Oracle B2B: Concepts and Implementation NEW


What you will learn

In this course participants are introduced to the basic concepts and terminology surrounding e-Commerce and Oracle Application Server 10g Integration B2B. Several supported protocol standards associated with trading partner integration are presented. They learn about the features of Oracle B2B that support document and trading partner management. They are introduced to the Oracle B2B Document Editor and how it can be used to enhance your B2B interactions.

Through hands on practices they also learn how to implement a B2B interaction involving business protocols such as:

  • ebXML over ebMS
  • RosettaNet over RNIF
  • EDI X12 over AS2
  • EDI EDIFACT over File/FTP
  • HL7 over MLLP

Troubleshooting tips are presented and practiced throughout the course notes and practices. Basic administration commands and utilities are also discussed.

Learn To:
  • Use Oracle B2B to manage trading partners and agreements
  • Include translation and validation using the Document Editor
  • Perform basic administration tasks related to Oracle B2B
  • Implement B2B transactions over various protocols


Audience
Application Developers
Business Analysts
Business Intelligence Developer
Developer
Functional Implementer
SOA Architect

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of SOA
Basic experience with networks
Basic understanding of B2B Business Protocols
Basic understanding of Application Server functionality

Course Objectives
Describe the features and concepts of Oracle B2B
Describe the basic concepts and terminology of B2B Integration
Create and manage trading partner agreements utilizing multiple B2B business protocols


Course Topics

Overview
Describing and Addressing eCommerce Requirements
Describing Oracle B2B
Describing Document Management
Describing Trading Partner Management
Describing the Messaging System
Describing Oracle B2B Architecture
Managing and Reporting with Oracle B2B
Describing Oracle B2B Topologies

B2B Standards
Describing what B2B Standards address
Comparing B2B Standards
Introducing B2B Standards
Describing how B2B identifies Trading Partners and Documents using different Protocols

Oracle B2B Concepts
Implementing the Oracle B2B Methodology
Introducing Document Management Concepts
Introducing Trading Partner Management Concepts
Introducing Deployment Concepts
Introducing the Oracle B2B Reports
Introducing Administration Concepts

Implementing 1Sync over AS2
Describing 1Sync
Describing Applicability Statement 2 (AS2)
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Identifying a Custom Document
Managing Complex XML Schemas

Implementing XML over ebMS
Describing ebMS
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Identifying a Custom Document
Setting Up and Deploying a Custom Document over ebMS

Implementing RosettaNet over RNIF
Describing RosettaNet
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Setting Up and Deploying a RosettaNet Document over RNIF

Oracle B2B Document Editor
Describing the Features and Modules of the Document Editor
Customizing Specifications using the Document Editor
Working with Rules
Working with Test Data
Managing Error Severity
Using the Migrator
Using the Spec Generator

Implementing EDI X12 over AS2
Describing Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Describing X12
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Validating Inbound X12 Envelope and Document
Setting Up and Deploying EDI X12 over AS2

Implementing EDI EDIFACT over File/FTP
Describing UN/EDIFACT
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Validating Inbound UN/EDIFACT Envelope and Document
Setting Up and Deploying EDI EDIFACT over File/FTP

Implementing Health Level 7 over MLLP
Describing Health Level 7 (HL7)
Describing Acknowledgement Options
Describing MLLP
Identifying Inbound Documents
Identifying the Agreement
Setting Up and Deploying an HL7 Document over MLLP

Administration
Using basic B2B Administration Utilities
Including User-Defined Functionality using Java Callouts
Defining Security Requirements
Using Application Server Control to Manage Oracle B2B

Oracle B2B Interoperability
Explaining Component Interoperability (B2B, ESB, BPEL)
Describing Error Handling and Diagnostic Features
Describing Typical Errors that Occur