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Technical Foundation for Framework 4

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Technical Foundation for Framework 4
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This Technical Foundation for Framework 4 training explores common operations to help onsite IT personnel manage and operate the products throughout the implementation and into the future. It focuses on the IT operations commonly performed by IT or support personnel.

Learn To:

  • Describe startup and shutdown procedures.
  • Configure internet browser settings.
  • Monitor and troubleshoot.
  • Configure hibernate connection pools.
  • Explain the framework architecture.

Benefits to You

Investing in this course will introduce you to a variety of concepts. Concepts range from IT configuration and technical architects to product configuration settings, components of the system, common concepts and configuration settings for the Client and the Web Application server. Expert Oracle University instructors will also teach you the concepts and processes involved in configuring the authentication and authorization aspects of security, skills you can apply to your daily job.

Applicable Oracle Products

This course is applicable to all products supported by the Oracle Utilities Applications Framework 4, including the following:

  • Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing
  • Oracle Utilities Business Intelligence
  • Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management
  • Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management
  • Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management
  • Oracle Revenue Management and Billing for Financial Services and Insurance
  • Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer
  • Implementer
  • Explain the use of ports, and describe the use of the global and local configuration files
  • Define common concepts and identify structures
  • Describe startup and shutdown and common problems associated with these processes
  • Define the common monitoring regimes and the available monitoring facilities
  • Describe the suggested troubleshooting method and the nature of performance issues
  • Explain the basics of security, and describe how to implement security configurations
  • List the brower versions that are supported, and describe the browser settings and how they affect the browser when using the products
  • Describe the architecture, features, how the components work together, and common interfacing strategies
  • Describe the Web Application Server setup process
  • Describe the Business Application Server configuration process
  • Explain the Database Configuration process
  • Introduction to CC&B Foundation
    • Overview of this course
  • Common Concepts
    • The Administrator account
    • An Environment and its structure
    • Starting the product
    • Stopping the product
    • Starting and Stopping problems and troubleshooting
  • Monitoring
    • Monitoring Overview
    • Monitoring Points
    • Monitoring Client Machines
    • Web Application Server Facilities
    • Thread Pools
    • Garbage Collection
    • Log-Based Monitoring
    • Active Monitoring
  • Troubleshooting
    • Nature of Performance
    • What Does a Java Error Look Like?
    • The Troubleshooting Approach
    • Bottom-Up Method
    • Top-Down Method
    • Common Problems
  • Configuration Concepts
    • Ports
    • The Cistab File
    • The Environ.ini File
  • Client Configuration
    • Browser Versions
    • IE Settings
    • Different URL's
    • Server Settings for Browser
  • Web Application Server Configuration
    • Web App Server Settings
    • Client Connection Thread Pool
    • JVM Settings
    • Log Management
    • J2EE
    • The Deployment Process
    • The Spl.properties File
  • Business Application Server Configuration
    • Overview of BA Server Configuration
    • Similarities Between the Web App Server and the Bus App Server
    • Configuration Process
    • Deployment Process
    • Hibernate and C3P0
  • Database Configuration
    • Demonstration vs. Initial Database
    • Database Installation
    • Database Utilities and Install Procedure
    • Additional DBA Tasks
  • Security
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Technical Foundation for Framework 4

Course Overview

This Technical Foundation for Framework 4 training explores common operations to help onsite IT personnel manage and operate the products throughout the implementation and into the future. It focuses on the IT operations commonly performed by IT or support personnel.

Learn To:

  • Describe startup and shutdown procedures.
  • Configure internet browser settings.
  • Monitor and troubleshoot.
  • Configure hibernate connection pools.
  • Explain the framework architecture.

Benefits to You

Investing in this course will introduce you to a variety of concepts. Concepts range from IT configuration and technical architects to product configuration settings, components of the system, common concepts and configuration settings for the Client and the Web Application server. Expert Oracle University instructors will also teach you the concepts and processes involved in configuring the authentication and authorization aspects of security, skills you can apply to your daily job.

Applicable Oracle Products

This course is applicable to all products supported by the Oracle Utilities Applications Framework 4, including the following:

  • Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing
  • Oracle Utilities Business Intelligence
  • Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management
  • Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management
  • Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management
  • Oracle Revenue Management and Billing for Financial Services and Insurance
Training on Demand
Date
Start time
Price
Location
05-Mar-2019
04:04 PM GMT
£ 1066
Audience
  • Administrator
  • Database Administrator
  • Developer
  • Implementer
Objectives
  • Explain the use of ports, and describe the use of the global and local configuration files
  • Define common concepts and identify structures
  • Describe startup and shutdown and common problems associated with these processes
  • Define the common monitoring regimes and the available monitoring facilities
  • Describe the suggested troubleshooting method and the nature of performance issues
  • Explain the basics of security, and describe how to implement security configurations
  • List the brower versions that are supported, and describe the browser settings and how they affect the browser when using the products
  • Describe the architecture, features, how the components work together, and common interfacing strategies
  • Describe the Web Application Server setup process
  • Describe the Business Application Server configuration process
  • Explain the Database Configuration process
Topics
  • Introduction to CC&B Foundation
    • Overview of this course
  • Common Concepts
    • The Administrator account
    • An Environment and its structure
    • Starting the product
    • Stopping the product
    • Starting and Stopping problems and troubleshooting
  • Monitoring
    • Monitoring Overview
    • Monitoring Points
    • Monitoring Client Machines
    • Web Application Server Facilities
    • Thread Pools
    • Garbage Collection
    • Log-Based Monitoring
    • Active Monitoring
  • Troubleshooting
    • Nature of Performance
    • What Does a Java Error Look Like?
    • The Troubleshooting Approach
    • Bottom-Up Method
    • Top-Down Method
    • Common Problems
  • Configuration Concepts
    • Ports
    • The Cistab File
    • The Environ.ini File
  • Client Configuration
    • Browser Versions
    • IE Settings
    • Different URL's
    • Server Settings for Browser
  • Web Application Server Configuration
    • Web App Server Settings
    • Client Connection Thread Pool
    • JVM Settings
    • Log Management
    • J2EE
    • The Deployment Process
    • The Spl.properties File
  • Business Application Server Configuration
    • Overview of BA Server Configuration
    • Similarities Between the Web App Server and the Bus App Server
    • Configuration Process
    • Deployment Process
    • Hibernate and C3P0
  • Database Configuration
    • Demonstration vs. Initial Database
    • Database Installation
    • Database Utilities and Install Procedure
    • Additional DBA Tasks
  • Security