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Oracle Fusion Technical Training

Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai


IQ Stream Technologies is one of the top Oracle Fusion Technical Training institutes in Bangalore BTM with highly experienced and skilled trainers. The Fusion Middleware (Fusion Applications) comprises of two main technologies i.e., Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA. In order to get expertise and utilize the real benefits and advantages of Fusion Applications for extending and integrating with outside world, the technical team needs to have expertise on Oracle ADF and Oracle SOA with advanced approaches of using ADF, SOA and Fusion Applications together to get real power and synergy of the technology. IQ Stream Technologies also offering Fusion Technicals online training for Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai students.

Marathahalli, Hebbal, KR Puram, Whitefield

Main highlights of our Oracle Fusion HCM Training in Bangalore (BTM Layout), Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai are top classrooms, advanced syllabus, fast learning enhanced strategy etc. The course is organized into to three major parts First part is to get knowledge on Oracle ADF Technology. Second part is to explore Oracle SOA Technology. The Third part is on Fusion Applications.

5 Star Reviews & Ratings

Reviewed By: Tharani Dharan
Reviewed Date: March, 2018
I took Fusion HCM training at IQ Stream Technologies.They have good teaching staff like Mr.Sachin and Bhaskar. The management is very professional and helpful, Affordable fees and quality courses offered.

Reviewed By: Zaki
Reviewed Date: March, 2018
I attended the Oracle Cloud Fusion session in IQ Stream Technologies. Sachin is the Trainer and the Training was good. The trainer explained the fundamental concepts very clearly and showed the roadmap of how to independently explore deeper into details.

Reviewed By: Naresh Bogavaram
Reviewed Date: March, 2018
The best thing i like at IQ stream is the personalized care that the trainers take to make me understand concepts well. The experienced trainers make it easy to learn.

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Also in: Marathahalli, Hebbal, KR Puram, Whitefield

Part1 (Oracle SOA and Integration)


• Introduction to XSD
• Introduction to WSDL and Webservices
• Describe Service Component Architecture (SCA)
• History of Reusability
• History of Web and Integration Technologies
• Overview of Oracle SOA Tools and their interaction
• Overview of Oracle Fusion Middleware and their presence in Oracle Fusion Applications
• Runtime Architecture of SOA

Enterprise Service Bus (Mediator)

• Routing
• Transformation (XSLT)
• Filtering
• Subscribe to Events
• Generate Events


• Adapter Architecture (JCA)
• File Adapter
• Database Adapter
• JMS Adapter
• JSOAP Adapter • JREST Adapter • Configure Adapters (Design Time and Run-time)

BPEL (Business Process Execution Language)

• Use BPEL Editor to create BPEL synchronous and asynchronous processes
• Use WSDL partner link types and BPEL partner link elements to interact with services
• Manipulating XML Data in BPEL process
• XSLT Transformation
• Use the Assign activity to manipulate data in BPEL variables
• Using Conditional Branching in a BPEL Process
• Using Repetitive Activities in a BPEL Process
• Using Parallel Processing in a BPEL Process
• Switch/if, Flow, FlowN, forEach
• Non-blocking Invocation pattern
• Explain concept of Dehydration
• Various Interaction patterns
• Invoking Synchronous Webservice from a BPEL process
• Invoking Asynchronous Webservice from a BPEL process
• Using Fault Handling and Exception in a BPEL Process
• Transactions and Propagating Faults
• Compensation Handling in a BPEL Process
• Using BPEL Process Manager Sensors to monitor the BPEL data
• Using Business Rules in a BPEL Process
• Using Human Task in a BPEL Process
• Using Adapters in a BPEL Process
• Using Alarm Activity
• Using Pick Activiity
• Using Invoke, Receive Activities
• Using Scope and Sequence
• Generating Events from a BPEL Process
• Subscribing Events from a BPEL Process

