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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Web Services

Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Web Services

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These set teach you everything you need to know to become an Oracle 11g Certified Professional.

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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: Build Web Services

The course covers core Web services standards and technologies, as well as the Java APIs for Web services.

Topics include:

•Core Web Service concepts
•Web Services Description Language
•Contract based and Annotation based development
•Message handlers
•Fault handling
•Custom type mapping, and

Course contents:

1. Introducing Web Services:

•Distributed Computing Challenges
•What are Web Services and its Architecture
•Identify Web Services Building Blocks
•Describe Web Services Standards
•Describe Web Services and SOA

2. Java Web Services Technologies:

•Java for Web Services
•Describe development approaches available
•Java API's for WS
•WLS and Web Services
•Introduce development tools

3. Exploring SOAP and WSDL:

•Introduction to WSDL and SOAP
•SOAP Basics
•SOAP Attachments
•SOAP Faults
•WSDL and Web Services
•WSDL Structure

4. Implementing JAX-WS Web Services:

•Features of JAX-WS
•JAX-WS runtime
•Creating POJO based web services
•Creating WS from EJBs
•Working with XML directly
•Creating WS from WSDL

5. Implementing JAX-WS Clients:

•Describe Client side programming model
•Identify Web Service client types
•Invoking Web Services from Java
•Describe Asynchronous web services

6. Packaging, Deploying and Managing Web Services:

•Deployment concepts
•Packing, deploying and managing Web Services

7. Fault and Exception handing in JAX-WS:

•Fault concepts
•Modeling Faults in Java
•Unmodelled faults
•Working with faults in Java

8. Web Services Security:

•Web Service Security Overview
•WS-Policy concepts
•Web Services security stack
•WebLogic Server security features
•Using annotations to create security
9. Using Handlers in JAX-WS:

•Handler concepts and uses
•Understand the handler framework
•Writing and deploying handlers
•Implementing client side handlers

10. Enabling MTOM (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism) on JAX-WS:

•SOAP attachments and MTOM
•MTOM Challenges
•Enabling MTOM on services
•MTOM and clients

11. JAX_WS Custom Bindings:

•Understand Custom binding concepts
•When to use custom bindings
•Overview of JAXB
•Schema to Java mapping customization
•Java to Schema mapping customization

12. Implementing JAX-RPC web services:

•Describe the differences of JAX-WS and JAX-RPC
•Describe data binding in JAX-RPC
•Implementing, packaging and deploying JAX-RPC services
•Implement JAX-RPC clients
13. Web Service Reliable Messaging:

•Describe Reliable messaging and Quality of Service concepts
•Describe Reliable messaging model
•Understand WLS support for reliable messaging
•Creating reliable messaging policy
•Invoking web services reliably

14. Conversational Web Services:

•Understanding Conversational Web Service Concepts
•Developing Conversational Web Services
•Invoking conversational web services

15. Developing Database Web Services:

•Understanding Database Web Service Concepts
•Type mapping in Database Web Services
•Creating, and deploying database web services

16. Web Services best practices:

•Designing Web Services for interoperability
•Designing Reusable Web Services
•Defining fault/exceptions
•Develop Web Services for scalability
17. Web Services and SOA:

•Introducing SOA Stack
•The position of WS in the SOA stack
•Introducing Oracle SOA Suite
•Introducing ADF Web Services

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