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100 1 Bhatia, Krishnaprem.
245 10 Getting started with Oracle SOA B2B integration :|ba hands
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520 In Detail Enterprises engaging in B2B communications with
their trading partners are facing increased pressure to
increase automation and reduce costs. Increased compliance
requirements and globalization of economies is fueling B2B
adoption in every industry. Gateway solutions in Oracle
SOA B2B enable these enterprises to connect easily with
external trading partners. Getting Started with Oracle SOA
B2B Integration: A Hands-On Tutorial will show you how to
use Oracle B2B platform to extend your current business
processes to connect with your external trading partners
in an automated, secure fashion, using industry standard
B2B protocols. It will show you how to set up documents,
partners and agreements and manage your B2B transactions
end-to-end, all the way from application to trading
partners and vice versa Starting with an introduction to
the B2B industry you then be introduced to Oracle B2B and
SOA platforms. You will then begin creat document
definitions and get you started with trading partner
management. Once you have a solid grounding you will then
be taken into the more complex topic of SOA. Integration,
reporting, and monitoring will all be covered in detail.
Then you will be shown how to secure your B2B distribution,
security is an essential part of all businesses and B2B is
no different. Finally you will be introduced to advanced
topics that should give you the skills and knowledge to
easily go out and do all of this again with next to no
guidance. Utilizing the combined experienced of one of the
most knowledgeable Oracle B2B author teams assembled this
step-by-step practical guide provides you with the
essential information required to implement Oracle B2B
solutions including multiple hands-on tutorials that will
help you get up and running quickly. Approach This hands
on tutorial gives you the best possible start you could
hope for with Oracle B2B. Learn using real life scenarios
and examples to give you a solid footing of B2B. Who this
book is for This book is for B2B architects, consultants
and developers who would like to design and develop B2B
integrations using Oracle B2B. This book assumes no prior
knowledge of Oracle B2B and explains all concepts from
scratch using illustrations, real world examples and step-
by-step instructions. The book covers enough depth and
details to be useful for both beginner and advanced B2B
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700 1 Haaland, Scott.
700 1 Perlovsky, Alan.
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