About this course

Course code TPD83489GC20
Duration 3 Days

This Oracle B2B 11g: Concepts and Implementation course teaches you about the features of Oracle B2B that support document and trading partner management. Get introduced to the Oracle B2B Document Editor and learn how it can be used to enhance your B2B interactions. Also learn the basic administration tasks on Oracle B2BOracle B2B 11g 11.1.1.7This course deals with Oracle B2B 11g (11.1.1.7), an eCommerce gateway that enables secure and reliable exchange of business documents between trading partners. Oracle B2B supports business-to-business document standards, security, transports, messaging services and trading partner management. Within an Oracle SOA Suite Composite Application, Oracle B2B is used as a binding component to implement end-to-end business processes.A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of XMLBasic knowledge of B2B business protocolsBasic knowledge of MessagingBasic understanding of WebServicesBasic understanding of Distributed computingBasic knowledge of SOA concepts and Adapter conceptsBasic understanding of BPEL and Mediators

Delegates will learn how to

  • Describe B2B concepts and standards
  • Describe the features of Oracle B2B
  • Create and configure trading partners by using different business protocolsDefine and manage documents in Oracle B2B for Oracle B2B transactions
  • Create and manage trading partner agreements utilizing multiple B2B business protocolsCreate and configure trading partners by using different business protocols
  • Identify and use reports and metrics in Oracle B2BCreate and manage trading partner agreements utilizing multiple B2B business protocols
  • Describe the features of Oracle B2BIdentify and use reports and metrics in Oracle B2B
  • Describe B2B concepts and standardsAdminister Oracle B2B platform
  • Configure Java Callouts
  • Run B2B command line utilities

Outline

B2B Overview

  • Describing and addressing the requirements of E-Commerce
  • Explaining how Oracle B2B fits into a SOA implementation
  • Describing the Oracle B2B building blocks
  • Identifying typical Oracle B2B deployment topologies

Oracle B2B Standards and Concepts

  • Describing what B2B standards address
  • Identify the basic components of B2B transactions
  • Identifying trading partners and documents by using the different B2B protocols
  • Describing Oracle B2B capabilities

Document Management: Creating Guidelines

  • Describing the main steps in the Oracle B2B process flow
  • Identifying the different document protocols supported in Oracle B2B
  • Listing the Oracle B2B Document Editor components
  • Creating guidelines by using Oracle B2B Document Editor

Document Management: Creating Document Definition

  • Describing document hierarchy
  • Creating document definitions by using the Oracle B2B interface
  • Describing the protocol parameters for different document protocols

Partner Management: Creating Profiles

  • Creating trading partner profiles
  • Creating trading partner users
  • Adding document definitions
  • Configuring delivery channels

Creating and Deploying Agreements

  • Describing trading partner agreements
  • Listing the main steps for creating agreements
  • Managing agreements

Channels and SOA Applications

  • Describing and Using B2B Channels
  • Describing how Channels are used with Agreements
  • Distinguishing between internal channels and external channels
  • Distinguishing between listening channels and trading partner delivery channels
  • Describing the main components of a SOA application that can be used with B2B

Web Services Support in B2B

  • Describing the Web Services features available in B2B
  • Setting up B2B to receive and respond to a message sent using Web Services
  • Setting up B2B to send an outgoing message using Web Services protocol

Reporting: Oracle B2B

  • Describing reporting functionality in Oracle B2B
  • Creating different types of reports

Diagnostics

  • Describing the usage of Oracle B2B metrics
  • Diagnosing different types of errors
  • Describing B2B system and partner metrics
  • Listing the steps to integrate with BAM for real-time reports
  • Outlining use cases for the Instance Message Java API

Security

  • Describing users and roles in Oracle B2B
  • Describing document obfuscation and document provisioning
  • Explaining the functionality of the secure sockets layer

System Management

  • Deploying and managing agreements
  • Creating identifier types
  • Importing and exporting B2B design-time data
  • Batching EDI messages
  • Scheduling partner down time
  • Configuring listening channels
  • Purging data
  • Configuring B2B parameters

B2B Java API

  • Listing the available B2B Java APIs
  • Describing the functionalities of Java Callouts
  • Describing the use cases of transport level callout and agreement level callout
  • Configuring Java callouts in Oracle B2B Console
  • Writing basic Java callouts
  • Using Instance Message APIs to access runtime data

B2B Tools and Utilities

  • Using web service-based tools
  • Using command-line tools
  • Creating bulk B2B metadata with SelfService utility

3 Days

Duration

This is a QA approved partner course

Delivery Method

Delivery method

Virtual learning

Recreates a classroom experience online, enabling full interactions with the learning professional leading the course.

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