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Home > Training > WebSphere Process Server > WebSphere Process Server 6.2 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer Training

WebSphere Process Server 6.2 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer Training

Course#: WA1798

This course teaches the participants on how to build integration solutions using IBM WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) and IBM WebSphere Process Server 6.2. This class starts with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) basics and proceeds to using the tools to build SOA applications. Participants will learn about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model and the Service Data Objects (SDO) data model. The role of adapters when integrating disparate back ends is discussed and participants learn about the WID tooling in detail.

Topics

 
  • SOA Fundamentals
  • Advantages of SOA
  • Introduction to WebSphere Process Server (WPS) v6.2
  • Service Component Architecture (SCA)
  • Business Objects
  • Business Process Choreography
  • WebSphere Business Integration Adapters
  • WebSphere Adapters JCA
  • Mapping interfaces and Business Objects
  • Relationships
  • Business Rules
  • Selectors
  • Human Task Management
  • Basics of WebSphere Process Server Administration

What you will learn

  After completing this course, the student should be able to:
  • Describe the fundamentals of SOA
  • Understand the business advantages of SOA
  • Explain the SOA runtime element
  • WID fundamentals
  • Develop complex business processes using WS-BPEL v2.0
  • Develop a web based client for a business process
  • List the various tooling features in WID and use them to build integration solutions
  • Describe the various IBM Adapters available to integrate disparate systems
  • Explain the Java Connector Architecture (JCA) and learn to use JCA adapters
  • Learn to use the Human Tasks feature when developing Business Processes (BPEL)
  • Explain the Common Event Infrastructure (CEI)
  • Understand the basics of WebSphere Process Server administration

Audience

  This course is suitable for integration developers involved in integrating applications primarily by developing business processes, system administrators and other technical staff involved with working with a business process.

Prerequisites

  Experience or understanding in the areas of J2EE platform and distributed computing is strongly preferred.

Duration

  Five days

Outline of WA1798 WebSphere Process Server 6.2 Programming Using WebSphere Integration Developer Training

Chapter 1 - Introduction to WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) v6.2

 
  • WebSphere Integration Developer (WID) v6.2
  • SCA Basics
  • Wiring Example
  • Items Developed in WID
  • The Project Structure
  • Working With Shared Components
  • Using the IDE
  • The Test Server
  • The Build Process
  • Exporting Applications
  • Module Versioning
  • Summary
 

Chapter 2 - Service Component Architecture (SCA)

 
  • Need For a New Programming Model
  • SCA Vendor Support
  • SCA Basics
  • SCA Components
  • A Service Component
  • References and Wires
  • Wiring Example
  • Service Assembly Model
  • Example Assembly
  • Imports
  • Export
  • Example Import and Export
  • Summary
 

Chapter 3 - Binding and Protocol Translation

 
  • The Import Component
  • The Export Component
  • Introduction to Binding
  • Supported Binding Types
  • Implementing Protocol Translation Pattern
  • The Web Service Binding
  • Creating a Web Service Import
  • Creating a Web Service Export
  • Creating a New Web Service
  • Summary
 

Chapter 4 - Business Objects

 
  • What is a Business Object?
  • Creating a New Business Object
  • Editing a Business Object
  • Setting Field Multiplicity
  • Refactoring Business Objects
  • Private Business Object
  • Data Type Inheritance
  • SimpleType Inheritance
  • Abstract Business Object
  • Schema Wildcards
  • Specify Schema Restrictions
  • Business Object Validation
  • Best Practices
  • Accessing Business Objects Using SDO API
  • Using the SDO API
  • Summary
 

Chapter 5 - Service Interface Design

 
  • What is a Service Interface?
  • Uses of an Interface
  • The Structure of an Interface
  • Creating an Interface
  • The Interface Editor
  • SMO Body Type
  • Refactoring Interfaces
  • Summary
 

