The ADF for Oracle BPM course is a three day, hands-on workshop that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of ADF specifically in the context of Oracle BPM. In addition to understanding the high level concepts, students leave this workshop with detailed and practical hands-on knowledge of the essential skills necessary to create and integrate ADF in Oracle BPM process solutions. Students do not just click through the hands-on portion of the lessons. Students will learn the concepts behind what is being done while following the step-by-step instructions. In addition, students leave the training with working examples and every project completed during the workshop can be copied off the hands-on environment for later review. The eleven lessons are easy to understand and successfully complete and each lesson covers the best practices AVIO Consulting has acquired through its years of experience developing ADF solutions for Oracle BPM and SOA applications.
Lesson 1 – ADF with Oracle BPM Overview – Overview of ADF, its concepts, architecture, and how it is used with Oracle BPM projects.
Lesson 2 – ADF Form Generation for Oracle BPM – Learn how BPM and ADF projects and their artifacts relate to one another.
Lesson 3 – ADF Form Concepts – Manually create a form using a human task and display multiple columns, set mandatory fields, perform field validation, etc.
Lesson 4 – ADF Layout Components – Create a form with tabs and various panel layouts and headers
Day One Review
Lesson 5 – ADFbc Business Service – An ADF model project is created using ADFbc Entity Objects, View Objects and Application Module.
Lesson 6 – ADF Model Data Control and Binding – Learn how bindings are created and used on an ADF form and how different business services are associated with the fields on a form.
Lesson 7 – ADF Task Flows – Learn how task flows are constructed to string multiple forms and methods together, how they can manage transactions, and how buttons on form or a menu can be used.
Lesson 8 – ADF Managed Beans – Learn when backing beans should or should not be used and why and then create a Java Managed Bean and fully utilize it in the task flow.
Day Two Review
Lesson 8 – ADF Managed Beans (continued)
Lesson 9 – Troubleshooting and Exception Handling – Understand how exceptions are handled in a task flow and learn how to configure, enable, view and filter ADF logs.
Lesson 10 – Ant Deployment to WebLogic – Learn how to install and configure Ant to automatically deploy ADF, Oracle BPM, and SOA composite projects.
Lesson 11 – BAM Data Control – Learn how to how to create a BAM data control, add a BAM chart to an ADF form, and configure BAM for an ADF project.