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Oracle WebCenter Suite
Training Class

Oracle WebCenter Suite training course ©2016 by Burleson Corporation


This Oracle WebCenter Suite training course is taught at your Company site with up to 20 students. 

Click here for on-site Oracle WebCenter Suite  course prices

Remember supplemental Oracle WebCenter Suite  mentoring!


Key Features

 * Learn from a working WebCenter expert with extensive hands-on experience in busy production environments.

* Understand the most important WebCenter features.

* Understand how to install, configure and customize WebCenter according to your specific requirements.

* Learn to identify key features for design of your WebCenter

* Learn how to set up your WebCenter development environment

* Learn to use WebCenter Framework and other methods to populate your pages

* Learn to integrate your content with WebCenter

* Learn to deploy and monitor your WebCenter application

* Learn how to address security issues associated with your WebCenter application

* Identify and use appropriate portlets for your environment

* Identify and employ troubleshooting techniques




Course Description

Unlike some mediocre Oracle WebCenter Suite  training, this course examines all Oracle WebCenter Suite  features with an eye on those features that are the most important to Oracle WebCenter Suite developers and users.

This Oracle WebCenter Suite  training is special because this course is taught by a working expert with years of full-time experience.

Book Required


Web 2.0 Solutions with Oracle WebCenter 11g

by Arbizu and Aggarwal

Packt Publishing - 2016

ISBN-13: 978-1847195807



This WebCenter Suite training course is designed for practicing Oracle professionals who have basic experience with Oracle database and Oracle middleware. Prior experience with Oracle is not mandatory, but experience using Oracle database will be helpful.  Participants should also have a familiarity with Java programming with familiarity with Oracle JDeveloper preferred as well.

The goal of this WebCenter Suite training is to ensure that the students understand all components and functionality of the WebCenter Suite and are able to develop and deploy secure WebCenter applications.

To help guarantee WebCenter Suite training success, you have the option of purchasing follow-up mentoring by your instructor, a WebCenter expert who can develop an intimate relationship with your staff and WebCenter environment.


Curriculum Design

This WebCenter Suite training class was designed by an experienced WebCenter professional with many years of Oracle development experience.

Course Duration

This is an intensive Oracle WebCenter Suite class.  This course is designed to give the students the ability to install, configure, customize and test a WebCenter Suite application, and it is customized according to your specific WebCenter Suite training needs.  This course can be taught as a 3 day, 4 day of 5 day class.

The class can also be modified in duration to cover specific WebCenter Suite topics.


Oracle WebCenter Suite Training  Course

Oracle WebCenter Suite  training class - Copyright © 2016 by Donald K. Burleson

Oracle 11g Certified Professional

Overview of the Oracle WebCenter Suite
What are the components of the Oracle WebCenter Suite
   How using Oracle WebCenters Suite will enhance user experience

Planning Oracle WebCenter Applications
  What kind of application do you need?
  What options are available?
  Making sure everything is in place before you start

The Oracle WebCenter Framework
  Using Oracle WebCenter application template
  Creating a framework without the template

Adding Components to the WebCenter application
   Overview of Page Content
   Consuming portlets
   Customizable components
   Linking components contextually

Integrating Content (as applicable)
   Java Content Repository (JCR)
   Oracle Content Database
   OracleAS Portal
   Microsoft SharePoint
   Stellent Content Server
   BI Publisher.

Explore Additional WebCenter Integratable Services
Oracle WebCenter Wiki
   Oracle WebCenter Discussions
   Oracle Secure Enterprise Search

Customizing Components
   Applying Skins
   Defining and Applying Custom Styles

Securing Your WebCenter Application
   Overview of WebCenter Security
   Security Setup
   Creating and Implementing Login functionality
   Linking to External Applications
   Dealing with Inherited Security

Deploying Your Oracle WebCenter Application
Overview of Deployment
   Updating Credentials
   Cloning Applications
   Distributed Environments
   Undeploying Your Application
   Monitoring Your Application

Portlets for Oracle WebCenter Applications
Overview of Portlets
   Choosing the Right Portlet for Your WebCenter Application
   Using Framework Portlet Wizard
   Creating Portlets with OmniPortlet
   Creating Content-based Portlets using WebClipping
   Creating and Enhancing Java Portlets

