Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration II

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Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration II


5 Days

What you will learn

The focus of this class is to introduce how to distribute Oracle Application Server components in different enterprise

topologies to provide and maintain high availability, and scalability.Optimize performance and reduce risks by learning

about recommended enterprise topologies, high availability, and disaster recovery features in Oracle Application Server

( Students learn about installing and maintaining high availability implementations such as OracleAS Cold

Failover Cluster (Infrastructure), OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Middle Tier), OracleAS Cluster (Portal). The

participants access and use Oracle Application Server monitoring and management tools. This course counts towards

the Hands-on course requirement for the Oracle Application Server 10g Administrator Certification. Only instructor-led

inclass or instructor-led online formats of this course will meet the Certification Hands-on Requirement. Self Study

CD-Rom and Knowledge Center courses are excellent study and reference tools but DO NOT meet the Hands-on

Requirement for certification.

Cloning and staging of Oracle Application Server

Configuring and managing OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache)

Deploying OracleAS Forms, Oracle Reports, and OracleBI Discoverer to Oracle Application Server

Configuring and managing OracleAS Cluster (OC4J)

Administering OracleAS Forms, Oracle Reports, OracleBI Discoverer

Configuring and managing OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management)


Sales Consultants

Support Engineer

Technical Consultant

Web Administrator


Required Prerequisites

Oracle Application Server 10g R2: Administration I

Suggested Prerequisites

Working experience with LINUX operating system

Course Objectives

Choose the deployment topology that fits your needs

Describe high availability and scalability features available in Oracle Application Server 10g

Install OracleAS Infrastructure using a distributed environment

Choose the appropriate failover strategy according to their business needs

Manage OracleAS Reports Services, OracleAS Forms Services and OracleAS Discoverer

Reconfigure Oracle Application Server 10g

Configure and use monitoring tools provided with Oracle Application Server


Course Topics


Course Discussion

Managing Customized Oracle Application Server Topologies

What is Enterprise Deployment Architecture?

What are the Benefits of Enterprise Deployment

What are the Key Considerations in Implementing EDA?

Standard Enterprise Deployment Topologies

Implementing Enterprise Security Infrastructure Topology

Implementing Enterprise J2EE Topology

Implementing Enterprise Portal Topology

Cloning and Staging Oracle Application Server

Cloning Oracle Application Server Instances: Overview

Cloning Process

Cloning: General Considerations and Limitations

Customizing the Cloning Process

Understanding Test to Production of Middle Tier (Staging): Overview

Moving J2EE Applications from Test Middle Tier to New Production Environment

Moving OracleAS Portal Metadata from Test to Production

Moving Applications from a Test Middle Tier with IM and a Product Metadata to an Existing Production with IM

Distributing Oracle Application Server Infrastructure Components

Selecting Different Infrastructure Installation Types

Installing Multiple Metadata Repositories

Installing OracleAS Infrastructure by Using an Existing Oracle Database

Installing OracleAS Metadata Repository in an Existing Database

Installing OracleAS Infrastructure by Using an Existing Oracle Internet Directory

Upgrading a Distributed Oracle Application Server Environment

Upgrading Transitions: Three Paths

OracleAS Infrastructure Upgrade

Reconfiguring Middle-Tier Instances

Expanding a Middle-Tier Installation

Differences between Installing and Expanding a Middle Tier

Configuring OracleAS Web Cache After Installation

Associating a J2EE and Web Cache Installation with OracleAS Infrastructure

Configuring Portal After Installation

Configuring Forms and Reports Services After Installation

Configuring and Disabling Components

De-config Tool

Administering OracleBI Discoverer in Oracle Application Server

Configuring OracleBI Discoverer

Controlling the Discoverer Service

Configuring OracleBI Discoverer Plus

Configuring OracleBI Discoverer Viewer

Configuring Discoverer Portlet Provider

Discoverer Catalog, EUL, and OLAP Catalog

Managing Discoverer Catalog

OracleBI Discoverer EUL Command Line for Java

Administering Oracle Reports in Oracle Application Server

OracleAS Reports Services Architecture

Configuring Reports Server

Configuring Additional Reports Server Settings

Controlling Access and Registering with OracleAS Portal

Deploying Reports - Paper and Web Layouts

Deploying a Reports Application Using OC4J_BI_Forms

Advantages of Key Mapping

Administering Forms Applications in Oracle Application Server

OracleAS Forms Services Communication Flow

Performing Configuration Tasks

Application Server Control: Managing OracleAS Forms Services

Configuring Run-Time Pooling

Configuring JVM Pooling

Configuring Forms Trace

Configuring Environment Variables with Application Server Control

Deploying OracleAS Forms Applications

Diagnosing Oracle Application Server

Introduction to Oracle Application Server Logging

Creating and Managing the Diagnostic Message Database Repository

Configuring Component Logging Options

Starting and Stopping Log Loader

Searching the Log Repository

Enabling ODL Messages with Oracle HTTP Server

Configuring OC4J to Produce ODL Messages

Enabling ECIDs with OC4J

Tuning the Oracle Application Server Middle Tier

Performance Tuning Methodology

Comparison of Monitoring Tools

Monitoring Oracle HTTP Server

Configuring OC4J for Performance

OC4J-Specific Tips for Tuning EJBs

Factors that Affect the Caching Efficiency

Cache Size Determination

Invalidation Performance Considerations

Oracle Application Server High Availability Solutions

Oracle Application Server Clustering Types

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Infrastructure)

OracleAS Cluster: Overview

Types of OracleAS Cluster

OracleAS Cluster: Terminology

Load-Balancing Algorithms Used by mod_oc4j

High Availability and State Replication

OracleAS Cluster (Portal): Overview

Configuring and Managing OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache)

OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache): Concepts

How OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache) Works

Configuring OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache)

Dynamic Membership in Oracle Cluster (Web Cache)

Invalidation in OracleAS Cluster (Web Cache)

Session-Binding (Stateful Load Balancing)

Configuring and Managing OracleAS Cluster (OC4J)

Initiating an OracleAS Farm Using a File-Based Repository

Configuring DCM-Managed OracleAS Cluster

Managing OracleAS Cluster

Configuring State Replication

Improving Availability of the File-Based Repository

Installing OracleAS Cluster (Portal)

Configuring OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Infrastructure)

High Availability: Terminology

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster Infrastructure: Normal Mode

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster Infrastructure: Failover Mode

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster Example

Configuring OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Middle-Tier)

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Middle-Tier)

Installing OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Middle-Tier)

Post installation Tasks

Reconfigure Components to Use the Virtual IP Address

Actions at Failover

OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Web Cache)

Installing and Configuring OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management)

Active Failover Cluster

OracleAS Infrastructure Active-Active Configurations in Release 2

OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management)

OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management): Load Balancer Configuration

OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management) 10.1.2: Installation and Configuration

Installing Distributed OracleAS Cluster (Identity Management)

Oracle Internet Directory Service Replication

Metadata Repository in an Existing RAC Database

Oracle Application Server Disaster Recovery

OracleAS Disaster Recovery:Modes of Operation

Disaster Recovery Setup: Overview

Implementing in an Existing Production Site

Configuring Port and Storage Symmetry

Moving Oracle Inventory to Shared Disk

Implementing with New Production and Standby

Disk Replication Setup and Synchronization Frequency

Failover Operations

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