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Oracle ODI Online Training Course Content

Introduction to Integration and Administration

  • Oracle Data Integrator: Introduction
  • Why Oracle Data Integrator?
  • Conventional Integration Process: ETL
  • ELT
  • ODI Architecture
  • ODI Components
  • ODI Repositories
  • Master and Work Repositories

Administering ODI Repositories

  • Administering ODI Repositories
  • Steps to Set Up ODI Repositories
  • Creating the Master Repository
  • Connecting to the Master Repository
  • Creating a Work Repository
  • Connecting to the Work Repository

ODI Topology Concepts

  • ODI Topology Concepts
  • ODI Topology: Overview
  • What Is Topology?
  • Data Servers and Physical Schema
  • What Is a Data Server?
  • What Is a Physical Schema?
  • Logical Schemas and Contexts
  • What Is a Logical Schema?
  • Logical Versus Physical Architecture
  • What Is a Context?
  • A Context Maps a Logical to a Physical Schema
  • Defining Contexts
  • Mapping Logical and Physical Resources

Describing the Physical and Logical Architecture

  • Describing the Physical and Logical Architecture
  • Topology Navigator
  • Defining a Context
  • Creating Physical Architecture
  • Physical Architecture View
  • Creating a Data Server
  • Creating a Data Server: JDBC
  • JDBC Driver
  • JDBC URL
  • Creating a Data Server: JNDI
  • Testing a Data Server Connection
  • Creating a Physical Schema
  • Creating Logical Architecture
  • Logical Architecture and Context Views
  • Creating a Logical Schema

Oracle Data Integrator Model Concepts

  • What Is a Model?
  • Understanding Relational Model
  • Understanding Reverse Engineering
  • Methods for DBMS Reverse Engineering
  • Other Methods for Reverse Engineering
  • Standard Versus Customized Reverse Engineering
  • Creating Models
  • How to Create a Model by Reverse Engineering
  • Selective Reverse Engineer

ODI Interface Concepts

  • ODI Interfaces
  • What Is an Interface?
  • Business Rules for Interfaces
  • Where Are the Rules Defined?
  • Mapping, Join, Filter, Lookup, and Data Sets
  • Understanding Knowledge Modules
  • Knowledge Modules
  • KM Types Used in Interfaces
  • Interfaces: An Overview
  • The Purpose of an Interface
  • Defining the Target Datastore
  • Defining the Source Datastore
  • What Is a Mapping?
  • Defining the Mappings
  • Valid Mapping Types
  • Saving the Interface
  • Executing the Interface

Designing Interfaces

  • An Overview of the Flow in ODI Interface
  • Flow
  • What Defines the Flow?
  • The Basic Process
  • Selecting a Staging Area
  • The Purpose of a Staging Area
  • Placing the Staging Area
  • Selecting the Knowledge Module
  • Which KMs for Which Flow?
  • More About KMs
  • Identifying IKMs and LKMs
  • IKMs and LKMs: Strategies and Methods
  • How to Specify an LKM
  • How to Specify an IKM
  • Common KM Options

Interfaces: Monitoring and Debugging

  • Monitoring Interfaces
  • Operator Navigator: Viewing the Log
  • Using Operator Navigator
  • Sessions, Steps, Tasks: The Hierarchy
  • Viewing Details of Sessions, Steps, and Tasks
  • How to Monitor Execution of an Interface
  • How to Troubleshoot a Session

Using ODI Procedures

  • Procedures: Overview
  • What Is a Procedure?
  • Creating a Blank Procedure
  • How to Create a New Procedure
  • Adding Commands
  • Creating a Command
  • Arranging Steps in Order
  • Which Parameters Should Be Set?
  • Valid Types of Commands
  • More Elements
  • Why Use a Source Command?
  • Adding Options
  • Types of Options
  • How to Create a New Option

Using ODI Packages

  • Packages: Overview
  • Package Diagram
  • Package Diagram Toolbar
  • Package Steps
  • How to Create a Package Step
  • What Is an ODI Tool?
  • How to Create an ODI Tool Step
  • Sequencing Steps
  • How to Sequence Package Steps
  • Executing a Package
  • Basic Step Types
  • Advanced Step Types
  • Model, Submodel, and Datastore Steps
  • How to Create Model, Submodel, and Datastore Steps
  • Models, Submodels, and Datastore Steps
  • Variable Steps
  • How to Create a Variable Step
  • Variable Steps
  • Controlling the Execution Path
  • Controlling Execution
  • Error Handling
  • Managing ODI Versions

Managing ODI Scenarios

  • What Is a Scenario?
  • Properties of Scenarios
  • Managing Scenarios
  • Scenario-Related Tasks
  • Generating a Scenario
  • Regenerating a Scenario
  • Generation Versus Regeneration
  • Executing a Scenario from the GUI
  • Executing a Scenario from a Command Line
  • Executing a Scenario from a Package
  • Exporting a Scenario
  • Preparing for Deployment

Using Web Services in ODI

  • Web Services in Action
  • Using Data Services
  • Setting Up Data Services
  • Testing Data Services
  • Installing Public Web Services
  • Using Public Web Services
  • Invoking Web Services