PeopleSoft Integration Tools II Rel 8.53

  • Tuition USD $3,696
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 1172 Ratings
  • Course Code D85566GC10
  • Duration 4 days
  • Available Formats Virtual

PeopleSoft Integration Tools II expands on the skills acquired in PeopleSoft Integration Tools I. In this 4-day course, you"ll learn how to integrate with third-party systems by providing and consuming web services. You will also learn how to create and implement REST web services.

Learn To:

  • Provide and consume web services.
  • Use additional testing utilities, including Send Master and SoapUI.
  • Create and use documents for integrations.
  • Provide and consume REST web services with third-party systems.
Benefits To You:

Ensure smooth and efficient integrations of your PeopleSoft applications with other PeopleSoft databases and third-party systems to help your organization quickly adapt to competitive and customer challenges.

Web Services

You'll learn to publish services with PeopleSoft as the service provider and consume services available from third-party systems.

Documents and Restful Web Services

Enrolling in this course will give you hands-on experience creating documents, document templates, and REST web services.

Skills Gained

  • Provide and consume web services with third-party systems
  • Test service operations and web services
  • Create and use documents for integrations
  • Create and use REST web services
  • Configure PeopleSoft Integration Broker

Who Can Benefit

  • Administrator
  • Developer
  • Implementer
  • Network Administrator
  • Systems Administrator

Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisite

  • PeopleSoft PeopleCode Rel 8.53 Ed 1
  • Working knowledge of PeopleCode

Required Prerequisite

  • PeopleSoft Integration Tools I Rel 8.53 Ed 1
  • Working knowledge of Integration Broker
  • Working knowledge of the Application Designer

Course Details

Topics

  • Technology Overview
    • Describing the Integration Network
    • Describing Web Services
    • Describing Test Utilities
    • Describing Document Technology
    • Describing Restful Web Services
    • How to find information about PeopleSoft products in PeopleSoft online help
  • Configuring Integration Broker
    • Reviewing Intergration Broker
    • Reviewing the Integration Network WorkCenter
  • Providing and Consuming Web Services
    • Integrating with Third-Party Systems
    • Providing Web Services
    • Testing Service Operations Using soapUI
    • Consuming Web Services
    • Creating a Mock Web Service for Testing
  • Testing Service Operations
    • Describing the Send Master Utility
    • Identifying the Send Master Project Types
    • Creating an Integration Broker Project
    • Testing SOAP Messages
  • Creating Documents
    • Describing Document Technology
    • Describing Document Components
    • Setting Document Options
    • Using Document Builder
    • Adding Documents
    • Adding Primitives
    • Adding Compound Elements
    • Adding Collections
  • Managing Formatted Documents
    • Defining Schema Details
    • Exporting Documents
    • Testing Documents
    • Managing Relational-Formatted Documents
    • Mapping JSON Documents
  • Populating and Retrieving Document Data
    • Describing Document Classes
    • Populating a Document with Data
    • Retrieving Data from a Document
    • Adding Routings
  • Using Document Utilities
    • Testing a Document Schema
    • Creating Document from Schema
    • Updating Target Location
    • Validating Document References to Metadata
  • Maintaining Documents
    • Copying Documents
    • Renaming and Deleting Documents
    • Securing Documents
    • Migrating Documents
  • Creating Document-Based Service Operations
    • Creating Document Messages
    • Creating Document-Based Service Operations
    • Publishing a Document-Based Asynchronous Service Operation
    • Creating the Service Operation Handler
  • Describing RESTful Web Services
    • Describing Web Services
    • Describing Service Oriented Architecture
    • Describing Resource Oriented Architecture
    • Describing ROA Properties
  • Designing RESTful Web Services
    • Designing a REST Service
    • Setting Up REST Web Service Target Location
    • Creating a Document Template
    • Creating a Document Message Template
  • Creating a REST Service and GET Service Operations
    • Creating a REST Service
    • Defining the REST Resource
    • Defining Default Service Operation
  • Creating Handlers for REST Service Operations
    • Creating a REST Handler
    • Creating a GET Handler in HTML Format
    • Adding the Handler to Service Operation
  • Creating and Testing Other HTTP Methods
    • Creating POST and PUT Service Operations
    • Adding Header Information
    • Creating DELETE Service Operation
    • Testing REST Service Operations in Handler Tester
    • Testing REST Service Operations in Send Master
  • Providing REST Services
    • Providing REST Service
    • Using the WADL to Consume a Web Service
    • Migrating REST Service Definitions to Another PeopleSoft Database
  • Consuming REST Services
    • Consuming a REST Service
    • Creating a Consumer REST Service
    • Invoking REST Web Service
  • Describing the Integration Network
  • Describing Web Services
  • Describing Test Utilities
  • Describing Document Technology
  • Describing Restful Web Services
  • How to find information about PeopleSoft products in PeopleSoft online help