Troubleshooting Oracle WebCenter Applications

Additional Topics (cuastomized)

  Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook 

Oracle Press 2016

ISBN-13: 978-0071629324

Business Application Development with WebCenter
Keeping Up with changing business requirements
The First Enterprise Portals
Java and WebCenter
Rethinking Application Development in WebCenter
Oracle Application Development Framework
The WebCenter Underlying Layer: SOA
Enterprise 2.0 and WebCenter
The WebCenter Development Environment
Using JDeveloper with WebCenter
Tools to Build WebCenter Applications
Running and Managing Your Applications in WebCenter
Oracle Application Development Framework
ADF Concepts and Used Standards
View: ADF Faces Rich Client and WebCenter
Controller: ADFc and WebCenter
Task Flows and WebCenter
Business Services: ADF BC
Model: ADFm (JSR 227) Data Bindings and Data Controls

Building a WebCenter Page
Creating an Application in WebCenter
Creating Your First WebCenter Page
Adding Your First Component
 JSP Tag Structure
Consuming and Building Portlets
What Are Portlets?
Consuming Portlets in JDeveloper
Building Portlets for WebCenter
Turning JSF Applications into Portlets: The JSF Portlet Bridge
Inter-component Communication
Contextual Wiring with ADF Data Controls
Wiring of JSF View Components and Portlets
Inter-portlet Communication: Wiring Portlets
Contextual Events
Contextual Wiring of Portlets at Run Time
Integrating Content Systems
Connecting to Content
Simple Table of Content
Performing a Search with the Data Control
Using Images from the Content Repository in Your Application
Using the Document Service Components
Content-Enabling Your First Application
Leveraging the List View
Content Server—WebCenter’s Built-in Enterprise Content Management
The Recent Documents Task Flow
Overview of WebCenter Web 2.0 Services
What Are the WebCenter Web 2.0 Services?
Business Cases
Social Web 2.0 Services—New Concepts in the Application Landscape
Configuring Your Application for the WebCenter Web 2.0 Services
Services Inside and Out
Information Discovery Services
Communication Services
Miscellaneous Services
Extending the Services Concept in Your Application 
Setting Up Your Development Environment for Success
Topology Matters and WebCenter
Version Control
Automation through Apache ANT
Run-Time Customization
Run-Time Customization Concepts
The Oracle Composer Toolbox
Advanced Composer Configuration
Creating Pages at Run Time Using the Page Service
Resource Catalog
How the Resource Catalog Gets into Your Application
Enabling an Existing Task Flow
Getting Custom Task Flows into the Resource Palette
Adding Your Own Task Flow to the Catalog
Organizing the Run-Time Resource Catalog
Creating a Custom Catalog Definition
Multiple Catalog Definitions
Advanced Resource Catalog Definition Changes
Adding Portlets to the Catalog
Skinning Your WebCenter Applications
Skin vs. Style: What Is the Difference?
About Skins
Applying a Custom Skin to Your Application
Advanced Skinning Techniques
Skinning for HTML Developers
Metadata Services Framework
MSF architecture
Working on Customizations in Oracle JDeveloper
Extending Oracle Composer
 Add-on Panels
 Property Filters
Custom Property Panels
UI Event Handlers
MDS in WebCenter
Oracle Composer
WebCenter Page Service
Installing and Managing WebCenter

Installing Oracle WebCenter
Managing Oracle WebCenter
Monitoring Oracle WebCenter Applications
Configuring Oracle WebCenter
Accessing Diagnostics Information

Weblogic Security
ADF Security Overview
Securing an ADF Application
WebCenter and ADF Security
WebLogic Deployment
But Where Have All Those Tests I Did So Far Been Run?
What If My Application Is Secured?

Chapter 20. Extending Oracle Applications with WebCenter
Portlet-Based Integration with Oracle E-Business Suite
Integrating Oracle PeopleSoft Applications via Portlets
Oracle JD Edwards Enterprise One Portal Solution
A Different Approach—Oracle Siebel Applications


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