Business Rules

• Design Business Rule
• Create RuleSet
• Create Rules using if/then
• Create Rules using Decision Table
• Define Global Variables
• Define List of Values, List of Range
• Create Decision Service
• Integrate Business Rule with BPEL Process
• Use SOA Composer to change the rules dynamically in a running Process

Human Task Services

• Design a human task
• Configure in-built outcomes of a task.
• Define a custom outcome and use it in a task
• Define Input Data for a human task
• Deal with different types of Task Assignments
• Describe various types of Assignment Patterns
• Single and Multiple Assignments
• Serial and Parallel Stages
• Management Chain
• Use ldapconnection to search Users
• Define Task Form (Auto generate)
• Describe how to customize Task Form
• Use BPM Worklist to act on tasks
• Approve, Reject, Request Additional Info, Reasign

Securing Services

• Describe the role and features of Oracle Web Services Manager (OWSM)
• Describe security and identity propagation
• Attach security policies to end points at design-time and run-time
• Use UserNameToken to secure a Service
• Use SAML Protection Service Token to secure a Service
• Use SAML Protection Client Token to propagate security token

Part2 (Fusion Application)

Introduction o Fusion Applications

• Introduction to Fusion Applications • Architecture of Fusion Applications • Overview and Accessing Fusion Applications UI
• Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) • Evolution of Web technologies
• Evolution of ERPs
• Overview Integration approaches: Cloud to Cloud, Cloud to On-premise, On-premise to On-premise • Overview of PaaS, SaaS • Overview Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) • Oerview Oracle SOA Cloud

Manual Migration & Integration in Fusion Apps Cloud

• Explore Migration and Inbound Integration methods
• Inbound Integration with File Based Data Import (FBDI)

Automation of Migration & Integration in Fusion Apps Cloud

• FBDI Automation using Java
• FBDI Automation using Oracle SOA BPEL
• Inbound Integration with Web Services
• Automation of Web Service invocation
• Overview of Outbound Integration methods
• Outbound Integration with Financial Extracts
• Automation of Financial Extracts
• Building Custom Reports using BI Publisher in Fusion Cloud
• Extract Data from Fusion Cloud through BI Reports integration using Java
• Extract Data from Fusion Cloud through BI reports using Oracle SOA BPEL


• Building OTBI Reports in Fusion Cloud
• OTBI Report as Dashboard using various reporting components


• Overview of Runtime customization in Fusion Apps
• Overview Sandbox
• Various ways of Customizing User Interface pages in Fusion Apps Cloud
• Integrating a new User Interface Page in Fusion Apps Cloud
• Fusion Cloud UI Customization

Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (OES)

• Creating a Job in Fusion Apps Cloud using OES
• Scheduling a Job
• Verify the Results of the Executed Job

Fusion Apps 9i Customization (Not supported in new versions)

• Install Fusion Application Customization Environment
• Fusion Apps ADF Standards
• Desgin time customization of Fusion Apps using ADF

Administration & Tools

• Oracle SOA Admin - Software Installation • Install Java
• Install Jdeveloper with SOA Extension
• Install Oracle XE10g
• Install Weblogic Server
• Install RCU
• Install SOA
• Configure SOA Server on Weblogic
• Test the installation using Oracle Enterprise Manager
• Deploy SOA services using Oracle Enterprise Manager
• BPM Worklist Applicaton
• Congiguring vairious SOA Adapter using Weblogic Console

Optional: Part3 (Oracle ADF)

• Introduction and History of Web Technologies
• Introduction to Jdeveloper and ADF
• Building Data Model using ADF BC - EO, VO, AM, VL
• DataControl nd Binding
• Creating UI pages using ADF Faces
• Building LOVs and Enhance the UI
• Building Search Pages using View Criteria
• Building Master-Details UI
• Using various ADF Faces Components
• Defining Taskflows and Navigation
• Programmatic Approach and Managed Beans
• Programmatic Approach in ADF BC


Oracle Fusion Technical Training: 5 Out of 5
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