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TIBCO Introduction: Introduction to integration. Need of integration. Different integration Techniques. Real time examples of EAI. Why TIBCO Suite EAI Tools. Introduction to Different Components of TIBCO BW Suite. Introduction BW Suite:- Installation of TIBCO BW Suite. Different components of TIBCO BW Suite and complete introduction. Tibco Runtime Agent(TRA). Designer. Business Works. Enterprise Message Server (EMS). Hawk. Tibco Administrator. Adapters(ADB, FILE). Introduction to Palletes and Activities. Basic Examples of BW Processes. Introduction of X-Path. Classification of All Pallets and activities along with Examples. 1. Process. 2. File. 3. XML tools. 4. XML Activites. 5. Parse. 6. HTTP. 7. JDBC. 8. FTP. 9. TCP. 10. Java. 11. JMS. 12. Rendezvous. 13. Manual Works 14. Policy 15.General 16. General Activities 17.SOAP 18. Service 19. WSDl 20. Transitions 21. Adapter Resources 22. Mail TIBCO BW Programming Concepts Data Types Variables Loops Transitions & Conditions. XPath functions Exception Handling Controlling process execution Grouping activities. Web Services:- Introduction to Web Services. Examples of Web services. Different Ways of Developing Web Services. Introduction to UDDI and WSDL. Securing web services, etc.. Messaging:- Introduction to Messaging. General concepts of messaging. Different Types of Messaging. TIBCO Rendezvous (RV):- Introduction to Rendezvous. Architecture of RV. Reliable Messaging using RV. Certified Messaging. Distributed Queue Messaging. Different Examples on Different Types of RV Messaging. Real Time Scenarios os Rendezvous Messaging. Comparison between Different RV Message Types. TIBCO EMS (Enterprise Messaging Server):- Introduction to JMS. Introduction to EMS Server. Queue Topic Bridge Routing etc… Real time examples on EMS (JMS Pallete). EMS Administration & Configurations. FT In EMS Load balancing in EMS TIBCO Administrator:- Introduction to TIBCO Administrator. Introduction to Domain Utility. Creating/deleting domain in Administrator. Creating EAR file in BW. Deploying TIBCO BW Project in Administrator. Users and Resource management. Script Deployment Fault Tolerance in Administrator. Load Balancing in Administrator. TIBCO HAWK:- Introduction to Hawk. Different scenarios of project monitoring. Introduction to different components in HAWK. Introduction and development of HAWK rule bases. Real Time scenarios Of HAWK. Applying Rule bases in Administrator deployed applications. Adapters:- Introduction to Adapters concepts. Active Data Base Adapters (ADB). FILE Adapter. One Real time Project
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COURSE CONTENT 1. Understand the IBM Business Process Management products Version 7.5 and the life cycle of a business process application. • IBM Process Center • IBM Process Designer • IBM Integration Designer • IBM Process Server. • BPM(Websphere Business Process Management). • IBM Lombardi. 2. Use Process Designer to design and run a process application • Creating a process application and designing the flow of a business process • Create activities (human interaction, decisions, nested process, logic) • Simulation and analysis of the business process • Designing the data used by the process • Create basic implementations of the activities and the data flow • Implement human interaction user interfaces through coaches • Test user interfaces and create snapsots • Implement a decision service using a decision table • Implement activities with simple JavaScript logic • Test the flow of the business process • Implement a nested process with a Web service call • Implement a Web service call to an existing Web service • Implement exception handling • Implement database update using SQL services • Implement sending email through an SMPT server • Implement a decision using the Business Action Language (BAL) • Use exposed process variables in the decision and modify the values at runtime • Implement security for human tasks using groups and users • Expose the business process as a Web service for invocation from outside • Use Integration Designer to interact with the business process • Connect Integration Designer to the Process Center and Process Server • Create a Web front-end application from a WSDL • Invoke the business process as a Web service • Define and implement Advanced Integration Services • Define advance integration services in Process Designer • Import a process application into Integration Designer • Implement the advanced integration services in Integration Designer • Implement a service that calls a Java class • Implement a service that calls an external Web service • Synchronize (publish) the advanced integration services into the Process Center • Run the process application in Process Designer with the advanced integration services • Run the process application using the front-end and the Process Portal • Use the Process Portal to perform the human services • Use Process Designer and tools to measure and monitor the process application • Use automatic tracking to track business data fields and standard KPIs • Use manual tracking to track business data and calculated values • Use the Business Performance Admin Console • Use the Process Admin Console for monitoring • Use historical analysis to analyse the performance of the business process • Compare historical data with simulation data • Create ad-hoc reports from automatic and manual tracking data • Generate, save, run, and tailor reports from ad-hoc reports 3 Over view of IBM Lombardi 7.5X 1. Explaining IBM Process Center Architecture 2. .Introduction of Process Stake Holders and there activities.I 3. ntroduction of Lombardi Product Components. 4. Lombardi Key Terms and Concepts. 4 Creating your first Lombardi Project 1. How to add the User groups and Users and how to grant access 2. .Create a New Process 3. .Explain the Process Package / Tool Kit Package. 4. Managing Snapshots and Workspaces. 5 Designing BPD 1. Creating a BPD and Configuration Setting, 2. Adding Lanes to the BPD, 3. Assigning Participants, 4. Adding activities, 5. Establishing process flow lanes 6 Building Coaches and Services and nested service 1. Building Human Services 2. Building Integration Service 3. Building general System Services 7 Building an executable BPDs and Services 1. Using Gateways 2. Implementing Activities 3. Adding Process Variables to BPD 8 Building an executable BPDs and Services 1. Adding Events to BPD 2. Setting Environment Variable 3. Validating Processes 9 Modeling Events 1. Modeling Mesg Events 2. Timer Events 3. Adhoc Events 10 Mapping and Managing Variables 1. Creating Custom Variables 2. Declaring and passing variables 3. Creating Exposed process variables 4. explain Pre and Post assignments 5. .Initializing Complex variable using java script 6. .Making Variables available to process portal search 11 Exception handling 1. Exception handling 12 Advance Concepts 1. Using Embedded java script using external activities 2. Introduction to Web API and web services 3. Introduction to Performance DB, Tracking Groups, Reports Our Courses WebSphere SAP Oracle Java Microsoft Tibco PROFESSIONAL COURSES Address Rakesh Kumar +91 9700330693 +1 234 200 0813 info@pradhikatechnology.com pradhikatechnology@gmail.com
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COURSE CONTENT: Over view of IBM Lombardi 7.5X 5. Explaining IBM Process Center Architecture 6. Introduction of Process Stake Holders and there activities.I 7. ntroduction of Lombardi Product Components. 8. Lombardi Key Terms and Concepts. Creating your first Lombardi Project 5. How to add the User groups and Users and how to grant access 6. .Create a New Process 7. .Explain the Process Package / Tool Kit Package. 8. Managing Snapshots and Workspaces. Designing BPD 6. Creating a BPD and Configuration Setting, 7. Adding Lanes to the BPD, 8. Assigning Participants, 9. Adding activities, 10. Establishing process flow lanes Building Coaches and Services and nested service 4. Building Human Services 5. Building Integration Service 6. Building general System Services Building an executable BPDs and Services 4. Using Gateways 5. Implementing Activities 6. Adding Process Variables to BPD Building an executable BPDs and Services 4. Adding Events to BPD 5. Setting Environment Variable 6. Validating Processes Modeling Events 4. Modeling Mesg Events 5. Timer Events 6. Adhoc Events Mapping and Managing Variables 7. Creating Custom Variables 8. Declaring and passing variables 9. Creating Exposed process variables 10. explain Pre and Post assignments 11. Initializing Complex variable using java script 12. Making Variables available to process portal search Exception handling 2. Exception handling Advance Concepts 4. Using Embedded java script using external activities 5. Introduction to Web API and web services 6. Introduction to Performance DB, Tracking Groups, Reports Our Courses WebSphere SAP Oracle Java Microsoft Tibco PROFESSIONAL COURSES Address Rakesh Kumar +91 9700330693 +1 234 200 0813 info@pradhikatechnology.com pradhikatechnology@gmail.com
