Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Implementation Essentials

Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Implementation Essentials

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The Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Essentials (1Z0-458) exam is designed for individuals who possess a strong foundation and expertise implementing and/or developing Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 solutions.

This certification covers topics such as Mobile Resources, Activities, Bound Work, POUs, Scheduler, Dispatchers, Alerts, Mail and Transfer of Goods. Please refer to the Guided Learning Path for exam training and preparation materials. Up-to-date training and field experience are recommended.

The Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Implementation Specialist certification recognizes OPN members as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification differentiates OPN members in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise. This certification qualifies as competency criteria for Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Specialization.

Exam Number:
1Z0-458
Duration:
120 mins
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OPN Exam Study Guide
Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Exam Study Guide (PDF)
OPN Guided Learning Path
Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management 2 Implementation Specialist

 

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

 

Exam Topics

Mobile Resources

  • Describe the concepts of mobile resources and the structures used to represent them (mobile workers, vehicles, crews, skills)
  • Describe service areas
  • Configure a new mobile worker type
  • Configure a new vehicle type
  • Configure a new crew type
  • Create a crew's shift
  • Create a mobile worker
  • Create a vehicle
  • Create a crew
  • Configure a Shift Weekly Template for multiple crew types, device types, and measuring component types
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom resource

Activities

  • Describe a task, activity, and assignment
  • Describe the types of available time windows
  • Describe priority profiles and how they are used
  • Describe how activities, Periods of Unavailability) POUs, and Breaks are scheduled
  • Configure a new task type
  • Configure a priority profile for an activity
  • Configure new completion details for an assignment
  • Describe a collision of activities
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom task/activity

Bound Work

  • Describe the dependency options of bound work
  • Describe a job and its relation to a crew shift
  • Configure a job within an XML document
  • Describe a chain
  • Configure chain activities in an XML document

POUs

  • Describe a POU, and distinctions between POUs for mobile workers and vehicles (including how POUs are considered by the scheduler)
  • Describe how POUs are generated by POU templates and batch processes
  • Configure a POU Task
  • Configure a POU Event
  • Configure a Break
  • Configure a Non-Productive Task
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom break or non-productive task

Scheduler

  • Describe the inputs and outputs of the scheduler, including parameter definitions
  • Describe the scheduler manager
  • Configure the scheduler horizon
  • Configure a scheduler area
  • Configure a scheduler
  • Describe the scheduler registry
  • Describe the appointment booking group/service
  • Describe the holding scheduler
  • Configure optimization areas
  • Configure Dispatch Modes for Breaks POU tasks, and Emergencies

Mobile Application

  • Describe the architecture of the mobile application
  • Configure a Mobile Data Terminal (MDT)
  • Describe how Remote Script Invocation (RSI) is used with the mobile application
  • Deploy a mobile application
  • Describe the functions of the mobile device and the Field Reference Activity
  • Configure mobile display settings on the device
  • Complete an assignment on the mobile device
  • Execute / Cancel an assignment on the mobile device
  • Manage a POU on the mobile device

Dispatchers

  • Describe common activity dispatcher functions and the key areas of the Common Dispatcher Interface (CDI)
  • Configure a dispatch area
  • Describe a dispatcher's data scope
  • Describe Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and the KPI specific CDI
  • Configure a KPI
  • Describe clustered tasks
  • Configure a dispatcher view
  • Manually dispatch an activity to a crew
  • Create multiple crew routes on a map

Alerts

  • Configure an alert
  • Describe the backup alert queue
  • Configure an alert based KPI
  • Complete an alert
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom alert

Mail

  • Describe mail messaging (within the server and mobile applications)
  • Create a mailing list
  • Create an emergency mail message
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom mail message

Transfer of Goods

  • Describe the concept of goods and capacity
  • Describe a depot and depot run
  • Configure a Depot
  • Describe the depots business hours and depot cutoff
  • Describe depot activities vs. depot tasks
  • Describe crews in relation to depots
  • Configure a Depot Run
  • Create and configure a new business object for a custom depot

 

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