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Oracle Utilities: Configuration Tools for PSRM v2.4: GUI

Course Details
Code: D84714GC20
Tuition (USD): $4,620.00 • Virtual (5 days)
Course Details
GSA (USD): $3,661.21 • Virtual (5 days)

The Configuration Tools for Public Sector Revenue Management (PSRM) - GUI training is intended for developers who want to create upgradeable and extendable solutions for Oracle Public Sector products. Concepts discussed include maintenance objects, business objects, inheritance, lifecycle, and access rights. These concepts can be applied to all Oracle Utilities applications that utilize Framework 4.2 or later. Finally, all exercises are focused toward the Public Sector Revenue Management application.

Learn To:

  • Differentiate between the zone types.
  • Describe common dialog and design patterns.
  • Set up portals and query zones.
  • Use BPA scripts to extend functionality within your zones.
  • Enforce Zone security.
  • Export and import bundled objects.

Benefits to You:

Throughout the course, you will be exposed to the benefits of user interface customization without the need to know Java programming. You will learn about the different types of zones available; as well as common maintenance patterns and options. Hands-on practice reinforce concepts that show you how to build portals, zones, and scripts to expand the usability of the application.

Live Virtual Class Format

A Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

Skills Gained

  • Understand how to use Information Zones.
  • Understand the difference between zone types
  • Set up portals and query zones.
  • Understand what a UI Map and what it holds.
  • Set up a zone that displays a business object using HTML.
  • Set up a zone that displays multiple business objects using HTML.
  • Set up a BPA script that captures data on a UI Map.
  • Set up a UI map to capture filter values for Info and Query Zones.
  • Add links to the zone header bar that a user can use to transfer to other pages or to initiate BPA scripts.
  • Understand common dialog patterns.
  • Understand the requirements to extend the system if an implementation adds new elements to the base-package business objects.
  • Enable revision control functionality for a maintenance object.
  • Operate the change reversion functionality.
  • Enable bundling functionality for a new maintenance object.
  • Export and import a bundle of objects.

Who Can Benefit

  • Data Warehouse Developer
  • Database Administrators
  • Developer
  • Portal Developer
  • Support Engineer
  • System Integrator
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant


  • Understand an XML document
  • Experience in the use of the relevant Oracle product
  • Knowledge of basic database concepts

Course Details

Information Zones

  • Overview
  • Portals and Zones
  • Explorer Zones: Common Features
  • Zone Help
  • End-User Filters
  • Hyperlinks, BPA Launching, and Broadcasting
  • Dragging and Dropping
  • Work Lists

Query Zones

  • Configurable Query Zones
  • Security and Menu Access
  • Zone Types and Zones
  • Dynamic SQL
  • Portal Preferences
  • Query and Info Zone Differences
  • Zone Security
  • Validating Filter Values using Service Scripts

UI Maps

  • HTML Primer
  • HTML: Basic Elements
  • JavaScript: Basic Elements
  • User Interface Maps: HTML and XML
  • Suppressing Zones using Service Scripts
  • HTML Fragments
  • Populating the Dashboard
  • Consistency

BPA Scripts

  • Invoking BPA Scripts
  • The BPA Area
  • BPA Step Types
  • The Implications of Common Dialogs
  • Scripts and UI Maps
  • Pop-Ups Versus Page Area
  • Access Rights
  • Advanced BPA Script Features

Additional UI Features and Tools

  • Auditing Inquiries
  • UI Maps and Explorer Zones
  • Implementing Pop-Up Searches
  • Actions in Explorers
  • Adding Links in Zone Headers
  • Overriding Base-Product Zone Parameter Values
  • Help Text
  • Duplicating Zones

Maintenance Patterns

  • All-in-One Portal
  • Separate Search Portal
  • Log Zones
  • The Anatomy of a Maintenance Dialog
  • Preventing the Proliferation of Metadata Objects
  • Separate Maintenance Portals
  • Agnostic Add and Edit BPA Scripts
  • Post-Processing Service Scripts

Revision Control

  • Using Revision Control
  • Revision Control Objects
  • Revision Control Configuration
  • Functionality Summary
  • Implementing Revision Control for other MOs


  • How to Export and Import
  • The Order of Entities
  • Bundling Configuration
  • Bundle MOs and BOs