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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture •Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) • Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI •The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager • BPEL Process Manager components Installation •Overview of the fusion architecture •Overview of the Web logic server •Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. •Creating the soa domain •Creating the soa server and bam server •Installation steps soa suite 11g •Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server •Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns •Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service •Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. •Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture •Description of Composite xml. •Source code Explanation of BPEL File. •Source code Explanation WSDL File. •Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process •Synchronous Hello World process. •Explanation of Below Activities. oReceive Activity Syntax. oInvoke Activity Syntax. oReply Activity Syntax. oAssign Activity. oBPEL Variables. oRelationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. oDeploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA oApplication Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching •Processing with Parallel Flows oUsing Flown activity oUsing Flow activity •Conditional Branching oSwitch Activity oLimitation of the Receive activity oPick activity to implement the timeouts oPick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management •Fault types oSystem Faults oBusiness Faults •Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling •For synchronous services •For asynchronous Business Faults oFor synchronous services oFor asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services •Transformation Service • Map Testing and Analysis • XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL •Adapter Framework •File Adapter oRead Operation oWrite Operation oSync Read Operation oList of files. •FTP Adapter oGet a file oPut a file oSynchronous get file oList of files •Advanced Queuing •Database Adapters oCalling stored Procedure oCRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete oRead Poll oCustom sql •JMS adapters. oJMS Producer oJMS Consumer •Oracle Apps Adapter introduction •Fault handling in the ADAPTERS •Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators •Introduction to mediators. •Working with mediators. •Event driven networks via mediator •Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows •Fault handling in the Mediator •Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application •Human Workflow Service Concepts •Features of workflow service •Workflow service components •Modeling Workflows •Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables •Introduction to Business Rules. •Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM •Oracle BAM Server •Oracle BAM Application •Features of Oracle BAM Application •Defining Data Object •Defining BAM Dashboard •Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic •Adding BAM Connection to application OSB WSDL Preparation and uploading into SBConsole Business service development Proxy service development Fault handling Message flows in the OSB OSB Faqs AIA AIA fundamentals CDMs AIA components ABM EBO EBM ABCS EBS EBF ABCS preparations EBS preparations One PIP explanation Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: , Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-, Ph: 040-
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Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture •Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) • Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI •The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager • BPEL Process Manager components Installation •Overview of the fusion architecture •Overview of the Web logic server •Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. •Creating the soa domain •Creating the soa server and bam server •Installation steps soa suite 11g •Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server •Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns •Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service •Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. •Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture •Description of Composite xml. •Source code Explanation of BPEL File. •Source code Explanation WSDL File. •Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process •Synchronous Hello World process. •Explanation of Below Activities. oReceive Activity Syntax. oInvoke Activity Syntax. oReply Activity Syntax. oAssign Activity. oBPEL Variables. oRelationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. oDeploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA oApplication Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching •Processing with Parallel Flows oUsing Flown activity oUsing Flow activity •Conditional Branching oSwitch Activity oLimitation of the Receive activity oPick activity to implement the timeouts oPick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management •Fault types oSystem Faults oBusiness Faults •Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling •For synchronous services •For asynchronous Business Faults oFor synchronous services oFor asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services •Transformation Service • Map Testing and Analysis • XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL •Adapter Framework •File Adapter oRead Operation oWrite Operation oSync Read Operation oList of files. •FTP Adapter oGet a file oPut a file oSynchronous get file oList of files •Advanced Queuing •Database Adapters oCalling stored Procedure oCRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete oRead Poll oCustom sql •JMS adapters. oJMS Producer oJMS Consumer •Oracle Apps Adapter introduction •Fault handling in the ADAPTERS •Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators •Introduction to mediators. •Working with mediators. •Event driven networks via mediator •Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows •Fault handling in the Mediator •Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application •Human Workflow Service Concepts •Features of workflow service •Workflow service components •Modeling Workflows •Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables •Introduction to Business Rules. •Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM •Oracle BAM Server •Oracle BAM Application •Features of Oracle BAM Application •Defining Data Object •Defining BAM Dashboard •Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic •Adding BAM Connection to application OSB WSDL Preparation and uploading into SBConsole Business service development Proxy service development Fault handling Message flows in the OSB OSB Faqs AIA AIA fundamentals CDMs AIA components ABM EBO EBM ABCS EBS EBF ABCS preparations EBS preparations One PIP explanation Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: , Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-, Ph: 040- Email:
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Type Tutoring INSTALLING AND SETTING UP THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ENVIRONMENT What Is Oracle Warehouse Builder? Basic Process Flow of Design and Deployment Oracle Warehouse Builder Licensing and Connectivity Options Installing Oracle Warehouse Builder 11.2 OWBSYS Schema Using OWB 11.2 with Database 10g R2 Using the Repository Assistant to Manage Workspaces Supported operating systems (OS), sources, targets, and optional components GETTING STARTED WITH WAREHOUSE BUILDER Logging In to OWB Design Center Overview of the Design Center OWB Projects Overview of Objects within a Project Overview of Objects within an Oracle Module Organizing Metadata Using Foldering Locations Navigator and Globals Navigator panels Setting Projects Preferences: Recent Logons UNDERSTANDING THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ARCHITECTURE Warehouse Builder Development Cycle Overview of the Architecture for Design, Deployment, Execution Overview of Configurations, Control Centers, and Locations Creating Target Schemas Registering DB User as an OWB User Roles and Privileges of Warehouse Builder Users Registering an Oracle Workflow User DEFINING SOURCE METADATA Data warehouse implementation: Typical steps Difference Between Obtaining Relational and Flat File Source Metadata Creating Flat File Module Sampling Simple