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1Z0-976 Oracle CPQ Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials

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Exam Number: 1Z0-976
Exam Title: Oracle CPQ Cloud Service 2017 Implementation Essentials
Duration: 120
Number of Questions:  70
Passing Score: 70%
Format: Multiple Choice

General Administration Functionality
Define Company and User set up
Use the Migration Management Center
Explain Homepage Flows, Punch-Ins, and Page Templates
Perform Bulk Uploads and Downloads
Set up users and groups with access rights
Set up Partner Organizations
Create Usage reports and Site statistics
Perform the functions of File Manager
Access various system Log files
Perform various functions on Parts
Set up Invocation Rules

Design the Product Structure (Product Family Hierarchy)
Set up Configurable Attributes
Design and Build an Array-Based Configuration
Design Configuration Rules
Describe UI / UX Heuristics
Describe the Order of Operations

Commerce Process
Design Commerce Pricing
Design Commerce Workflow
Design Approval Workflow and Notifications
Design Commerce UI and Access Rights
Design Commerce Rules
Invoke a commerce process
Describe the Order of Operations
Use Formula Management
Describe Customer-Specific Pricing

Document Designer
Create Document Designer (Layout, Elements, Conditions, Loops etc.)
Describe Language Translations
Design custom XSL Snippets
Describe Email Designer

Integration – CRM/ERP/REST APIs
Design and implement a Parts Integration (FTP / SOAP)
Design out-of-box integrations with CRM Systems
Design and configure webServices (SOAP and REST)
Design and integrate CPQ Cloud with ERP or other backend systems
Install and configure a CPQ Cloud Managed Package
Develop Environment and Testing strategies
Describe the CPQ Cloud ICS adapter
Design and implement an FTP Data Import

BigMachines Language (BML)
Explain and use BML
Explain BMQL and its use cases
Write and design BML scripts
Design Integrations using BML
Use BML functions
Explain BML Library functions

Subscription Ordering and BOM Mapping

Explain BOM Mapping
Implement BOM Mapping
Configure Subscription Ordering

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Consider the following requirements for integration with Salesforce:
Quote information needs to be pushed back to Salesforce and synchronized.
You must be able to synchronize a Quote with up to 1000 lines back to Opportunity Product object in Salesforce.
Based on these requirements, which three XSLs would you use to provide the integration?

A. SFDC Opportunity – Import
B. SFDC Quote – Upsert
C. SFDC Products – Upsert All (200, 400, 600, 800, 1000)
D. SFDC Quote – Process Updates
E. SFDC Opportunity – Upload

Answer: C,D,E

Which is a recommended option for using Oracle CPQ Cloud SPQ Cloud BigMachines WebServices?

A. Hard code URLs into BML when making GET and POST calls.
B. Store XML templates in file manager and use them from within BML.
C. Make WebServices calls directly from the rules.
D. Save and reuse session IDs regularly.

Answer: B

What is the correct order of execution of Configuration rules for an attribute that has both Recommendation and Constraint rule written on it?

A. Hiding, Constraint, Recommendation, Recommended Item
B. Recommendation, Recommended Item, Hiding, Constraint
C. Recommendation, Constraint, Recommendation, Hiding, Recommended Item
D. Constraint, Hiding, Recommendation, Recommended Item

Answer: A

How can action buttons be hidden in Commerce?

A. by using Commerce hiding rules
B. by using Configuration hiding rules
C. by using profiles and steps in Commerce
D. by putting the action button bar on a hidden tab in Commerce

Answer: B

The following BML code in Config encountered an HTTP 404 error from
urldatabypost (, “a1=v1&a2=v2”, “call failed”)
Which two statements are true?

A. The call will return “HTTP 404 Not Found”.
B. The call will return “call failed”.
C. An HTTP error will be displayed in red text with the message “HTTP 404 Not Found” at the top of the configuration screen.
D. The HTTP error will be captured in the BigMachines Error Logs: bm.log.
E. An unhandled exception will be displayed in red text at the top of configuration screen.

