Oracle WebCenter 11g Certified Implementation Specialist OPN Certified Specialist

Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Essentials Exam

The Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Essentials Exam (1Z0-541) is primarily intended for implementation consultants who are using WebCenter related technology products in field, and/or have completed Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Implementation Boot Camp or equivalent knowledge acquired through alternate training or on-the-job experience.

Oracle Partners passing this exam will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification helps their companies qualify for the Oracle WebCenter Portal Specialization.

Exam Number:
1Z0-541
Duration:
120 Minutes
Associated Certifications:
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Certified Implementation Specialist

OPN Certified Specialist
Number
of Questions:
69
Exam Price:
US $245

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Passing
Score
65%

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Validated Against:
This exam has been validated against 11g.

 

Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle PartnerNetwork training
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Essentials - Exam Study Guide (PDF)
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g Certified Implementation Specialist
Oracle University Training
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g: Build Portals With Spaces
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g: Introduction for Portal Developers
Oracle WebCenter Portal 11g: Spaces Administration

 

Additional Information & Resources

Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)
More Training Opportunities for Oracle Partners


 

Exam Topics

Oracle E20 Concepts

  • Describe Portal Concepts
  • Describe Portlet Interoperability
  • Describe Content Management and Team Collaboration
  • Differentiate Internet and Enterprise Portals
  • Describe Composite Applications
  • Describe Personalization and Customization

Oracle Jdeveloper and ADF

  • Explain JSF, ADF Faces Rich Client, ADF Business Components
  • Create a Page Template and Layout
  • Build a ADF Task Flow using Business Components
  • Configure Partial Page Refresh

Oracle WebCenter Framework

  • Identify WebCenter Suite Components
  • Describe Framework, Composer and Services
  • Explain WebCenter Architecture and role of MDS
  • Integrate a Portlet within WebCenter
  • Build and Deploy a Portlet
  • Implement Interporlter communication

Oracle Composer

  • Describe Composer, Resource Catalog and Catalog Filters
  • Set up Runtime Editing with Customization Components
  • Publish Multiple Resource Catalogs
  • Create the Catalog Resources using a Filter
  • Customize Metadata with MDS
  • Describe Page Service
  • Create Pages and Taskflows at Runtime
  • Render Pages with ADF Faces Components
  • Customize Look and Feel at Runtime
  • Customize at Design Time - Add Styles and Create new Skins

WebCenter Services

  • Configure Wiki, Blogs, Discussions, Tags
  • Configure and use Events, Links and List Service
  • Configure and use WorkList
  • Configure PeopleConnection Service 
  • Configure and Use Mail and Calendar
  • Configure and use Search

Integrating Content

  • Configure and Customize Document Library
  • Use Content Repository Based Data Controls (JCR)
  • Use CIS APIs 
  • Configure and use Content Presenter

WebCenter Spaces

  • Describe WebCenter Spaces
  • Explain difference between Framework and Spaces
  • Create a Group Space Template
  • Customize Space Chrome and Skins
  • Describe Group Space Security Model
  • Customize Taskflows in Spaces
  • Explain the different aspects of Group Space Administration

Installation and Configuration

  • Describe WebCenter Install Process
  • Use the Performance and Diagnostics tools
  • Configure a custom application with WebCenter Services
  • Export/Import WebCenter Applications

 

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