Oracle Training Overview|
This Oracle 10g courseware training guide book will present an exhaustive step-by-step explanation of the features and capabilities for web-based publishing and application interface using the Oracle Portal product, which is built upon the Oracle10g Application Server platform.
Web-based publishing of information is seen as the best way in which to disseminate dynamic information and content, whether this is to be sent publicly over the worldwide web or over a secure private network to authenticated users. A portal to this content is the primary means by which this information is deployed and accessed. Furthermore, portals are seen as a means to fuse together dissimilar environments, systems and applications into a single cohesive user interface.
Oracle Training Prerequisites
The course ORACLE APPLICATION SERVER 10G: ADMINISTRATION I is a helpful, although not mandatory, prerequisite for this course.
Oracle Training Audience
The target audience for this course is one of the following individuals:
Oracle Training Course Objectives
- Web page designers
- Web-based portal developers
- Senior enterprise portal users
- Application server administrators
Within this course the following major subjects will be discussed:
Oracle Training Course duration
Oracle Training Course outline
INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE AS PORTAL
- An overview of the Portal architecture, including installation procedures and platform requirements.
- Creating quick and simple portal applications using Oracle Instant Portal.
- Creating customized and highly complex portal applications using Portal Builder and include a variety of rich, dynamic and web-based content within those applications.
- Extending the built-in features of Portal and the Portal Builder to customize both the environment and the type of content deployed.
- Using sophisticated content management features which support large scale collaboration among many users, including content classification, approval routings and shared objects.
- Using high-powered portlets within the portlet repository to obtain content from existing web sites, HTML pages, databases, external and other sources.
- Controlling content appearance and layout using pages, regions, styles and templates.
- Exercising strict control over the access and management of content using privileges and access control lists.
- Implementing search features within portal applications.
INSTALLING THE PORTAL MIDDLE TIER
- ABOUT APPLICATION SERVERS
- INTRODUCING ORACLE PORTAL
BUILDING A PORTAL USING INSTANT PORTAL
- PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
- PERFORMING THE INSTALLATION
USING PORTAL BUILDER
- CREATE AN INSTANT PORTAL
- MANAGE THE PAGE STRUCTURE
- MANAGE CONTENT
- MANAGE USERS WITH OIP
ADDING ITEM CONTENT TO PORTAL
- UNDERSTANDING PORTAL OBJECTS
- USING PORTAL BUILDER
- USING PORTAL NAVIGATOR
- PAGE EDITING MODES
CLASSIFYING PORTAL CONTENT
- STANDARD CONTENT ITEMS
- MANAGING ITEM DEFINITIONS
- ACCESSING THE DOCUMENT LIBRARY WITH WEBDAV
IMPLEMENTING CUSTOM TYPES
- CONTENT METADATA
- CLASSIFYING CONTENT USING CATEGORIES
- ORGANIZING CONTENT USING PERSPECTIVES
ENABLING APPROVAL ROUTINGS & NOTIFICATIONS
- CREATING CUSTOM ATTRIBUTES
- CREATING CUSTOM ITEM TYPES
- ADDING CUSTOM TYPED CONTENT
BUILDING PORTAL PAGES
- ABOUT THE APPROVAL ROUTING PROCESS
- ENABLING APPROVALS & NOTIFICATIONS
- CREATE AN APPROVAL ROUTING SCHEME
- SUBMIT A DRAFT ITEM FOR APPROVAL
- APPROVING & REJECTING ITEMS
SHARING PORTAL OBJECTS
- CONFIGURING PAGE GROUPS & PAGES
- CONFIGURING REGIONS
IMPLEMENTING PORTAL SEARCH
- CREATING & USING STYLES
- CREATING & USING TEMPLATES
- SHARING OBJECTS WITHIN THE REPOSITORY
INTEGRATING WEB CONTENT USING WEB CLIPPING
- INCORPORATING BASIC SEARCH CAPABILITIES
- INCORPORATING ADVANCED SEARCH CAPABILITIES
- INCORPORATING CUSTOM SEARCH CAPABILITIES
DISPLAYING DATA USING OMNIPORTLET
- CONFIGURING THE REPOSITORY
- DEPLOYING THE PORTLET
- PUBLISHING PORTLETS WITH DISPARATE DATA SOURCES
- USING EVENTS & PARAMETERS