Answer: B,E

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1Z0-964 Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud 2017 Implementation Essentials

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Associated Certification Paths
Passing this exam is required to earn these certifications. Select each certification title below to view full requirements.

Oracle Project Portfolio Management Cloud 2017 Certified Implementation Specialist

Exam Details
Duration: 120
Number of Questions: 76
Passing Score: 60%
Exam has been validated against Oracle Fusion Project Portfolio Management Cloud Service R12.
Format: Multiple Choice

Fusion Project Portfolio Management overview
Describe the components of Oracle Cloud Project Portfolio Management
Explain the components available for integration

Navigation, User Experience, and Personalization
Describe the business processes that are supported by approvals and workflows
Set up approval and notification tasks

Oracle Fusion Applications Security Overview
Describe the Fusion Applications Security Console
Identify the roles delivered in a seeded security implementation
Manage roles and duties

Fusion Functional Setup Manager
Describe the Fusion Functional Setup Manager
Manage an implementation project
Describe the Rapid Implementation Workbook

Configure Fusion Common Applications
Explain Organizational Structures in Fusion Project Performance Management
Set up Enterprise Structures Units
Manage Reference Data sharing

Common project configuration
Explain common project configuration in Fusion Project Performance Management
Manage Subledger Accounting

Configure Fusion Project Foundation
Set up Project Calendars and Periods
Set up Types and Categorizations
Set up Project Roles
Manage Project Resources
Describe Rate Schedules
Describe Project Types
Explain Action Controls (Microsoft Project Integration)
Set up Transaction Sources
Manage Project Statuses

Configure Fusion Project Costing
Configure Fusion Project Cost Collection Center
Manage Burdening Schedules
Manage Allocations
Explain capitalized interest calculations
Describe Budgetary Controls
Configure Time & Labor for projects
Configure Fusion Integration Options
Describe Fusion Integration Methods

Configure Fusion Project Control
Configure the Resource Breakdown Structure
Setup Plan Types
Set up Project Budgets and Forecasts
Describe Project templates
Describe Financial Plans vs Project Plans

Configure Fusion Project Billing
Configure the Project Contract Model
Set up Revenue Recognition
Set up Project Invoicing
Configure Project Cross Charging and Transfer Pricing
Describe Borrowed and Lent vs Intercompany / Interproject Billing

Configure Project Performance Reporting
Configure Key Performance Indicators for project performance reporting

Configure Project Management
Describe common project execution components
Set up Project and Task codes
Set up Issue and Deliverable types
Describe project requirements
Set up Project Enterprise Structures
Configure Social Network for Project Execution

Configure Project Resource Management
Configure Project Labor Enterprise Resources
Set up Resource Pools
Set up Talent Profile Content

Fusion Project Reporting
Configure Infolets for PPM
Describe Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence (OTBI)

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Who Are the Real Winners in the Microsoft-Oracle Deal?

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Who Are the Real Winners in the Microsoft-Oracle Deal?
Microsoft and Oracle announced a wide-ranging partnership deal in late June. At first glance, the logic behind it was fairly baffling.

The agreement lets Oracle customers run its software-including Java, Oracle Database and WebLogic Server-on Microsoft’s Hyper-V hypervisor, in its Azure cloud or on Windows Server. The Oracle software will be certified to run on Microsoft platforms, meaning both companies will work to fix any problems that might arise.

Microsoft, for its part, will offer a fully licensed version of Java, as well as development tools and Oracle Linux in Azure.

The deal was difficult to understand because the two companies compete in the enterprise database marketplace. Why would Microsoft welcome Oracle’s database into its Azure cloud to compete with its own SQL Azure? And why would Oracle want to undermine its own Oracle Cloud by encouraging Microsoft to offer Oracle software on Azure?

Oracle Needs to Put Its Head in Public Cloud
To get to grips with what’s going on, it’s important to understand that Oracle Cloud is weak and getting weaker by the month, says James Staten, a principal analyst at Forrester Research. “The company’s public cloud offering has really had very little success, so Oracle really needs to find another way to get its software into the cloud.”

Amazon already resells Oracle technologies on its Amazon Web Services cloud platform, so it makes sense to look at Azure as well, Staten says.

