PeopleSoft Integration Tools New Features Training Rel 8.52

PeopleSoft Integration Tools New Features Training Rel 8.52

Introduction:

PeopleSoft Integration Tools New Features Training Rel 8.52 Course hands-on

This PeopleSoft Integration Tools New Features Training Rel 8.52 explains the new features in the last two releases, while giving you hands-on exercises to implement and use these features. Features include PeopleSoft Integration Network, Document technology, Restful web services and feed enhancements.

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Duration: 5 days

Prerequisites:

Familiar with creating and using service operations
Familiar with Integration Broker
Familiar with Integration Broker
Familiar with creating and using service operations

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience / Target Group:

Developer
Network Administrator
System Administrator
Technical Administrator

What You Will Learn:

Use Integration Network WorkCenter.
Create documents.
Create restful web services.
Use feed publishing wizard.

Skills Gained:

Create and use documents for integrations
Create and use Restful web services
Create feeds using feed Publishing Wizard
Use PeopleSoft Integration Network

Course Content:

Accessing and Navigating the Integration Network

Accessing the Integration Network WorkCenter
Navigating the Integration Network WorkCenter
Navigating Configuration Features
Navigating Integration Network Administration Features
Navigating Monitoring Features

Configuring Integration Broker Using the Integration Network

Setting Up the Integration Gateway
Activating the Application Server Domain
Setting the Service Namespace and the Schema Namespace
Setting the Service Target Locations

Configuring the Node Network

Describing the Configuration Requirements for the Node
Viewing the Configuration Status of the Node Network
Adding Integration Partner Nodes to the Node Network

Verifying Integration Network Status

Describing the Prerequisites for Verifying Integration Network Status
Verifying Connectivity with Network Nodes
Verifying Integration Status with Network Nodes

Administering the Integration Network

Managing Integration Network Service Operation Permissions
Describing Introspection and Deployment in the Integration Network
Selecting Integrations to Introspect
Selecting Nodes to Introspect
Initiating Introspection
Initiating Deployment

Monitoring Network

Monitoring Integration Network
Tracking Integration Network Transactions

Creating Documents

Describing Document Technology
Setting Document Options
Using Document Builder
Adding Documents
Adding Primitives
Adding Compound Elements
Adding Collections

Managing XML and Relational Formats

Defining Schema Details
Exporting Documents
Testing Documents
Managing Relational-Formatted Documents

Populating and Retrieving Document Data

Describing Document Classes
Populating a Document
Retrieving Data from a Document

Using Document Utilities

Testing Documents
Testing Document Schema
Creating Document from Schema
Updating Target Location
Validating Document References to Metadata

Maintaining Documents

Copying Documents
Renaming and Deleting Documents
Securing Documents

Creating Document-Based Service Operations

Creating Document Messages
Creating Document-Based Service Operation
Publishing a Document-Based Asynchronous Service Operation
Creating the Service Operation Handler

Describing Restful Web Service

Describing Web Services
Describing Service Oriented Architecture
Describing Resource Oriented Architecture
Describing ROA Properties

Designing Restful Web Services

Designing a REST Service
Setting Up REST Web Service Target Location
Creating a Document Template
Creating a Document Message Template

Creating REST Service and GET Service Operation

Creating a REST Service
Creating REST Service Operations
Defining the REST Resource
Defining Default Service Operation

Creating Handlers for REST Service Operations

Creating REST Handler
Creating a GET Handler in HTML Format
Adding the Handler to Service Operation

Creating and Testing Other HTTP Methods

Creating POST and PUT Service Operations
Adding Header Information
Creating DELETE Service Operation
Testing REST Service Operations in Handler Tester
Testing REST Service Operations in Send Master

Providing REST Service

Providing REST Web Service
Using the WADL to Consume a Web Service
Migrating REST Service Definitions to Another PeopleSoft Database

Consuming REST Services

Consuming a REST Service
Creating a Consumer REST Service
Invoking REST Web Service

Describing PeopleSoft Feed Publishing Framework Enhancements

Describing Feed Enhancements
Describing PeopleSoft Feed Publishing Framework
Configuring Your PeopleSoft System to Support Feeds
Administering Feeds
Publishing Feeds
Publishing List of Feeds
Viewing Feeds
Copying and Deleting Feeds

Using the Feed Publishing Wizard

Using Feed Publishing Wizard
Using Feed Publishing Wizard to Create Query Feed
Specifying Data Source Parameters
Publishing the Feed
Publishing Query Feeds from Query Manager

Using Feed Templates and Specifying Advanced Query Feed Options and Elements

Creating Feed Templates
Defining Advanced Options for Query Feeds
Editing Entry Content Elements
Managing Query Feeds

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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