Delimited File Sampling Multi-record Flat File Creating an Oracle Module Selecting the Tables for Import DEFINING ETL MAPPINGS FOR STAGING DATA Purpose of a Staging Area Define OWB Mappings Mapping Editor Interface: Grouping, Ungrouping, and Spotlighting Creating External Tables Create and Bind process Levels of Synchronizing Changes Using the Automapper in the Mapping Editor Set loading type and target load ordering USING THE DATA TRANSFORMATION OPERATORS Component Palette Using a Joiner Lookup Operator: Handling Multiple Match Rows Using the Subquery Filter Operator Using the Set, Sequence, and Splitter Operators Pivot and Unpivot Operators Using the Aggreagator, Constant, Transformation, and Pre/Post Mapping Operators Deploying and Executing in Projects Navigator Panel CLEANSING AND MATCH-MERGING NAME AND ADDRESS DATA Integrating Data Quality into ETL Name and Address Data Cleansing Name and Address Server Name and Address Software Providers Settings in the Name and Address Operator Reviewing a Name and Address Mapping Consolidating Data Using the Match Merge Operator Using the Match Merge Operator in a Mapping USING PROCESS FLOWS Process Flow Concepts Creating a Process Flow Module, a Process Flow Package and a Process Flow Types of Activities: Fork, And, Mapping, End Activity Creating Transitions Between Activities Some More Activities: Manual, SQLPLUS, Email Generating the Process Flow Package DEPLOYING AND REPORTING ON ETL JOBS Logical Versus Physical Implementation Setting Object Configuration Deployment Concepts Invoking the Control Center Manager Deploy Options and Preferences Repository Browser Starting OWB Browser Listener and the Repository Browser Browsing Design Center and Control Center Reports USING THE MAPPING DEBUGGER Overview of the Mapping Debugger Initializing a Mapping Debugging Session Preparing the testing environment and test data Setting breakpoints and watch points Evaluating the flow of data to detect mapping errors ENHANCING ETL PERFORMANCE Performance Tuning at Various Levels Performance-Related Parameters in ETL Design Configuring Mappings for Operating Modes, DML Error Logging, Commit Control, and Default Audit Levels Enabling Partition Exchange Loading (PEL) for Targets Performance-Related Parameters in Schema Design Configuring Indexes, Partitions, Constraints Enabling Parallelism and Parallel DML Setting Tablespace Properties and Gathering Schema Statistics MANAGING BACKUPS, DEVELOPMENT CHANGES, AND SECURITY Overview of Metadata Loader Utilities (MDL) Managing Metadata Changes by Using Snapshots Using Change Manager Version Management of Design Objects Graphical UI for Security Management Object-Level Security Setting Security Parameters INTEGRATING WITH ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION (OBI EE) Business Justification: Tools Integration Integrating with OBI EE and OBI SE Transferring BI Metadata to OBI EE Server Setting Up the UDML File Location Deriving the BI Metadata (OBI EE) Deploying the BI Module Converting the UDML File for OBI EE Oracle BI Admin and Answers Tool APPENDIX B: CREATING EXPERTS Harnessing OWB Power and Complexity for New Users OWB "Experts": Directed Guidance and Knowledge Management Creating an Expert Starting an Expert Creating Your Own Custom Dialog Scenario: ROLAP to MOLAP in Five Easy Steps Scenario: Expert for Creating External Table APPENDIX C: USING DIAGNOSIS AND DEBUGGING TECHNIQUES Collecting Information Before Contacting Oracle Support Sequence Used by Oracle Support Representatives to Process Calls Activating Debugging and Logging for Full Java Debug Trace Activating Tracing Using the Service_Doctor.sql Script Troubleshooting and Diagnosing Errors in Control Center Agent (CCA) Run-Time Views and Utilities Online Warehouse Builder Resources
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Type Tutoring The Best OWB Online Training Institute From Hyderabad, India Course Content: INSTALLING AND SETTING UP THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ENVIRONMENT What Is Oracle Warehouse Builder? Basic Process Flow of Design and Deployment Oracle Warehouse Builder Licensing and Connectivity Options Installing Oracle Warehouse Builder 11.2 OWBSYS Schema Using OWB 11.2 with Database 10g R2 Using the Repository Assistant to Manage Workspaces Supported operating systems (OS), sources, targets, and optional components GETTING STARTED WITH WAREHOUSE BUILDER Logging In to OWB Design Center Overview of the Design Center OWB Projects Overview of Objects within a Project Overview of Objects within an Oracle Module Organizing Metadata Using Foldering Locations Navigator and Globals Navigator panels Setting Projects Preferences: Recent Logons UNDERSTANDING THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ARCHITECTURE Warehouse Builder Development Cycle Overview of the Architecture for Design, Deployment, Execution Overview of Configurations, Control Centers, and Locations Creating Target Schemas Registering DB User as an OWB User Roles and Privileges of Warehouse Builder Users Registering an Oracle Workflow User DEFINING SOURCE METADATA Data warehouse implementation: Typical steps Difference Between Obtaining Relational and Flat File Source Metadata Creating Flat File Module Sampling Simple Delimited File Sampling Multi-record Flat File Creating an Oracle Module Selecting the Tables for Import DEFINING ETL MAPPINGS FOR STAGING DATA Purpose of a Staging Area Define OWB Mappings Mapping Editor Interface: Grouping, Ungrouping, and Spotlighting Creating External Tables Create and Bind process Levels of Synchronizing Changes Using the Automapper in the Mapping Editor Set loading type and target load ordering USING THE DATA TRANSFORMATION OPERATORS Component Palette Using a Joiner Lookup Operator: Handling Multiple Match Rows Using the Subquery Filter Operator Using the Set, Sequence, and Splitter Operators Pivot and Unpivot Operators Using the Aggreagator, Constant, Transformation, and Pre/Post Mapping Operators Deploying and Executing in Projects Navigator Panel CLEANSING AND MATCH-MERGING NAME AND ADDRESS DATA Integrating Data Quality into ETL Name and Address Data Cleansing Name and Address Server Name and Address Software Providers Settings in the Name and Address Operator Reviewing a Name and Address Mapping Consolidating Data Using the Match Merge Operator Using the Match Merge Operator in a Mapping USING PROCESS FLOWS Process Flow Concepts Creating a Process Flow Module, a Process Flow Package and a Process Flow Types of Activities: Fork, And, Mapping, End Activity Creating Transitions Between Activities Some More Activities: Manual, SQLPLUS, Email Generating the Process Flow Package DEPLOYING AND REPORTING ON ETL JOBS Logical Versus Physical Implementation Setting Object Configuration Deployment Concepts Invoking the Control Center Manager Deploy Options and Preferences Repository Browser Starting OWB Browser Listener and the Repository Browser Browsing Design Center and Control Center Reports USING THE MAPPING DEBUGGER Overview of the Mapping Debugger Initializing a Mapping Debugging Session Preparing the testing environment and test data Setting breakpoints and watch points Evaluating the flow of data to detect mapping errors ENHANCING ETL PERFORMANCE Performance Tuning at Various Levels Performance-Related Parameters in ETL Design Configuring Mappings for Operating Modes, DML Error Logging, Commit Control, and Default Audit Levels Enabling Partition Exchange Loading (PEL) for Targets Performance-Related Parameters in Schema Design Configuring Indexes, Partitions, Constraints Enabling Parallelism and Parallel DML Setting Tablespace Properties and Gathering Schema Statistics MANAGING BACKUPS, DEVELOPMENT CHANGES, AND SECURITY Overview of Metadata Loader Utilities (MDL) Managing Metadata Changes by Using Snapshots Using Change Manager Version Management of Design Objects Graphical UI for Security Management Object-Level Security Setting Security Parameters INTEGRATING WITH ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION (OBI EE) Business Justification: Tools Integration Integrating with OBI EE and OBI SE Transferring BI Metadata to OBI EE Server Setting Up the UDML File Location Deriving the BI Metadata (OBI EE) Deploying the BI Module Converting the UDML File for OBI EE Oracle BI Admin and Answers Tool APPENDIX B: CREATING EXPERTS Harnessing OWB Power and Complexity for New Users OWB "Experts": Directed Guidance and Knowledge Management Creating an Expert Starting an Expert Creating Your Own Custom Dialog Scenario: ROLAP to MOLAP in Five Easy Steps Scenario: Expert for Creating External Table APPENDIX C: USING DIAGNOSIS AND DEBUGGING TECHNIQUES Collecting Information Before Contacting Oracle Support Sequence Used by Oracle Support Representatives to Process Calls Activating Debugging and Logging for Full Java Debug Trace Activating Tracing Using the Service_Doctor.sql Script Troubleshooting and Diagnosing Errors in Control Center Agent (CCA) Run-Time Views and Utilities Online Warehouse Builder Resources
