WebSphere Commerce Server v7.0 Development in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Education & Learnings
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Rakesh Kumar

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+91 9700330693

Rakesh Kumar

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+91 9700330693

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Exercise 1.Introduction to the WebSphere Commerce development environment

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Start the development environment
• Identify common projects used in the development process
• Locate store artifacts to customize
• Launch the WebSphere Commerce test server
• Analyze server logs for debugging and error handling

Unit 2. Developing and customizing storefront pages

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Describe the behavior of the presentation layer in WebSphere Commerce
• List the process for modifying the behavior of WebSphere Commerce storefront assets
• Work with JavaServer Pages
• Globalize storefronts
• Outline the business processes used in some common sample stores
• Prepare property files
• Manipulate data beans
• Comply with recommended development strategies and best practices

Exercise 2. Customizing storefront pages

Duration: 2 hours
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Display the Consumer Direct storefront
• Find the JSP file that produces a view
• Inspect the mappings in the Struts configuration file
• Update a property file to modify store text
• Review property-level changes in a store
• Record the unique identifier of a store
• Map a new view to a JSP file in the Struts configuration file
• Update the WebSphere Commerce registry with new view information
• Construct a new property file
• Create a new JSP file for use in WebSphere Commerce
• Create and load access policies to support new views

Unit 3. Developing and customizing store business logic

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Explain the use of commands and the command API
• Name-value pair command processing
• Business object document processing
• Explain the process used to extend WebSphere Commerce business logic
• Relate business process from the storefront presentation to the underlying business logic
• Describe issues related to command behavior, such as business contexts and access controls

Exercise 3. Customizing store business logic

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Create new task command interfaces
• Create new task command implementations
• Create the new controller command interface
• Create the new controller command implementation class
• Register the new controller command
• Load access control policy
• Modify the JSP file to process the controller command
• Test on the WebSphere Commerce Test Servers

Unit 4. Developing and customizing the persistence layer

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Provide a high-level description of the WebSphere Commerce data model
• Describe the implementation of EJBs in WebSphere Commerce
• Explain when and why it may be necessary to extend the WebSphere Commerce data model
• Add custom SQL to existing session beans
• Create new session and entity beans to extend the WebSphere Commerce data model
• Develop and utilize access beans and data beans in WebSphere Commerce
• Perform the process of extending WebSphere Commerce using EJBs

Exercise 4. Creating an Enterprise JavaBean in WebSphere Commerce

Duration: 2 hours
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Create a WebSphere Commerce table
• Create an entity bean
• Configure EJB properties
• Modify EJB methods and finders
• Map the database table to the EJB
• Generate the access bean for the EJB
• Test the entity bean

Unit 5. Developing and customizing the Web 2.0 presentation layer

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Analyze the architecture of the Web 2.0 store
• Design interactive storefronts using the Dojo toolkit and WebSphere Commerce extensions
• Construct agile storefronts using Asynchronous Java and XML (Ajax)
• Customize a store that uses Web 2.0 elements following recommended development processes

Exercise 5. Customizing a Web 2.0 storefront

Duration: 2 hours
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Identify content for Ajax enablement
• Enable a JSP file for Web 2.0 content
• Declare a refresh controller
• Declare the shopping cart as a refresh area
• Declare services and contexts
• Add a Tooltip widget to catalog items
• Support products with drag-and-drop functionality
• Test a Web 2.0-enabled storefront

Unit 6. BOD command processing and the data service layer

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Describe the purpose and function of BOD command processing in the business logic layer
• Customize or extend BODs
• Describe how Service Data Objects (SDOs) are used within the BOD command processing framework
• Leverage the Java Emitter Template (JET) to generate service modules and implementation code
• Transform logical objects to physical objects using Business Object Mediators in the Data Service Layer
• Use a query template to translate XPath into SQL statements

Exercise 6. BOD command processing and the data service layer

Duration: 3 hours
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Create a registered shopper
• Create a new WebSphere Commerce table
• Create a noun to support the logical model
• Generate the service module using the Java Emitter Template (JET)
• Configure the service module
• Generate SDOs for a noun
• Implement the persistence layer for the WebSphere Commerce BOD programming model
• Add language-specific exception messages
• Implement Business Object Mediators to transform logical SDOs and physical SDOs
• Configure the Data Service Layer for the service module
• Register the new Get command in the command registry
• Implement the client library
• Implement access control
• Deploy and validate the service module with JUnit