Chapter 6 - Introduction to Mediation Flow

 
  • What is a Mediation Flow?
  • Source and Target Operations
  • Message Flow Logic
  • Mediation Primitives
  • Anatomy of a Message
  • Developing a Mediation Flow
  • Routing Primitives
  • Transformation Primitives
  • Other Primitives
  • Subflow
  • Summary
 

Chapter 7 - Data Mapping

 
  • Introduction to Mapping
  • Choosing a Type of Mapping
  • Embedded or Standalone Mapping
  • Using Data Maps from a Mediation Flow
  • Create Embedded Map for a Mediation Flow
  • Root of a Map
  • Mapping Editor
  • Mapping Header and Context
  • Header Setter Primitives
  • Types of Data Transformations for XML Maps
  • Types of Array Data Transformations for XML Maps
  • Types of Data Transformations for Business Object Maps
  • Automatic Mapping
  • Using Map from Business Process
  • Creating a Standalone Map
  • Adding Objects to the Standalone Map
  • Substitution Groups
  • Mapping Schema Wildcards
  • Set Message Type Mediation Primitive
  • Message Element Setter Primitive
  • Need for Reverse Maps
  • Summary
 

Chapter 8 - Content-Based Routing

 
  • Routing in Mediation
  • Reasons to Perform Content-Based Routing
  • Routing Pattern
  • Refactoring to Implement Routing
  • Routing Primitives
  • Message Filter Primitive
  • Type Filter Primitive
  • Routing to Other Primitives
  • Summary
 

Chapter 9 - Introduction to WS-BPEL

 
  • Introduction to WS-BPEL
  • Goals of WS-BPEL
  • Main Components of a BPEL Document
  • Variables
  • Activities
  • Partner Link
  • Modeling Partnership in BPEL
  • Summary
 

Chapter 10 - Developing Business Process

 
  • Creating a Business Process
  • The Process Editor
  • Process Variables
  • Reference Partners
  • The Interface Partner
  • The Receive Activity
  • The Reply Activity
  • The Invoke Activity
  • The Assign Activity
  • Parallel Activity
  • The Choice Activity
  • While Loop
  • For Each Activity
  • Receive Choice
  • Timeout for Receive Choice
  • Defining Conditions
  • Assembling a Process
  • Summary
 

Chapter 11 - Interface Maps

 
  • Interface Maps
  • Creating an Interface Map
  • Adding Interfaces
  • Interface Map Editor
  • Types of Parameter Mappings
  • Using an Interface Map
  • Summary
 

Chapter 12 - Adapters

 
  • What is an Adapter?
  • Adapter and SOA
  • Adapter Example
  • The Adapter Pattern
  • Adapter Support from WID
  • Adapter Based Services
  • Advantages of Adapter Based Services
  • Generating Adapter Based Services
  • Outbound Processing
  • Inbound Processing
  • Enterprise Discovery
  • Case Study
  • Flat File Adapter
  • Inbound File Adapter
  • Configuring the Inbound Service
  • Outbound File Adapter
  • Configuring Outbound Service
  • Adapter Administration
  • Summary
 

Chapter 13 - Human Task Development

 
  • Introduction
  • Anatomy of a Task
  • Types of Human Tasks
  • Auxiliary Task Types
  • The BPC Explorer
  • To-do Task
  • Creating Inline To-do Task
  • Creating Standalone To-do Task
  • Creating Invocation Task
  • Creating a Collaboration Task
  • Editing Task Template
  • Dealing With Task Expiry
  • Providing GUI for Human Task
  • Customizing BPC Explorer
  • The Input Data Display JSP
  • Output Form JSP
  • Task Security
  • Escalation
  • Summary
 

Chapter 14 - Business Rules

 
  • Introduction to Business Rule
  • Example Use Cases
  • Key Components of a Business Rule
  • Steps to Create Business Rules
  • Design the Service Interface
  • Create the Rule Group
  • Create a Rule Set
  • Anatomy of a Rule Set
  • Create a Decision Table
  • Anatomy of a Decision Table
  • Advanced Condition Design
  • Configuring Rule Group
  • Business Rule Template
  • Rule Set Template
  • Decision Table Template
  • Business Rules Manager (BRM)
  • Using the BRM Tool
  • Summary
 