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Contact us: Swathi, +91-, OWB Online Training Institute from Hyderabad India Course Content: INSTALLING AND SETTING UP THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ENVIRONMENT What Is Oracle Warehouse Builder? Basic Process Flow of Design and Deployment Oracle Warehouse Builder Licensing and Connectivity Options Installing Oracle Warehouse Builder 11.2 OWBSYS Schema Using OWB 11.2 with Database 10g R2 Using the Repository Assistant to Manage Workspaces Supported operating systems (OS), sources, targets, and optional components GETTING STARTED WITH WAREHOUSE BUILDER Logging In to OWB Design Center Overview of the Design Center OWB Projects Overview of Objects within a Project Overview of Objects within an Oracle Module Organizing Metadata Using Foldering Locations Navigator and Globals Navigator panels Setting Projects Preferences: Recent Logons UNDERSTANDING THE WAREHOUSE BUILDER ARCHITECTURE Warehouse Builder Development Cycle Overview of the Architecture for Design, Deployment, Execution Overview of Configurations, Control Centers, and Locations Creating Target Schemas Registering DB User as an OWB User Roles and Privileges of Warehouse Builder Users Registering an Oracle Workflow User DEFINING SOURCE METADATA Data warehouse implementation: Typical steps Difference Between Obtaining Relational and Flat File Source Metadata Creating Flat File Module Sampling Simple Delimited File Sampling Multi-record Flat File Creating an Oracle Module Selecting the Tables for Import DEFINING ETL MAPPINGS FOR STAGING DATA Purpose of a Staging Area Define OWB Mappings Mapping Editor Interface: Grouping, Ungrouping, and Spotlighting Creating External Tables Create and Bind process Levels of Synchronizing Changes Using the Automapper in the Mapping Editor Set loading type and target load ordering USING THE DATA TRANSFORMATION OPERATORS Component Palette Using a Joiner Lookup Operator: Handling Multiple Match Rows Using the Subquery Filter Operator Using the Set, Sequence, and Splitter Operators Pivot and Unpivot Operators Using the Aggreagator, Constant, Transformation, and Pre/Post Mapping Operators Deploying and Executing in Projects Navigator Panel CLEANSING AND MATCH-MERGING NAME AND ADDRESS DATA Integrating Data Quality into ETL Name and Address Data Cleansing Name and Address Server Name and Address Software Providers Settings in the Name and Address Operator Reviewing a Name and Address Mapping Consolidating Data Using the Match Merge Operator Using the Match Merge Operator in a Mapping USING PROCESS FLOWS Process Flow Concepts Creating a Process Flow Module, a Process Flow Package and a Process Flow Types of Activities: Fork, And, Mapping, End Activity Creating Transitions Between Activities Some More Activities: Manual, SQLPLUS, Email Generating the Process Flow Package DEPLOYING AND REPORTING ON ETL JOBS Logical Versus Physical Implementation Setting Object Configuration Deployment Concepts Invoking the Control Center Manager Deploy Options and Preferences Repository Browser Starting OWB Browser Listener and the Repository Browser Browsing Design Center and Control Center Reports USING THE MAPPING DEBUGGER Overview of the Mapping Debugger Initializing a Mapping Debugging Session Preparing the testing environment and test data Setting breakpoints and watch points Evaluating the flow of data to detect mapping errors ENHANCING ETL PERFORMANCE Performance Tuning at Various Levels Performance-Related Parameters in ETL Design Configuring Mappings for Operating Modes, DML Error Logging, Commit Control, and Default Audit Levels Enabling Partition Exchange Loading (PEL) for Targets Performance-Related Parameters in Schema Design Configuring Indexes, Partitions, Constraints Enabling Parallelism and Parallel DML Setting Tablespace Properties and Gathering Schema Statistics MANAGING BACKUPS, DEVELOPMENT CHANGES, AND SECURITY Overview of Metadata Loader Utilities (MDL) Managing Metadata Changes by Using Snapshots Using Change Manager Version Management of Design Objects Graphical UI for Security Management Object-Level Security Setting Security Parameters INTEGRATING WITH ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ENTERPRISE EDITION (OBI EE) Business Justification: Tools Integration Integrating with OBI EE and OBI SE Transferring BI Metadata to OBI EE Server Setting Up the UDML File Location Deriving the BI Metadata (OBI EE) Deploying the BI Module Converting the UDML File for OBI EE Oracle BI Admin and Answers Tool APPENDIX B: CREATING EXPERTS Harnessing OWB Power and Complexity for New Users OWB "Experts": Directed Guidance and Knowledge Management Creating an Expert Starting an Expert Creating Your Own Custom Dialog Scenario: ROLAP to MOLAP in Five Easy Steps Scenario: Expert for Creating External Table APPENDIX C: USING DIAGNOSIS AND DEBUGGING TECHNIQUES Collecting Information Before Contacting Oracle Support Sequence Used by Oracle Support Representatives to Process Calls Activating Debugging and Logging for Full Java Debug Trace Activating Tracing Using the Service_Doctor.sql Script Troubleshooting and Diagnosing Errors in Control Center Agent (CCA) Run-Time Views and Utilities Online Warehouse Builder Resources
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Pune (Maharashtra)
NDROID Institutes In Pune - MindScripts Explore the huge job potential in the android market today with the help of MindScripts one of the best Android training institutes in Pune. Developed by Google Inc Android has become one of the most dominant and the most used tools in the mobile systems today. The main focus of this course is to help students understand the prospective of android, MindScripts Android Training Center in Pune also gives Students a good working knowledge of tools. Target of Android Training Course at MindScripts is to make you autonomous in developing applications using Android For more details Call : 8805674210/ 9764560238 Course Duration 8 Weeks (Regular/Weekday Batches) or 8 Weekends (Weekend batches) Objective To be able develop applications on Android platform To find a job in the huge job market available in Android technology Eligibility 1. Graduates / Post Graduates from Computer Science background 2. Knowledge of Core Java programming language Course Overview Android History of Android Evolution of Android Where Android scores over others Android Architecture Overview Linux kernel Native libraries Dalvik App framework SDK Overview Platforms Tools Versions Emulator Your First Program Creating your first project The manifest file Layout resource Running your app on Emulator SDK Building Blocks Activities Activity lifecycle Intents Services Content Providers Broadcast Receivers Android User Interface Specification Dip's and Sip's Views and layouts Common UI components Handling user events Android system Overview File System Preferences Notifications Security model Advanced UI Adapters Complex UI components Menus and Dialogs Graphics & animations Multimedia in Android Multimedia Supported audio formats Simple media playback Supported video formats Simple video playback SQL Database Introducing SQLite Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes Basic Content Providers Content provider MIME types Searching for content Adding, changing, and removing content Working with content files Advanced Android Custom Content Providers Why Content Providers Where the content comes from Implementing the API Supporting content files Location Based Services and Google Maps Using Loction Based Services Working with Google Maps Services Overview of services in Android Implementing a Service Service lifecycle Inter Process Communication (AIDL Services) Broadcast Receivers What are Broadcast Receivers Implementing broadcast receiver System broadcasts and how to use them Intent Filters Role of filters Intent-matching rules Filters in your manifest Filters in dynamic Broadcast Receivers Sensors How Sensors work Lig to Sensor readings Best practices for performance WiFi Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity Managing active connections Managing WiFi Telephony Making calls Monitoring data connectivity and activity Accessing phone properties and status Controlling the phone Camera Taking pictures Rendering previews Bluetooth Controlling local Bluetooth device Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices Managing Bluetooth connections Communicating with Bluetooth XML Parsing Consuming Web Services HTTP Request Response Model XML Parsing Android Application Deployment Android Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows Android Application Deployment on Android Market MindScripts Technology 2nd Floor, Siddharth Hall,Near Ranka Jewellers, Behind HP Petrol Pump,Karve Rd, Pune 411004 Call : 8805674210/ 9764560238 info@mindscripts.com www.mindscripts.com