“Oracle can’t just stop at Amazon. Azure is the No. 2 public cloud and it is growing, so it is absolutely in Oracle’s interest to get its technology onto it,” he points out, adding that Oracle can still say that its technologies run best on Oracle Cloud to preserve its dignity.

Ellison: Ellison: Oracle Will Deliver World’s ‘Most Comprehensive Cloud’
Holger Mueller, principal analyst at Constellation Research, agrees that Oracle’s motivation for the deal is to make its technology available beyond its own public cloud offering. “Oracle is getting its database onto the public cloud provider of the future,” he says. “This is a major coup, as now Google is the only major public cloud that doesn’t support Oracle.”

Microsoft Needs Java (Hold the Cream and Sugar)
What does Microsoft get out of the deal? Mueller believes Redmond has been very keen to get access to Java. “Amazon’s AWS cloud gets developer support because it offers Java, and Microsoft is desperate to do the same,” he says. “It wants to become the No. 1 IaaS vendor, but if it has no support for Java, then that becomes almost impossible.”

In the past, Microsoft has supported Java on its Azure platform, but customers have had to “bring their own” Java-and their own license for it. To be able to have Java set up and ready to go on Azure, along with all the necessary tools, Microsoft needed its own Java license.

When Sun owned Java, Staten says, it didn’t want to license it to Microsoft because it didn’t want to make Windows stronger. By putting Oracle’s database on Azure, Microsoft has found a way to get a Java license from Java’s new owner.

Where does that leave Microsoft’s SQL database? Staten points out that, since Azure is positioned as Windows in the cloud, any software that runs on premises should also be able to run on Azure. “This deal means that no one is forced to give up Oracle if they want to run their applications in the Azure cloud,” he says.

Related: Microsoft Bulks Up Azure, Makes it Easier to Build, Expand Cloud Services
In any case, SQL isn’t seen as a direct alternative to the more powerful and scalable Oracle database by most organizations, Staten says. “But for Microsoft, at least Oracle customers may be exposed to SQL Azure or SQL running in a VM as a consequence of this deal.”

The partnership is also good for Microsoft because it’s exclusive: You can virtualize Oracle software only in an Oracle VM or using Microsoft’s virtualization technology. There’s no technical reason why Oracle can’t run on a VMware hypervisor, but that company has effectively been left out in the cold. “Oracle appears to be betting against VMware becoming a leader in the public cloud space,” Staten says.

Everyone’s a Winner
As for the known details of the deal, Microsoft will likely have to pay Oracle a significant sum for the Java license. In financial terms, then, Oracle would seem to be the main beneficiary of the deal in the short term. Oracle also benefits by ensuring that its technologies can be used in what one day may be the biggest public cloud.

Looking further, though, Microsoft may be the bigger winner. That’s because Azure and Hyper-V gain a great deal of credibility from being certified platforms for Java and Oracle’s database. It puts Microsoft Azure on nearly equal footing with AWS and definitely gives it an advantage over VMware’s public cloud efforts.

But perhaps the biggest beneficiaries will be Microsoft’s and Oracle’s enterprise customers. The deal makes Azure a more competitive platform for them, as Oracle software is now fully supported in Microsoft’s cloud. Previously customers would have had to have gone to AWS for that kind of support. Plus, increased competition is invariably good for business.



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Oracle buying Taleo for $1.9B in direct hit at SAP

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Oracle is buying cloud-based talent management and employee recruitment software vendor Taleo for roughly $1.9 billion, the company announced Thursday. The move comes shortly after SAP’s move to acquire SuccessFactors, a close competitor of Taleo, for $3.4 billion in a deal that has yet to close.

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“Human capital management has become a strategic initiative for organizations,” said Thomas Kurian , executive vice president, Oracle Development, in a statement. “Taleo’s industry leading talent management cloud is an important addition to the Oracle Public Cloud.”

The Taleo deal is expected to close in the middle of this year and is subject to shareholder approval, Oracle said. Taleo’s board has unanimously approved the sale.

