Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical Essentials

Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical Essentials

The Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical Specialist (1Z1-410) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise in implementing the Oracle Retail Integration Bus. This certification covers topics such as: architecture, core concepts, Retail Integration Bus hospital and errors, application types, configuration and deployment, implementation tools, operations and support, performance tuning and integration with external systems. This certification differentiates candidates in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

The Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical certification is available to all candidates but is geared toward members of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. OPN members earning this certification will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification qualifies as competency criteria for the Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management 13.2 Specialization.

Exam Number:
1Z1-410
Duration:
2.5 hours
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Beta Exam available as of Nov 23, 2013. Beta end dates are subject to change without notice. Please check our Beta Exam Information page for tentative beta end dates.
Number of
Questions
124
Exam Price:
US$ 50

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Score:


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Certifications
Earned:

 Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Technical Implementer Specialist

  OPN Certified Specialist

 

Recommended Training and Preparation Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical Essentials Exam Study Guide (PDF)
OPN Guided Learning Path
Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management 13.2 Implementation Technical Specialist
Oracle Retail Integration Bus 13.2 Implementation Technical Consultant
OPN Boot Camp
Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) Technical 13.2.x Enhancements Boot Camp
Oracle University Training
13.2 TOI: Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) - RIB Hospital Administration (RIHA) Technical Overview
13.2 TOI: Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) Functional Overview
13.2 TOI: Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) Technical Overview
Oracle Retail Integration Bus (RIB) Product Overview Ed 1 OLC

This exam has been validated against release version 13.2

 

Additional Information & Resources
Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Guide (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)

 

Exam Topics

Architecture and Standards

  • Explain the Retail Integration Bus (RIB) architecture
  • Explain the underlying standards applicable to the RIB architecture

Core Concepts

  • Explain the concepts of Message Families and Event Types
  • Describe the purpose and benefits of Business Objects IDs
  • Describe Message Envelope/Payloads
  • Illustrate a typical Message Lifecyle
  • Describe Guaranteed message delivery / Sequencing
  • Describe the different Adapter types
  • Describe the purpose and utilization of Routing information
  • Describe Message Components (eg Java Message Service (JMS) message selectors)

RIB Hospital / Errors

  • Describe RIB Hospital dependency check
  • Explain the core hospital components
  • Modify data in hospital tables to resolve hospitalised messages
  • Resolve and retry hospitalized messages using RIHA  (RIB Hospital Administration)
  • Explain the JMS delivery count
  • Modify hospital configuration parameters
  • Describe the Hospital Database tables/Schema's

Oracle Retail RIB Application Types

  • Explain the database components of PLSQL RIB applications
  • Describe the PLSQL RIB API's
  • Describe the key components of the J2EE application implementation

Configuration and Deployment

  • Explain the purpose and content of Func Artifact Property files
  • Use the RIB Application Build and Deploy toolset 
  • Explain the structure and content of RIB Home 
  • Use the RIB Installer
  • Configure RIB Security
  • View Log files and Editing Logging levels
  • Deploy the RIB to a WebLogic Server (WLS) instance
  • Deploy the RIB in a Clustered environment
  • Locate and Identify Application Properties/files
  • Identify the RIB database configuration tables and their purpose (RIB_settings, RIB_type_settings, L10N)
  • Configure the RIB for multiple RWMS instances
  • Edit property file to filter messages
  • Utilize JMS(AQ)

Implementation Tools

  • Explain the purpose and content of Func Artifact Property files
  • Use the RIB Application Build and Deploy toolset
  • Explain the structure and content of RIB Home

Operations and Support

  • Start/Stop and monitor Adapters using the RIB Admin GUI
  • Manage the RIB applications with the WLS Admin Console
  • Describe the JMS provider
  • Optimize the JMS provider

Performance Tuning

  • Apply Multi-channeling to a message family
  • Modify message aggregation levels for message families
  • Describe the performance tuning capabilities
  • Set Logging levels for Development and Production environments
  • Use Timing logs to identify performance bottlenecks
  • Add Family-specific hospital retry adapters

Integration with External

  • Connect the RIB to File-based systems
  • Describe Integration Gateway Services (IGS) purpose and capabilities
  • Connect the RIB to Fusion Middleware
  • Use Retail Service-Oriented Architecture Enabler (RSE) to create custom web services
  • Utilize PIP's

Customization and Extensibility

  • Add custom RIB payload content using ExtOf nodes
  • Use the Artifact Generator (AG) to customize payloads
  • Add new custom message families
  • Explain the use of and purpose of the Test Harness 
  • Utilize LocOf message extensions
  • Utilize  Localization Flexible Attribution Solution (LFAS) for country-specific functional changes
  • Identify support for Custom Flex Attributes (CFA)/Flex Fields within message families
  • Use and deploy the Payload Mapper

Application Specific Topics

  • Apply changes for RIBRMS (RIB to Retail Merchandising System Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBTAFR (RIB to TAFR Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBSIM (RIB to Store Inventory Management Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBWMS (RIB to Warehouse Management System Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBRPM (RIB to Retail Price Management Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBRFM (RIB to Retail Fiscal Management System Integration)
  • Apply changes for RIBAIP (RIB to Advanced Inventory Planning Integration)

Documentation

  • Use the Message Interface Catalog
  • Use Mapping reports to identify sources/targets
  • Find message family details
  • Use the Detailed Wiring Guide

 

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