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India
1. Introduction to Android  Android software stack  Android Run-time system  Components of android 2. Android development environment setup  Eclipse  Android Studio  Android Emulator  Android Debug tools 3. Android Application development  Application folder structure  Application meta information  Application Resources  Application UI Layouts 4. Android Application Components  Activities  Services  Content Providers  Broadcast receivers 5. Android UI development  Layouts  Widgets  Composite UI  Animations  Style sheets  Multi-resolution support 6. Android Intents and Fragments 7. Android Network handling 8.Android Background data processing 9. Android Notifications  Push notifications  Toast notifications 10. Android Data storage  Shared preferences  Files  SQLite  Network IO 11. Android Multimedia  Audio & video playback  Image capture  Video recording  Audio recording 12. Android web services  HTTP and HTTPS access  XML and JSON parsing 13. Android Advanced Concepts  Sensors  Android Google services  Data Security
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Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)
sadguru technologies 8179736190 ​Course name : WEBLOGIC11G 24*7 technical support faculty : Realtime experience Rs Trainings:is a brand and providing quality online and offline trainings to students in world wide. We are giving best online training on WEBLOGIC Highlights in our training service: Every faculty has Real Time experiance .Trained Resources placed in countries like Australia, USA, UK, JAPAN, SWEDEN etc.Any critical issues faced by resource resolved using Teamviewer, webex.Supporting the resource with Top 100 Interview questions. Résumé built in best corporate standards according to the job description. We will market the resume for top technolgy countries.After each week a status exam is conducted. Offline online trainings are conducted everyday.Weekend trainings for job goers.flexible timings in accordance with the resource comfortability.If version related to any Tool is upgraded. We will send the upgraded information via email.we will develop the Aquintance with Production,development and testing environments.Real time scenarios covered accross Software Development Life Cycle.for every 10 hours One hour catered to resolve the doubts.Explaining bugs and critical issues and development activities 24*7 technical supports sevices. Course content: WEBLOGIC ADMINISTRATION 11G ( on Linux Environment ) Description An enterprise application consists of various components and resources such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Servlets, JSPs, Database Connections, HTML files, XML files, etc. After application developers finish developing the various components, it is the system administrator's job to put everything together into the WebLogic Server environment and make it available to users at Web browsers. As a WebLogic Server Administrator, you are responsible for, among other things: • Starting and stopping servers • Balancing the load on servers or connection pools • Selecting and monitoring the configuration of resources • Detecting and correcting problems • Monitoring and evaluating system performance • Deploying Enterprise JavaBeans, Web Applicatio
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India
What is Android? Android is a powerful Operating System supporting a large number of applications in Smart Phones. These applications make life more comfortable and advanced for the users. Hardware s that support Android is mainly based on ARM architecture platform. Why Android? Android applications are composed of one or more application components (activities, services, content providers, and broadcast receivers) Each component performs a different role in the overall application behavior, and each one can be activated individually (even by other applications) The manifest file must declare all components in the application and should also declare all application requirements, such as the minimum version of Android required and any hardware configurations required. Why Cegonsoft? Cegonsoft is the best place to move your career to next level and we provide better knowledge about the course which will develop your confidence to face the interviews. We encourage our student to use their resources and talents to reach their full potential. Our institute is surrounded by intelligent and forward thinking people so come for the big opportunities and join in any organization. Contact Person: suthan Contact No:8681968889
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Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Android Training Courses Course Name: Android Training Courses The Android Training courses provides coverage of basic mobile computing paradigm and also covers the basic android application building process with associated key points like, activities, intents, sending SMS, location based services with GPS, working with Gyroscopes, Programming the mediaplayer etc. Take Away: After completion of the Android Training course you will be able to •Describe mobile device components •Create a simple User Interface using Android emulator •Create a Web-based Application •UnitTest an Android application •Highlight current location using GPS features Target Audience for Android Training CoursePre-requisites for Android Training Course •Undergraduate, Graduates and Post-Graduates •Job aspirants•Adv. Java •SQL Objectives: In the Android Training course, you will learn to •Describe mobile device components •Create a simple User Interface using Android emulator •Create a Web-based Application •UnitTest an Android application •Highlight current location using GPS features ML5 Training fo
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Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh)
Oracle SOA Suite 11g Basic Concepts and Architecture Overview of service-oriented architecture (SOA) Overview XML, XSD, X Path, XSLT, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI The basic concepts of Oracle BPEL Process Manager BPEL Process Manager components Installation Overview of the fusion architecture Overview of the Web logic server Overview of the soa server and bam server and Meta data schemas. Creating the soa domain Creating the soa server and bam server Installation steps soa suite 11g Preparing the start and stop scripts for soa server Start and stop the admin server Interaction Patterns Orchestrate services through BPEL for a Synchronous Service Orchestrate services through BPEL for One-way. Orchestrate services through BPEL for an Asynchronous Service SCA Architecture Description of Composite xml. Source code Explanation of BPEL File. Source code Explanation WSDL File. Source code Explanation of Component Type File. Hello World BPEL Process Synchronous Hello World process. Explanation of Below Activities. Receive Activity Syntax. Invoke Activity Syntax. Reply Activity Syntax. Assign Activity. BPEL Variables. Relationship between BPEL Variables and WSDL messages. Deploying the application Creation the connection for SOA server. Major & Minor Application Version. Compilation Build Deployment Tab SOA Application Testing in the SOA Server Parallel Processing and Conditional Branching Processing with Parallel Flows Using Flown activity Using Flow activity Conditional Branching Switch Activity Limitation of the Receive activity Pick activity to implement the timeouts Pick activity to receive inputs from multiple operations into a single BPEL Fault Handling and Exception Management Fault types System Faults Business Faults Fault handling Process based fault handling System fault handling For synchronous services For asynchronous Business Faults For synchronous services For asynchronous Policy based fault handling Transformation Services Transformation Service Map Testing and Analysis XSLT Mapping Tool Adapters and Accessing Adapter from BPEL Adapter Framework File Adapter Read Operation Write Operation Sync Read Operation List of files. FTP Adapter Get a file Put a file Synchronous get file List of files Advanced Queuing Database Adapters Calling stored Procedure CRUD operations Insert Select Update Delete Read Poll Custom sql JMS adapters. JMS Producer JMS Consumer Oracle Apps Adapter introduction Fault handling in the ADAPTERS Transaction handling in Adapters Mediators Introduction to mediators. Working with mediators. Event driven networks via mediator Schematron files, parallel flows, sequential flows Fault handling in the Mediator Transaction handling in the Mediators Human Workflow and Work list Application Human Workflow Service Concepts Features of workflow service Workflow