Configuring Integration Broker

  • Reviewing Intergration Broker
  • Reviewing the Integration Network WorkCenter

Providing and Consuming Web Services

  • Integrating with Third-Party Systems
  • Providing Web Services
  • Testing Service Operations Using soapUI
  • Consuming Web Services
  • Creating a Mock Web Service for Testing

Testing Service Operations

  • Describing the Send Master Utility
  • Identifying the Send Master Project Types
  • Creating an Integration Broker Project
  • Testing SOAP Messages

Creating Documents

  • Describing Document Technology
  • Describing Document Components
  • Setting Document Options
  • Using Document Builder
  • Adding Documents
  • Adding Primitives
  • Adding Compound Elements
  • Adding Collections

Managing Formatted Documents

  • Defining Schema Details
  • Exporting Documents
  • Testing Documents
  • Managing Relational-Formatted Documents
  • Mapping JSON Documents

Populating and Retrieving Document Data

  • Describing Document Classes
  • Populating a Document with Data
  • Retrieving Data from a Document
  • Adding Routings

Using Document Utilities

  • Testing a Document Schema
  • Creating Document from Schema
  • Updating Target Location
  • Validating Document References to Metadata

Maintaining Documents

  • Copying Documents
  • Renaming and Deleting Documents
  • Securing Documents
  • Migrating Documents

Creating Document-Based Service Operations

  • Creating Document Messages
  • Creating Document-Based Service Operations
  • Publishing a Document-Based Asynchronous Service Operation
  • Creating the Service Operation Handler

Describing RESTful Web Services

  • Describing Web Services
  • Describing Service Oriented Architecture
  • Describing Resource Oriented Architecture
  • Describing ROA Properties

Designing RESTful Web Services

  • Designing a REST Service
  • Setting Up REST Web Service Target Location
  • Creating a Document Template
  • Creating a Document Message Template

Creating a REST Service and GET Service Operations

  • Creating a REST Service
  • Defining the REST Resource
  • Defining Default Service Operation

Creating Handlers for REST Service Operations

  • Creating a REST Handler
  • Creating a GET Handler in HTML Format
  • Adding the Handler to Service Operation

Creating and Testing Other HTTP Methods

  • Creating POST and PUT Service Operations
  • Adding Header Information
  • Creating DELETE Service Operation
  • Testing REST Service Operations in Handler Tester
  • Testing REST Service Operations in Send Master

Providing REST Services

  • Providing REST Service
  • Using the WADL to Consume a Web Service
  • Migrating REST Service Definitions to Another PeopleSoft Database

Consuming REST Services

  • Consuming a REST Service
  • Creating a Consumer REST Service
  • Invoking REST Web Service

When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?

Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

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Most courses are conducted in English, unless otherwise specified. Some courses will have the word "FRENCH" marked in red beside the scheduled date(s) indicating the language of instruction.

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Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals, and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

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well organized and designed course. Tommy is good teacher and answer our all the questions

Course trainer was excellent, content was well organized. However, labs should be instructor lead versus on your own. Much time is wasted for newbees in getting acclimated to tool set, AWS environment, navigating and setting up things to complete tasks. This was my third class and I was barely able to finish most of the labs. (The first 2 classes I only finished one lab exercise for the 2 together.)

It was a pleasant experience from registration all through the course. I just wish they would have covered 100% of the material covered by the exam.

The course was very thorough and the instructor ensured that all the students were on the same page.

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