Code: 
D85409
Duration: 
3 Day(s)
Price: 
£1500

Overview

This RPAS Administration and Configuration Fundamentals training introduces you to the features and functions of the RPAS Configuration Tools. Expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to employ the tools to create solutions that meet the specific needs of the retail customer.

Duration: 5 days

Audience

  • Functional Implementer
  • Technical Administrator
  • Technical Consultant
  • Business Analysts
  • System Analysts
  • Sales Consultants
  • Database Administrators

Skills Gained

  • Create new and modify existing configurations.
  • Navigate the user interface.
  • Turn assessed client needs into functional solutions using the configuration tools.
  • Identify the key RPAS components on the supported OS platforms.
  • Create and modify RPAS user and group accounts.
  • Identify the supported server and client operating systems.
  • Administer the RPAS batch process.
  • Describe the purpose of ODBC server/client functionality
  • Administer RPAS functions using both client-based and command line utilities.

Benefits to You

Better understand the configuration options so that you can make improved decisions duration your implementation. Leverage the best practice suggestions for working with the RPAS Server, Fusion Client and configuration tools to better optimize implementation efficiency.

Explore RPAS Tools

Once an RPAS application is built and in production, its day-to-day functionality is maintained by the RPAS Administrator. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive look at the many tools and utilities used by the Administrator for installing, maintaining and troubleshooting an RPAS application domain. Taking this course will also help you explore the configuration of the Activity Task Flow, which is required when using the RPAS Fusion Client.

Prerequisites

  • Scripting Knowledge
  • Command Line Knowledge

Course Specifics

Course Outline

Application Overview

  • Describe the high level functions of the RPAS application
  • Describe the highlights of the navigational options
  • Explain at a high level the user interface and login procedures
  • Identify RPAS's place in the Oracle Retail solution footprint

Physical Architecture

  • Describe typical database sizing issues
  • Explain B-Tree Array Sizing
  • List the minimum requirements for RPAS

Application Architecture

  • Define the purpose of hierarchies, measures, and rules
  • Describe the RPAS directory structure
  • Distinguish the differences between relational and mulitidimensional databases
  • Explain how RPAS is extended through the use of APIs
  • Identify RPAS software requirements
  • Name the major RPAS components and their function

Installation

  • Explain the installation verification for UNIX
  • Identify the major Unix components for RPAS
  • Identify the major Windows components for RPAS
  • Perform the installation verification for Windows

RPAS Configuration Manager

  • Purpose and Functionality of the RPAS Configuration Tools
  • Basic Componenets of the RPAS Applications that are Configurable
  • Configuration Manager User Interface Features
  • Project and Solution Relationships
  • Project and Solution Roles in Relation to the RPAS Applications
  • RPAS Configuration Steps

Projects

  • Define a Project
  • Simple and Global Domains
  • Create a Project
  • Open Existing Projects
  • Saving Projects
  • Relationships between Project Solutions

Solutions

  • Define a Solution
  • Create a Solution
  • Types of Infomation Stored at the Solution Level
  • Move Solutions using theConfiguration Manager

Hierarchies and Dimensions

  • Explain the Relationships
  • Hierarchy Functions
  • CLND Requirements
  • Work with Branches
  • Work with Properties
  • Define Dimension Properties

Rule Sets, Rule Groups, and Rules

  • Create Rule Sets
  • Create Attributes
  • Working with Rule Groups
  • Define Rules
  • Create Rules
  • Edit Rules
  • Apply a Rule Pattern

Workbooks

  • Purpose
  • Format a Workbook
  • Create a Workbook
  • Describe Participation Measures
  • Describe Extended Measures
  • Rule Group Simulator

Tabs and Views

  • Workbook Tab Functions
  • Create a Workbook Tab
  • Worksheet Functionality
  • Create a Worksheet
  • Properties
  • Measure Sequences in Workbooks

Custom Wizards

  • Wizard Designer
  • Creating Custom Wizards
  • Edit Control Properties

Data Interface Manager

  • Functionality
  • Configure Measures
  • Specify Load Intersections
  • Edit Load Intersections

Activity Taskflow

  • Purpose
  • Navigation
  • Create Activities, Tasks, Steps, and Tabs
  • Associate Workbooks and Worksheets
  • Edit Properties
  • Taskflow Validation
  • Generate a Taskflow Configuration Document

RPAS Domains and Domain Administration

  • Decision Process
  • Patching Domains
  • DomainDaemon
  • Building Domains

Miscellaneous Utilities

  • Use the Configuration Converter to convert legacy configurations
  • Use the Function Library Manager to build custom expressions
  • Use the Report Generator to create reports about a configuration

System Administration

  • Describe the functional overview of security
  • Explain user administration
  • Demonstrate the security administration workbook

Batch Processes: Hierarchy Management

  • List the major tasks in RPAS hierarchy management
  • Perform the loadHier utility
  • Explain the purpose of the purgeAge utility
  • Describe the filterHier utility and how it can improve performance
  • Name the benefits of reconfiguring partitions
  • Identify the major tasks when working with positions

Batch Processes: Data Management

  • Identify the purpose of the loadMeasure utility
  • Explain the use of the exportMeasure utility

Operational and Informational Utilities

  • Perform tasks related to the use of operational and informational utilities
  • Identify error-handling messages

Integration

  • Explain the basic principals of how RPAS solutions are integrated
  • Describe the file types used to integrate solutions
  • Identify the solutions that are integrated
  • Explain a typical integrated solution layout

Reporting Tools

  • Explain the purpose of Open Database Connectivity (ODBC)
  • Describe the types of reporting tools that use ODBC

Thinking about Onsite?

If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.

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Upcoming Dates

Course Location Days Cost Date
Onsite
3 3825 £3825 2018-07-16
Exeter
3 1500 £1500 2017-11-06
Oxford
3 1500 £1500 2017-09-22
Manchester
3 1500 £1500 2017-09-05
Glasgow
3 1500 £1500 2017-08-17
Leeds
3 1500 £1500 2017-08-04