AYTS: Summary of RUEI – Real User Experience Insight Session

Recently started the Oracle program: Are You The Smartest.
For me it is an opportunity to test my current knowledge level and to extend my knowledge.
After every session I follow, I will write a brief summary as part of the preparation for the test.
I will continue with the summary of the following session.

ARCHITECTS TRAINING – SERVICE INTEGRATION – Oracle RUEI – Maximize business value by insight into real end-user experiences

This short (45 minutes) session was divided into the following four parts:

  • Why is it important to bring up RUEI to customers?
  • Basic explanation of the technology
  • Use cases
  • Demo

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AYTS: Summary of Identity Governance Session

Recently started the Oracle program: Are You The Smartest.
For me it is an opportunity to test my current knowledge level and to extend my knowledge.
After every session I follow, I will write a brief summary as part of the preparation for the test.
I will continue with the summary of the following session.

ARCHITECTS TRAINING – SECURITY – Identity Governance

This session was divided into the following three parts:

  • Overview Oracle Identity Governance Suite (30 minutes)
  • Demo (50 minutes)
  • Project requirements (40 minutes)

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Oracle BPM, UCM and Humantasks

At the customer site Jan van Zoggel and I performed a number of tests to find the best fit for the combination BPM, UCM and Humantasks.
We testen how to attach a document to a Humantask and make it available in the process.
After that we tested how to store the document from BPM in UCM.
And Finally we figured out how to configure the environment to make BPM and UCM work together.

Jan wrote the following three post of our test findings:
Using attachment documents with Oracle BPM Human Tasks
Using a Content Server with Oracle BPM Human Tasks
Integration of Oracle BPM and Oracle UCM/WCC

AYTS: Summary of Oracle BPM Suite presentation

Recently started the Oracle program: Are You The Smartest.
For me it is an opportunity to test my current knowledge level and to extend my knowledge.
After every session I follow, I will write a brief summary as part of the preparation for the test.
I also follow some of the 2012 sessions. These sessions are not part of the test.
I will continue with the summary of the following session.

ARCHITECTS TRAINING – SERVICE INTEGRATION – Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite presentation

This session (this is the third and last session I followed of the old series) was divided into the following two parts.

  • Overview of the BPM Suite (2 hours)
  • Best practices on Application Integration (45 minutes)

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AYTS: summary of The SOA Challenge

Recently started the Oracle program: Are You The Smartest.
For me it is an opportunity to test my current knowledge level and to extend my knowledge.
After every session I follow, I will write a brief summary as part of the preparation for the test.
I also follow some of the 2012 sessions. These sessions are not part of the test.
I will continue with the summary of the following session.

ARCHITECTS TRAINING – SERVICE INTEGRATION – Technical Case Study – The SOA Challenge.

This session (not part of the tests) was divided into the following two parts.

  • Overview of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Stack (60 minutes)
  • Customer Case Study: Telenet (70 minutes)

Recent years I had a fulltime job working with OFM. This made me doubt to follow this session. But eventually I decided to listen to the recording. As expected most of the content was on hand knowledge. But there were enough interesting parts in the presentation to make me decided to write this summary. So let’s start.

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SOA/BPM:Incoming Message dispatcher (part 2 of 2)

In this post I will describe the solution we implemented at a customer site to dispatch incoming message in an Oracle SOA/BPM environment.

The solution we implemented handles the following message types:

  • A new request resulting in a new case of type A .. Z   (subject of the first part of the post)
  • An addition to an existing case.                                      (subject of the second part of the post)

Part 2: Addition to an existing case

In case of an addition the incoming request message is extended with two extra fields:

  • the message type (A..Z)
  • the request as a PDF file
  • the name of the PDF file
  • case number (in case of addition)
  • type of addition

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SOA/BPM:Incoming Message dispatcher (part 1 of 2)

In this post I will describe the solution we implemented at a customer site to dispatch incoming message in an Oracle SOA/BPM environment.

The solution we implemented handles the following message types:

  • A new request resulting in a new case of type A .. Z   (subject of the first part of the post)
  • An addition to an existing case.                                      (subject of the second part of the post)

Part 1: New requests

A new incoming request message contains the following information:

  • the message type (A..Z)
  • the request as a PDF file
  • the name of the PDF file

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