Taleo’s applications focus on talent management, which includes areas such as recruitment, learning and development, and compensation and succession planning.

It remains to be seen exactly how Taleo’s product portfolio will be aligned with Oracle’s Fusion HCM (human capital management) software, which is also available as a cloud offering, and has some overlapping functionality.

Together, the companies “expect to create a comprehensive cloud offering for organizations to manage their Human Resource operations and employee careers,” Kurian said in a letter to customers. The resulting products will “empower employees and managers to effectively manage careers throughout their entire employment, enable organizations to retain talent and optimize costs, and improve the employee experience through faster on boarding and better collaboration with team members via social media,” he added.

Some 5,000 enterprises use Taleo’s software, which also handles 15 percent of employee hires in the U.S., according to an Oracle document. About half of the world’s top career websites run Taleo as well, Oracle said.

SAP has characterized the pending SuccessFactors purchase as something that will give the company needed “cloud DNA” and expertise in that market.

Oracle’s announcement of the Taleo deal included no similar sentiments, but Taleo is its second major acquisition, along with customer-service vendor RightNow, of a cloud application vendor in the past six months.

Since SAP announced the SuccessFactors deal, speculation had run rampant that Oracle would make a move in response, with Taleo bandied about as a possible acquisition target. has also begun a push into human-resources software with its recent acquisition of Rypple, which focuses on employee performance management.

Unlike other software categories, the types of products sold by SuccessFactors, Taleo and Rypple have relevance to every employee in a company, allowing for more profitable large-scale SaaS (software as a service) deals.

There will likely be additional acquisitions in the HCM arena soon, said HR software analyst Naomi Bloom, managing partner of the consulting firm Bloom & Wallace. “I think we can expect that the boards of Cornerstone, of Ultimate Software, they are undoubtedly having conversations at least among themselves if not potential acquirers.”

Oracle’s move doesn’t have “much to do with a technology buy,” Bloom added. Instead, as with the acquisition of ERP (enterprise resource planning) vendor PeopleSoft, Oracle is looking to take out a competitor and gain a revenue stream, she said.

Taleo also has been running a SaaS business and has a lot of knowledge that will be beneficial to Oracle, Bloom said. While Oracle has long sold an on-demand CRM (customer relationship management) application, that experience isn’t as relevant since unlike human resources, CRM isn’t subject to government regulations and it impacts far fewer employees in an organization, she said.

Meanwhile, “if you are a Taleo customer, or God forbid are in the process [of becoming one], this should put ice water in your veins,” Bloom said. “I have great regard for Oracle, they are an amazing financial machine. But if I’m a customer, I might look at it differently.”

Oracle’s announcement stated that it is currently reviewing Taleo’s product road map, and that “any resulting features and timing of release of such features” are at Oracle’s “sole discretion.”

But Oracle has invested heavily in its Fusion Middleware and Fusion Applications as a next-generation software platform. Therefore, Taleo customers could expect some incremental improvements in the software over time, Bloom said. However, “if I entered into business with Taleo because I felt they were going to be a continuous innovation machine, that’s not going to happen,” she added.

The SuccessFactors and Taleo deals also could reflect growing concern on the part of both SAP and Oracle over the rise of Workday, which has landed large deals for its own cloud-based HCM software, Bloom said.

“I think Oracle was drawn in to having to do this deal,” said Forrester Research analyst Paul Hamerman.

“I don’t know why they didn’t make this deal five years ago,” he added. Oracle would have paid much less and would have primarily gained recruitment software, Hamerman said. But today, Taleo has built out the “four pillars” of talent management, namely recruitment, employee job performance, compensation and learning, he said.

While Oracle has had great success selling core HR applications for payroll, benefits and other areas, it hasn’t had much luck with talent management, Hamerman said.

The overlap with Fusion HCM is not that significant, since it currently lacks recruitment, learning and succession planning capabilities, all areas where Taleo is strong, according to Hamerman. “It’s actually a pretty complementary fit.”


How to get oracle sql certification?

