Oracle Develop Hands-on Labs
Hands-on Introduction to Integration and Oracle SOA Suite 11g
This very simple hands-on lab provides a guided tour of Oracle SOA Suite 11g and its graphical development and monitoring tools. The first step is to build from scratch a very simple integration scenario, extracting information from a file to insert into a database. The second step is to submit this action to human approval, demonstrating how Oracle SOA Suite can seamlessly orchestrate systems, such as databases and ERP systems, and people. This lab is for architects, developers, and system administrators with very little or no prior experience with Oracle SOA Suite who are interested in learning about the product and its base capabilities.
Hands-on Introduction to Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g
Attend this lab to get a hands-on introduction to the new features in Oracle Business Process Management 11g. It will walk you through the different phases of creating a BPM application, including modeling, simulation, deployment, execution, and monitoring. Participants will live the experience of different personas, using advanced BPM capabilities and features such as Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0, multiprocess simulation, advanced human workflow approval patterns, and callout to business rules.
New Models for Enterprise Java with the Mission-Critical Data Grid
This hands-on lab shows how enterprise Java applications can take advantage of Oracle Coherence's unique data grid architecture to achieve order-of-magnitude advances in continuous access to mission-critical data. Oracle product experts cover how Oracle WebLogic Server 11g provides built-in integration with Oracle Coherence data grid solutions via Oracle WebLogic's ActiveCache feature. Attendees also learn best practices and get advice on architecting applications to achieve continuous data availability and in-memory data grid throughput. They also learn to build a cross-platform, multidomain Web application that uses Oracle Coherence cache servers to share session state across Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish Server, and .NET application servers.
Total Oracle WebLogic Server Development with Eclipse, Maven, and Hudson
In this hands-on lab for professional Eclipse Java developers, Oracle product experts discuss the rich set of plug-ins and tools available in the latest version of Oracle Enterprise Pack for Eclipse to simplify and speed up enterprise Java development with Oracle WebLogic Suite 11g.Learn to configure and use powerful Eclipse plug-ins from Oracle to develop, build, and deploy with Maven and Hudson for continuous build integration, as well as how to use the Oracle WebLogic class loader analysis tool, Oracle JRockit Mission Control, and Oracle WebLogic Server's diagnostic framework feature to gain total visibility into and control of your applications' runtime performance.
Oracle Fusion Applications Development Experience: An Oracle ADF Overview
In this hands-on lab, see how Oracle JDeveloper works with Oracle Application Development Framework to simplify enterprise application development. Build reusable business services that can access your database, and then create rich internet applications fronting these components.
Web Services: From the Ground Up
In this hands-on lab, attendees build and consume Web services with Oracle JDeveloper. Learn how to expose code through Web services interfaces, and then learn how to access and work with existing Web services. Finish by building a Web user interface to front your Web services.
Building .NET Applications with Oracle Database
Try out the latest Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) features and experience Oracle Database’s tight Visual Studio integration. Step-by-step lessons include using the integrated Visual Studio PL/SQL debugger, Oracle Performance Analyzer, user-defined types, Oracle Providers for ASP.NET development, ODP.NET performance best practices, database event-driven development, and more. Choose topics that interest you and work at your own pace. The lab is suitable for both .NET beginners and experts.
Oracle SQL Developer: Overview and New Features Hands-on Lab
This hands-on lab provides users with a choice of areas to work in. Whether you are new to SQL and PL/SQL or a current Oracle SQL Developer user, there is something for you. Using step-by-step tutorials, you can choose to focus on the overview, which covers the broad spectrum of features in the tool; the new features section, for users familiar with earlier releases of Oracle SQL Developer; or the PL/SQL section, which covers editing and debugging.
Hands-on JDBC, Oracle Universal Connection Pool, and Java in the Database
Learn how to use database mechanisms with JDBC, including statement caching, array fetching, array DML, LOB prefetching, getMetaData , stored procedures, query change notification, and client result cache. Attendees of this session will experience UCP through a stock ticker application that retrieves stock price from the database, change UCP properties at runtime without shutting down the pool, and view statistics. Also covered is using Java in the database, including mapping SQL Types to/from Java types, loading Java, JIT compilation, Java invocation, and monitoring with JMX.
Oracle Application Express (APEX) Interactive Reporting
Give your end users the power to maintain their own view of the information in the database. This hands-on session teaches you how to utilize Oracle Application Express interactive reports to exceed your users' online reporting expectations. What's more, if you can write simple SQL such as 'SELECT * FROM my_favorite_table' you are most of the way to delivering interactive reports through Oracle's browser-based RAD tool in Oracle Application Express. This lab covers both the basics and more advanced techniques that you can use with interactive reports.
Oracle Application Express (APEX) Dynamic Actions
Efficient Management and Processing of Structured XML with Oracle XML DB
One of the characteristics of highly structured XML is that its structure can easily be described using XML schema. Many important industry standards use XML schema for this purpose. This tutorial shows how the rich capabilities of Oracle XML DB leverage the power of XML schema to optimize the storage and processing of highly structured XML data. It covers using object-relational storage to optimize storage, indexing, and querying XML; using equi-partitioning and parallelism to improve the performance and scalability of object-relational storage; using Oracle XML DB XML schema evolution to manage changes to your XML schemas; and using Oracle's full-text index to optimize full-text query performance.