service components Modeling Workflows Work list Application Features Business Rule and Decision Tables Introduction to Business Rules. Using Business Rules and Decision tables in BPEL Working with BAM Oracle BAM Server Oracle BAM Application Features of Oracle BAM Application Defining Data Object Defining BAM Dashboard Configuring BAM Adapter on WebLogic Adding BAM Connection to application Other Topics SOA Suite 10g examples Migration from 10g to 11g OSB basics AIA Basics Dynamic partner link Correlations Preference variables DVMs XRef Tables ANT scripts MDM MDM upload scripts SOA Testing. SOA Production support. SOA Faqs. Resume Preparation help. SOA project explanation. Other Courses Offered by Sadguru Technologies: Web Logic & SOA Administration Oracle Service Bus (OSB) Oracle Application Integration Architecture (AIA) Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Oracle Applications Framework (OAF) Web Sphere Application Server (WAS) Oracle Billing & Revenue Management (BRM) Sales Force CRM, Siebel CRM Business Analyst (BA) JAVA Oracle Identity Access Management (OIAM) Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Web Center Oracle Apps (Functional, Technical) Contact at SADGURU TECHNOLOGIES H. No: 7-1-621/10, Flat No: 102, SaiManor Apartment, S.R. Nagar Main Road, Hyderabad-500038, Landmark: Beside Umesh Chandra Statue Mob: 91-8179736190, Ph: 040-40154733 
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Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Selenium 3.0 Training Course Fees: 10K Upcoming Batch 1: 6th January Why to do Selenium Training ? Selenium is an open source tool and supported by a large volunteers of open source developers. Selenium has become one of the most popular automation testing tools in the recent days. More and more organizations are adopting Selenium over other commercial software testing tools. As more and more testing projects are trying implement Selenium and trying replace commercial tools, the companies are looking out for skilled selenium resources. There is a high demand for skilled and trained selenium testers in the market. If you know selenium today, you will sure get multiple job offers from the market, more when it is recession time as everyone is trying to cut the cost. OVERVIEW: Selenium Webdriver is the latest offering in the set of tools provided by Selenium. It is the most widely used open source web-application test automation tool. This training will provide insight into features and components of Selenium Webdriver. It will also provide an exposure to API testing, automation script writing using java and automation frameworks. PREREQUISITES: 1. Have knowledge of Manual testing 2. Willingness to learn and succeed in career RECOMMENDED FOR: This course is appropriate for both fresh graduates, and experienced software professionals under following categories: • Software Test Engineers • Analysts / Business Analysts / System Analysts • Software Developers • Module Leaders • Test Managers • Anyone involved in QA or QC activities • Anyone who is new to automation and may be new to testing OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: • Learn how to use Eclipse and complementary tools (e. g. Firebug). • Understand core Java fundamentals. • Understand Junit testing frameworks. • Understand API testing. • Understand Selenium components i. e. Selenium IDE, Selenium RC, Selenium Webdriver, Selenium Grid. • Learn how to identify efficient location strategy. • Write efficient code and achieve low maintenance of automation framework. • Understand Selenium Webdriver APIs. Write automated test cases using Selenium Webdriver and learn how to handle special cases e. g. alerts / pop-ups, multiple windows, AJAX etc. • Create automation test suites and run automated tests in different browsers. • Generate HTML test reports. • Read configuration data from text files and how to read /write test data from excel files. • Generate test logging. • Learn different types of automation frameworks. TRAINER: 10 + yrs exp in Selenium & working in CMM Level5 Company.
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Type Computer Softgen Infotech located in BTM Layout, Bangalore is a leading training institute providing real-time and placement oriented SAP PS Training Courses in bangalore. Our SAP PS training course includes basic to advanced levels. we have a team of certified trainers who are working professionals with hands on real time SAP PS projects knowledge which will provide you an edge over other training institutes. Our SAP PS training centre is well equipped with lab facilities and excellent infrastructure for providing you real time training experience. We also provide certification training programs in SAP PS Training. We have successfully trained and provided placement for many of our students in major MNC Companies, after successful completion of the course. We provide placement support for our students. Our team of experts at Softgen Infotech Training Institute, Bangalore have designed our SAP PS Training course content and syllabus based on students requirements to achieve everyone's career goal. Our SAP PS Training course fee is economical and tailor-made based on training requirement. We Provide regular training classes(day time classes), weekend training classes, and fast track training classes for SAP PS Training in our centres located across bangalore. We also provide Online Training Classes for SAP PS Training Course. Contact us today to schedule a free demo and complete course details on SAP PS Training Course. What is SAP PS Training ? SAP Project Systems 1. Introduction 1.1 Introduction Project Management / Project System 1.2 Project types 1.3 Phases in Project 1.4 Integration with Other modules 1.5 Navigations in SAP 2. Structures 2.1 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 2.2 Network 2.3 Activities 2.4 Relationships 2.5 Documents / PS texts /Milestones 2.6 Standard structures 2.7 Project Builder, Project Evaluation Using Cost Element Reports 2.8 Project planning board 2.9 Structure Planning 2.10 Mass Change 2.11 Status Management 2.12 Sales pricing, Reporting 3. Dates, Costs & Planning 3.1 Types of Dates 3.2 Settings for Scheduling Parameters 3.3 Dates in the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 3.3.1 Scheduling the Work Breakdown Structure 3.4 Network Scheduling 3.5 Resource planning/Workforce planning 3.6 Materials in the project/ Material Requirements Planning (MRP) 3.5 Easy Cost Planning 3.7 Network costing 3.8 Sales orders and revenue planning 4. Budgeting 4.1 Budgeting overview 4.2 Budgeting using an investment program 4.3 Budget Distribution in the Project 5. Execution 5.1 Actual dates for WBS elements 5.2 Confirmation of activities 5.3 Cross Application Time Sheet (CATS) 5.4 Execution Services 5.5 Purchasing components and services 5.6 Claim Management 5.7 Milestone billing 6. Closing 6.1 Selection Variant for Collective Processing 6.2 Settlement Rules 7. Simulation 7.1 Creating Simulation Versions 7.2 Transfer of Operative Data and Simulation Data 7.3 Evaluating Simulation Versions SAP PS Training Course Details Duration:60 days Version:4.4 Regular: 1 Hour per day Fast Track: 3 - 4 Hours per day: 12 days Weekdays:Monday - Friday Weekend:Saturday and Sunday Online Training:Available Class Room Training: Not Available Course Fee: Talk to our Customer Support Mode of Payment:Talk to our Customer Support
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India
IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Online Training by VirtualNuggets Greetings of the day, We, VirtualNuggets, one of the best institutes providing quality level of training in E-learning process, are now announcing a special offer for IBM Sterling B2B Integrator. IBM Sterling B2B Integrator supports the reuse of business processes, which allows activities to be implemented as a service, a business process, or sub process. Reuse also enables business processes to be written with multiple reusable components or as a single large service. For example, Rosetta Net support can be implemented as multiple activities strung together to form a business process or as a single service. Contact us for detailed course content & register for a free demo. With Best Regards, VirtualNuggets, Online Training Coordinator, India: +91-8885560202; USA: +1-7076668949 Email: info@virtualnuggets (dot) com Web URL: http://www.virtualnuggets.com/ibm-sterling-integrator.html Follow us: http://ibmsterlingb2bintegratortraining.blogspot.in/ We provide training for almost all IT technologies i.e.; IBM, TIBCO, ORACLE, SAP, QlikView, HYPERION, Microsoft Dynamics and etc, contact us if you have any particular need. We also provide Customizing Training according to attendees Requirement. And Lab will be provided during session Hours. Thanks a bunch in advance for accepting our services.
