This course is designed to prepare students to implement and understand the InfoSphere Reference Data Management solution and how the solution will work within their organization. Students will install and use the InfoSphere Reference Data Management Hub and Console to manage data sets, data types, mappings, hierarchies and subscriptions. For each core area, the instructor will explain the high-level concepts and have the students work with the feature in the lab exercises. Heavy emphasis is put on exercises and activities, allowing course participants to apply the knowledge that they learn in the classroom.
This basic course is for ITechnical Specialist, Support Engineers, System Architects
Understand the problems and issues RDM was designed to fix
Understand how RDM fit's into an organization
Ability to set up a development environment for the RDM solution
Ability to configure the RDM solution (security, life cycle state machine, property files)
Understand the how reference data is stored in the RDM Hub
Ability to use the Console to add, update and retrieve Reference Data
Understand the versions and translations of Reference Data
Understand the Life Cycle of Reference Data
Ability to invoke services to retrieve data set values
Understand the import and export of reference data.
Understand the ability to extend the RDM solution through UI Extension, Behavior Extension, Event Manager and Validation
There are no prerequisites to this course.
Issues facing organization with respect to Reference Data
Overview of the Reference Data Management Solution
Installing the RDM Solution
Introduction to the InfoSphere RDM Console
Understanding the console roles
Working with Data Sets
The Data Sets Data Model
Maintaining Reference Data Sets
Maintaining Reference Data Types
Working with Mappings
Data Set states
Working with Subscriptions
Working with Translations
Reference Data Hierarchies
Import and Export of Reference Data
Batch Export - command line program (control file, scripts)
Invoking services outside of the Console
Customizations to the RDM Solution
Life Cycle state machine setup - Could be an advanced topic
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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