEL Designer.
  • Compiling and Deploying on Eclipse BPEL Designer..
  • BPEL Suitcase JAR File.

Domain Management Creating and Managing a BPEL Domain :

  • Changing the Default Domain Password
  • Changing Oracle BPEL Admin Console Password…
  • Creating a BPEL Domain
  • Changing Oracle BPEL Server Mode.
  • Deploying a BPEL Suitcase to a Specific Domain…
  • Location of BPEL JAR Suitcase Files in a Specific Domain..
  • Underplaying a BPEL Process from a Specific Domain

Viewing BPEL Processes in Oracle BPEL Console :

  • Dashboard Tab: Viewing Processes..
  • BPEL Processes Tab: Managing the Process Life Cycle…
  • Process Life Cycle Recommendations for a Production Environment…
  • Example: Life Cycle of Processes..
  • Instances Tab: Viewing Process Instances
  • Activities Tab: Viewing Process Activities…

Build and Command Line Tools :

  • Apache Ant… Bpelc… Examples…Schemac Examples…

Courses Duration : 3-4 weeks