Unit 7. IBM Management Center, precision marketing, and promotions

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Describe the Management Center runtime and development architecture
• Develop custom functionality in Management Center using OpenLaszlo
• Identify Management Center development flow and customization points
• Describe multi-channel precision marketing
• Configure precision marketing and create new marketing activities
• Customize new promotion features
• Configure "Best Deal" support

Exercise 7. Customizing the IBM Management Center for WebSphere Commerce

Duration: 2 hours
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Change the text on a column header
• Create a new tabbed pane in the list view
• Add a new precision marketing element
• Implement the task command for a precision marketing target element
• Create a new target element in the Management Center
• Test a new precision marketing target

Unit 8. Web services and messaging

Duration: 1 hour
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Explain the messaging services architecture and define predefined messages
• List the features in WebSphere Commerce that support integration
• Describe the administration and use of integration features
• Describe the process of developing new behaviors to support integration
• Define a service-oriented architecture (SOA) and explain the role of Web services in SOA and WebSphere Commerce
• Develop a Web service for use in WebSphere Commerce
• Deploy a Web service in WebSphere Commerce

Exercise 8. Implementing a Web service in WebSphere Commerce

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Generate Service Data Objects (SDOs) from Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
• Implement a Web service client API
• Create a task command to send and receive messages to and from a Web service
• Integrate a Web service client API with WebSphere Commerce
• Configure the WebSphere Commerce messaging system
• Generate a sample user Web service
• Deploy a Web service client
• Test an outbound Web service client for WebSphere Commerce

Unit 9. Mobile Commerce and Social Commerce

Duration: 1 hour
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Enable mobile store pages
• Explain the Short Message Service (SMS) infrastructure and configuration
• Configure Mobile Commerce for using SMS gateways
• Explain Social Commerce features for WebSphere Commerce
• Describe Social Commerce administration
• Configure WebSphere Commerce Developer for Social Commerce
• Work with social content widgets on storefront pages
• Integrate social content with precision marketing
• Leverage the WebSphere sMash application for providing social content
• Troubleshoot social content

Unit 10. Payments

Duration: 45 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Summarize the payments architecture, including the use of payment rules and payment-specific commands
• Customize payment rules
• Describe the WebSphere Commerce implementation of payment plug-ins
• List and describe the payment plug-ins provided in WebSphere Commerce V7
• Explain the development and configuration of payment plug-ins

Unit 11. Best practices

Duration: 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Describe many common best practices for development in WebSphere Commerce
• Select the best strategies for efficient and effective customization
• Design plans for storefront development
• Compose approaches for logic and data customizations
• Employ Web and component services to maximize productivity

Unit 12. IBM Gift Center for WebSphere Commerce

Duration: 45 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Explain the differences between IBM Gift Center, IBM Gift Registry, and WebSphere Commerce
• Describe how to customize the behavior of IBM Gift Center
• Describe factors that affect the customization of IBM Gift Center, such as:
• Access control
• Authentication and password management
• Exception handling
• Messaging

Exercise 9. Customizing IBM Gift Center

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Modify the appearance and behavior of Gift Center artifacts
• Update resource bundles to support globalization
• Edit Gift Center configuration files

Unit 13. IBM Sales Center for WebSphere Commerce

Duration: 45 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Describe the IBM Sales Center architecture
• Work with the IBM Sales Center development environment
• Leverage the development environment editors in an IBM Sales Center project

Exercise 10. Customizing IBM Sales Center

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this exercise, students should be able to:
• Launch the IBM Sales Center development environment
• Identify the customization points for IBM Sales Center
• Create a new plug-in for IBM Sales Center customization
• Leverage existing plug-ins for IBM Sales Center customization
• Register customized extensions with the System Configurator
• Write new property files
• Define new widgets in IBM Sales Center
• Extend business object documents (BOD) to use in IBM Sales Center
• Troubleshoot IBM Sales Center customizations

Unit 14. Course summary

Duration: 30 minutes
Learning objectives: After completing this unit, students should be able to:
• Explain how the course met its learning objectives
• Submit an evaluation of the class
• Identify other WebSphere Education courses related to this topic
• Access the WebSphere Education Web site
• Locate appropriate resources for further study

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