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OSM Foundations I: Tasks, Processes and Orders (D73764)

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Course Overview

This OSM Foundations I: Tasks, Processes and Orders training covers OSM concepts and components. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to interact with orders, deploy cartridges and manage fallout through a combination of instruction and hands-on exercises.

Learn To:
  • Modify and deploy a cartridge
  • Use data instance and lookup behaviors.
  • Interact with Orders in OSM.
  • Perform order change management.
  • Determine the compensation process.
  • Perform fallout management.
  • Manage security.
  • Understand sizing, performance and tuning considerations.
  • Describe rapid offer design and order delivery.
  • Enhance the process flow.
  • Develop automation.
You'll develop a deeper understanding of the following:
  • Order and Service Management concepts
  • Task Web Client
  • Design Studio
  • Task User Interface
  • Model Notifications
  • Interface to Order Source Systems

Who should attend

  • Application Developers
  • System Administrator
  • Java Developers
  • Developer
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Consultant
  • J2EE Developer
  • Data Warehouse Administrator

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisites:
  • XML for Developers
  • Knowledge of XQuery

Course Objectives

  • Manage Orders Using the Task Web Client
  • Use Design Studio
  • Modify and Deploy a Cartridge
  • Use the Order Template
  • Enhance the Task User Interface
  • Customize The user interface
  • Customize The user interface
  • Customize The user interface
  • Customize The user interface
  • Develop Automation
  • Model Notifications
  • Interface to Order Source Systems
  • Interact with Orders in OSM
  • Perform Order Change Management
  • Determine the Compensation Process

Course Content

  • Order and Service Management
  • Managing Orders Using the Task Web Client
  • Design Studio
  • Understanding Data for Orders and Tasks: Data Schema
  • Sales Order Data Dictionary: Control Data
  • Enhancing the Task User Interface
  • Customizing The user interface
  • Using Data Instance and Lookup Behaviors
  • Enhancing the Process Flow
  • Integrating with External Systems Through Automation
  • Developing Automation
  • Modeling Notifications
  • Interfacing to Order Source Systems
  • Interacting with Orders in OSM
  • Order Change Management
  • Order Change Management part 2
  • Fallout Management
  • Managing Security
  • Sizing, Performance, and Tuning Considerations
  • Rapid Offer Design and Order Delivery
  • Order and Service Management
  • Managing Orders Using the Task Web Client
 
Schedule

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