Chapter 15 - Selectors

 
  • Introduction to Selector
  • How Do Selectors Work?
  • Creating a Selector
  • Choosing Source of Date and Time
  • Wiring a Selector
  • Summary
 

Chapter 16 - Messaging Bindings

 
  • Messaging Binding Choices
  • Publishing a JMS Message
  • Consuming a JMS Message
  • Function Selectors
  • JMS Import Binding Configuration
  • Message Correlation in Import
  • JMS Export Binding Configuration
  • Message Correlation on Export
  • Working with Native MQ Binding
  • MQ Import Configuration
  • MQ Export Configuration
  • Messaging in WebSphere Environments
  • Default Messaging
  • Service Integration Bus
  • Service Integration Bus
  • WebSphere MQ
  • Which To Use?
  • Default Messaging JMS Configuration
  • Relationship Between Default Messaging Components
  • WebSphere MQ JMS Configuration
  • Relationship Between MQ Messaging Components
  • Summary
 

Chapter 17 - Asynchronous Interaction with a Process

 
  • One-way Operation Invocation
  • Starting a Long Running Process
  • Request with Deferred Response Pattern
  • Callback in BPEL
  • Steps to Implementing Callback
  • Correlation in BPEL
  • Additional Uses of Callbacks
  • Event Handling from a Process
  • Event Handler Details
  • Advanced Event Handling Topics
  • Summary
 

Chapter 18 - Error Handling in Business Process

 
  • Error Handling in a Service
  • Designing Faults
  • Error Handling in a Process
  • Fault Handler
  • Raising Faults in a Process
  • The Rethrow Activity
  • Sending a Fault Using Reply Activity
  • The Terminate Activity
  • Guidelines for Error Handling
  • Summary
 

Chapter 19 - Transaction and Compensation

 
  • Transaction Basics
  • Challenges to Transaction in Business Process
  • Transaction and Microflow
  • Transaction in Long Running Process
  • Grouping Activities in a Transaction
  • Transaction Behavior
  • Creating a Transaction Group
  • Transaction and Parallel Activities
  • Transaction Context Propagation
  • Enabling Transaction Propagation
  • Controlling Context Propagation
  • Introduction to Compensation
  • Compensation in a Microflow
  • Additional Notes About Microflow
  • Compensation in a Long Running Process
  • Example Compensation
  • Adding Compensation to a Process
  • Compensation and Process Variables
  • Summary
 

Chapter 20 - Relationship Service

 
  • Introduction
  • Static Relationship
  • Creating Static Relationship
  • Using Static Relationship in a Map
  • Dynamic Relationship
  • Context and Verb
  • Object Creation Scenario
  • Object Update Scenario
  • Business Graph
  • Creating a Dynamic Relationship
  • Designing the Service Interfaces
  • Using the Dynamic Relationship
  • Assembling the Application
  • Setting the Verb at Runtime
  • Summary
 

Chapter 21 - Process Error Recovery

 
  • Introduction
  • Automated Recovery
  • Manual Recovery
  • What Can Go Wrong?
  • Why Instances Fail?
  • Web Service Invocation Failure
  • SCA Invocation Failure
  • Analyzing and Recovering Failed Events
  • Synchronous SCA Invocation Failure
  • Infrastructure Failure
  • Recovering from Internal Failure
  • Configure BPC Container
  • Guidelines
  • Review Questions
  • Review Answers
  • Summary
 

Chapter 22 - Process Versioning

 
  • Introduction to Versioning
  • Versioning Support in Process Server
  • Creating a New Version of a Process
  • Invoking the New Version of a Process
  • Early Binding
  • Late Binding
  • Creating a Proxy Process
  • Using the Proxy Process
  • Discontinuing the Old Process
  • Summary
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