WB712: Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 – II
DURATION: 5 days
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This 5-day instructor-led course teaches students how to build and deploy process integration solutions using IBM WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Integration Developer, and WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.
This course is a continuation of course Developing Applications for IBM WebSphere Process Server V7 – I (WB711) / (VB711). In that course, students learn the basics of the service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach to business process management and build an end-to-end process integration solution. In this course, students extend the functionality of that solution to accommodate additional process integration scenarios.
This basic course is designed for system administrators, integration specialists, application developers, business process developers, support engineers, and technical sales and marketing professionals.
Through instructor-led presentations and hands-on lab exercises, students learn about the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model and runtime environment, XML (business object) support, Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) handlers, business state machines, and SCA transactions. Students also learn about business process dynamicity and flexibility, relationships, mediation primitives, SCA versioning, WebSphere Integration Developer test environment capabilities, approaches to securing SCA applications, and team development environments.
In the intensive hands-on lab exercises, students design, develop, and test comprehensive process integration solutions. Students use WebSphere Integration Developer to create solutions using the Service Component Architecture (SCA) programming model, the Service Data Object (SDO) data model, and the mediation flow programming model, deploy these solutions to the WebSphere Process Server runtime environment, and test them in the WebSphere Integration Developer integrated test environment.
The course also introduces students to iterative (model-driven) application development using WebSphere Business Modeler. In a hands-on lab exercise, students learn how to export a business model from WebSphere Business Modeler, import the application into WebSphere Integration Developer, modify the application, export the changes, and import the modifications back into WebSphere Business Modeler.