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India
Course Topics • BPM Introduction • Positioning BPM in the enterprise • BPM standards • Building the basic business process • Oracle BPM studio Introduction • Business Process activities • PBL basics • Define Organization structure, roles, participants • Process Simulation • Use of BPM workspace • Screen Flows • Sub processes • Integrating o database components o Java o Web services • Deploy process • View on Oracle BPM enterprise edition
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Type Computer Oracle Apps DBA Online Training by Keen IT Technologies. Our training includes Oracle application overview,components,architecture,installation,administration,patching,monitoring and trouble shooting at the end of the oracle apps dba training you will get the brief knowledge and we will give project support service by experts. Architecture • Introduction to Oracle 11i E-Business Suite • Oracle Applications Overview • Oracle Applications File System Installations • Overview of installation process • installing and configuring Oracle Application 11i using single Node install • installing and configuring Oracle Application 11i using Multi Node install Patch Administrations • Patching Activities • Creating a Patch • Running Patches • Patching history Database System Administrator • Managing Application Security • Managing Concurrent programs and Reports • Administering Concurrent Managers Maintaining Oracle Applications Utilities • what are the AD Utilities? • using AD Administration • using other AD Utilities
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Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)
HR Practical Training & Placement Support, training on PF,Payroll, ESI, PMS, Laws & 85 Core HR Topics. - Lucknow During the training candidates will be given exposure on Compliances:EPF, ESI (Employee’s State Insurance) - Calculations, Various Forms, Challans & Returns, Gratuity (Central) Act, Equal Remuneration Act, Workmen Compensation Act, Various other Legal Acts, Rules & Regulations Payroll:Salary Components, Designing CTC, Salary Processing, Attendance System Full & Final Settlement, Professional & Income Tax, TDS, LOP, HRIS, Practical Exposure on processing salaries by Payroll Software Other HR Functions:Performance Management & Appraisal System, SWOT Analysis, Appointment & other Letters, training and Induction, Ice Breakers, HR Jargons, HR Dashboard & HR Balance Score card, HR Audits, Attrition Management, ER Management Recruiter:Recruitment Policy and Implementation, Manpower Planning, Pre-Screening Interviews, RPO, Post Recruitment & Joining Documentation, Headhunting, Job Portals & other Recruitment Channels, Life Cycle of Recruitment Process, Recruitment Tracker, Recruitment Process Metrics, KRA’s, TAT, SLA, Blue Collar Recruitment --- 100% Placement Assistance and Support --- 100% Placement Assistance and Support -- Practical Knowledge of all Core HR activities - All 85 topic’s practically covered Anurag Mishra (HR-recruiter) ALS Staffing Pvt. Ltd., 2nd Floor, A.M.Tower Khurram Nagar, Lucknow, Lucknow City Mob:
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Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh)
Type Human Resource Practical Training HR Practical Training & Placement Support, training on PF,Payroll, ESI, PMS, Laws & 85 Core HR Topics. - Lucknow During the training candidates will be given exposure on Compliances:EPF, ESI (Employee’s State Insurance) - Calculations, Various Forms, Challans & Returns, Gratuity (Central) Act, Equal Remuneration Act, Workmen Compensation Act, Various other Legal Acts, Rules & Regulations Payroll:Salary Components, Designing CTC, Salary Processing, Attendance System Full & Final Settlement, Professional & Income Tax, TDS, LOP, HRIS, Practical Exposure on processing salaries by Payroll Software Recruiter:Recruitment Policy and Implementation, Manpower Planning, Pre-Screening Interviews, RPO, Post Recruitment & Joining Documentation, Headhunting, Job Portals & other Recruitment Channels, Life Cycle of Recruitment Process, Recruitment Tracker, Recruitment Process Metrics, KRA’s, TAT, SLA, Blue Collar Recruitment Other HR Functions:Performance Management & Appraisal System, SWOT Analysis, Appointment & other Letters, training and Induction, Ice Breakers, HR Jargons, HR Dashboard & HR Balance Score card, HR Audits, Attrition Management, ER Management --- 100% Placement Assistance and Support -- Practical Knowledge of all Core HR activities - All 85 topic’s practically covered --FEEL FREE TO CONTACT FOR MORE INFO. AM Tower, 2nd Floor, Khurram Nagar Crossing, Lucknow- Mob-
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Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu)
Type Computer Android Training @ Accent Technosoft, Coimbatore ATS’s Android development courses provide a comprehensive way for programmers and engineers to quickly get up-to-speed on the Android platform and on writing apps for Android devices. Our Android development training provides the fundamentals of adapting to Android and will help your team increase quality, while reducing time-to-market. Android developer training for those looking for an introduction to the basics of programming for the Android platform. This Android development course will help you quickly get up-to-speed with Android development and writing apps for Android devices. Introduction to programming for the Android platform training course is geared towards those interested in quickly getting up to speed with writing apps for Android devices. You will receive hands on Android training. You will learn the basics of Android platform. You will get to understand the Android application lifecycle. By the end of the course, you will be able to write simple Android GUI applications, use built-in widgets and components, run multiple activities at the same time and much more. This is a pefect course to get started with Android programming. Our training is geared towards ‘increasing employability’ Contact: Angeline – , Accent Techno Soft #203, Nehru Street, Ram Nagar, Gandhipuram, Coimbatore-.
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Freshers Placement Assistance Training institute at Marathalli. • Application fundamentals • Activities and tasks • Components and layouts Module II Working with resources • Android layouts and views • Handling user interaction events • Grouping, accessing of resources Module III Creating menus • Styles and themes • Creating dialogs • Adding menus and icons Module IV Notifying the users • Debugging android applications • Intent and intent filters • Toast, Status bar, dialog notification Module V Multimedia in android • Multimedia supported audio formats • Simple media playback • Supported video formats Module VI sql database • Introducing sqlite • Sqlite open helper and creating a database • Opening and closing a database Module VII Basic content providers • Content provider mime types • Searching for content • Adding, changing, and removing content Module VIII Graphics and Animations • Drawing graphics in android • Drawing with xml • Canvas drawing best practice Module IX Animations • Programmatically creating animations • Introducing tweened animations • Applying tweened animations Module X Accessing android hardware • Using the media apis • Using the camera • Using the accelerometer and compass • Using bluetooth Thanks&Regards Elegant IT Services, #nd Floor,Aswath Nagar Varthur main road,Near Railway Fly Over Maratha halli,Land mark: Chemmunar Jewellers, Bangalore - .Ph:-/87
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Type Computer ADVANCED C PROGRAMMING WITH LINUX Module Description A Tutorial Introduction • C as system Programming Language • Variables and Arithmetic Expressions • The for Statement • Symbolic Contents • Character Input and Output • Arrays • Functions • Arguments- Call by Value • Character Arrays • External Variables and Scope Types, Operators and Expression • Variable Names • Data Types and Sizes • Constants • Declarations • C Operators • Precedence and Order of Evaluation Control Flow • Statement and Blocks • If-Else • Else-If • Loops-While and for • Loops-Do-while • Break and Continue Function and Program Structure • Basics of Functions • Function and Returning Non-integers • External Variables • Scope Rules • Header Files • Static Variables • Register Variables • Block Structure • Initialization • Recursion • The C Processor Pointers and Arrays • Pointers and Addresses • Pointer and Function Arguments • Pointer and Arrays • Address Arithmetic • Character Pointers and Functions • Pointer Arrays: Pointer to Pointers • Multi-dimensional Arrays • Initialization of Pointer Arrays • Pointer vs. Multi-dimensional Arrays • Command-line Arguments • Pointer to Functions • Complicated Declaration Structure • Basic of Structure • Structure and Function • Arrays of Structure • Pointer to Structure • Self-referential Structure • Typedef • Unions • Bit-fields Input and Output • Standard Input and Output • Formatted Output-Print f • Variable-length Argument Lists • Formatted Input-Scan f • File Access Eligility: Professionals/MCA/Engg/BCA/BSc Students with bare minimum knowledge of C programming and Operating system fundamentals. Note: Laptops with Ubuntu or any other linux variant is mandatory. Who should attend the Course? 1. What will I gain after finishing this course? You will learn all basic components of Linux kernel and the Linux kernel architecture.You will get to know how to contribute towards Linux kernel development. 2. Will I be able to write device drivers after this course? Yes, However you need to know that device drivers are not only software modules, they interact with real hardware. For e.g, If you are writing a driver for an ADC, then you need to know all details of ADC. 3. How will this course help me in my career? Today, there is huge demand for Linux kernel developers in the industry. Linux is widely ported operating system in the world. It has been ported to desktops, mobile phones, wrist watches and even for card swipe terminals. 4. Is this just a weekend course? Is this a crash course? Yes and No. It depends upon students. The schedule can be decided by the students. Note that learning is a slow process with loads of study activities in the background. Contact: DHS Informatics Pvt. Ltd. nd Floor, Annam Plaza, 8th F Main, 3rd Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore - . Cell: +
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Type Computer Android Training institute in Yelahanka Bangalore | Mobile Application Development Training In Yelahanka Banglore CARE Technologies is one of the pioneers in software training. We delivered the training for many individuals, groups, and corporations. We prioritize to give our best quality of training and further assistance. You have complete freedom to customize course topics and time. Online training is a good experience and a generation ahead.. Register yourself for unbelievable prices. COURSE CONTENTS: Module I Getting started with android Application fundamentals Activities and tasks Components and layouts Module II Working with resources Android layouts and views Handling user interaction events Grouping, accessing of resources Module III Creating menus Styles and themes Creating dialogs Adding menus and icons Module IV Notifying the users Debugging android applications Intent and intent filters Toast, Status bar, dialog notification Module V Multimedia in android Multimedia supported audio formats Simple media playback Supported video formats Module VI sql database Introducing sqlite Sqlite open helper and creating a database Opening and closing a database Module VII Basic content providers Content provider mime types Searching for content Adding, changing, and removing content Module VIII Graphics and Animations Drawing graphics in android Drawing with xml Canvas drawing best practice Module IX Animations Programmatically creating animations Introducing tweened animations Applying tweened animations Module X Accessing android hardware Using the media apis Using the camera Using the accelerometer and compass Using bluetooth Using Wifi Module XI File Saving State and Preferences Module XII Geocoding and Location Based Services Maps Finding Current Location Module XIII Telephony and SMS Module XIV Sensors Module XV Web Services JSON Parser XML Parser Condition Applies* For More Information contact: Mr. Joshi - VTHREESOFT TECHNOLOGIES Yelahanka New Town Bus stop. Bangalore -
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Bangalore (Karnataka)
Android Training institute in Yelahanka Bangalore | Mobile Application Development Training In Yelahanka Banglore CARE Technologies is one of the pioneers in software training. We delivered the training for many individuals, groups, and corporations. We prioritize to give our best quality of training and further assistance. You have complete freedom to customize course topics and time. Online training is a good experience and a generation ahead.. Register yourself for unbelievable prices. COURSE CONTENTS: Module I Getting started with android Application fundamentals Activities and tasks Components and layouts Module II Working with resources Android layouts and views Handling user interaction events Grouping, accessing of resources Module III Creating menus Styles and themes Creating dialogs Adding menus and icons Module IV Notifying the users Debugging android applications Intent and intent filters Toast, Status bar, dialog notification Module V Multimedia in android Multimedia supported audio formats Simple media playback Supported video formats Module VI sql database Introducing sqlite Sqlite open helper and creating a database Opening and closing a database Module VII Basic content providers Content provider mime types Searching for content Adding, changing, and removing content Module VIII Graphics and Animations Drawing graphics in android Drawing with xml Canvas drawing best practice Module IX Animations Programmatically creating animations Introducing tweened animations Applying tweened animations Module X Accessing android hardware Using the media apis Using the camera Using the accelerometer and compass Using bluetooth Using Wifi Module XI File Saving State and Preferences Module XII Geocoding and Location Based Services Maps Finding Current Location Module XIII Telephony and SMS Module XIV Sensors Module XV Web Services JSON Parser XML Parser Condition Applies* For More Information contact: Mr. Joshi - VTHREESOFT TECHNOLOGIES Yelahanka New Town Bus stop. Bangalore -
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