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There a some steps that a person must complete and get through in order to work in the field. In most cases people who want to become a systems analyst, programmer, developer or database administrator they usually need to complete a degree and/or on the job training. However there is another thing that they can acquire to make themselves more marketable in the job market and that is getting certification. One of the best types of certification is Oracle SQL certification.

Oracle SQL software is primarily a form of database adminsistration software that is quite widespread in many orgainzations. Like other software certification there are steps a person must take to get certified. First an individual needs to determine what particular type of certification they need to satisfy their employers requirements.

Next they need to acquire study materials and go over the books and manuals as well as practice the applications over time to get familiar with the material. Then you need to take the exam through Pearson Vue. During the process you will need to answer matching, filll in the blank and multiple choice questions. The scoring is on a 200-800 scale and you need to get a score of 620 to pass.

Depending on what your objectives are you need to take the right type of exam. Oracle Certifiec Associate is the lowest level and that allows people to be a junior level worker in database administration and applcation development. The highest level is Oracle Java Developer which allows people to be developers and manage larger projects and more demanding tasks. In order to maximize your chances of success in passing the exams, it is very advantageous to take hands on courses through Oracle University Microsoft Free MCTS Training and MCTS Online Training.

Getting certified in Oracle SQL can be a challenging and demanding process but if you get through it you will be on track for much career advancement and higher salaries. Although the process can be tough at times it can also be worthi it as you will have more options and more credibility to employers. It will also make you much more marketable as a professional in many ways.


Oracle Launches Java 7 as Innovation Sprouts From the Community, Others

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The issue of innovation in Java has been a topic of discussion and debate for some time now. Many observers say the incumbents—Oracle/Sun, IBM and Red Hat/JBoss—are no longer running the show in terms of Java innovation and that others, including several newer, smaller companies, are pushing innovation. In fact, many believe Oracle and IBM are content with incrementally pushing enhancements to the platform and enjoying the spoils of the enterprise space where Java appears to be winning over .NET. Last year’s Oracle and IBM deal around OpenJDK signaled how cozy the two companies have become.


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Meanwhile, innovation is still happening from the outside of that cabal, with notable contributions coming from the activity of smaller vendors and startups around dynamic languages built on the JVM, the area of development integrated with operations or “devops,” and Agile development and ALM (application lifecycle management). VMware’s SpringSource has been pushing the Java innovation envelope in a variety of ways.

There has also been innovation on the PaaS (platform as a service) front, with technology such as VMware’s CloudFoundry, Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk, and offerings from CloudBees and others getting into the fray with new runtime environments for Java.

Rod Johnson, general manager of VMware’s SpringSource division, told eWEEK: “Most of the innovation in the Java world is coming from outside the traditional incumbents. And these days just about all innovation in Java is in open source. I think the evolution of the Java language in Java 7 and 8 is sound: real benefits without disruption. Just as with Java 5, I think applications will become that bit simpler and more elegant.”

Johnson ought to know a bit about innovation. He developed the Spring Framework, an enterprise Java development framework that caught on with developers so much that Johnson’s Interface21 startup (later renamed to SpringSource) drew the attention of several bidders, with VMware coming out victorious.

However, it’s not just about the language, Johnson says. Java is strong because of the JVM, the class libraries and the frameworks that help people do useful work, he said. “Increasingly, I think we’ll see innovation tend to come higher up the stack, where there’s more leverage,” Johnson said. “For example, Grails and Spring Roo don’t just provide a framework; they help developers while they work, in a similar way to Rails.”

Moreover, Johnson said he believes the industry will see a lot of movement in how the Java ecosystem works with emerging technologies. “For example, how to talk to nonrelational databases and how to write applications that target today’s proliferation of nontraditional client devices, which communicate to the server differently,” he said. “And, of course, an increasing number of Java applications will be targeted toward PaaS.”

While some view enhanced innovation as what is needed for Java to continue to thrive, others say a steady hand is probably what Java needs most.

“Oracle has had a major impact on Java,” said Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, which provides popular tools for Java developers.

Indeed, Milinkovich breaks down Oracle’s contribution to Java:

“First, they have invested in the Java platform development team and in the engineering resources to build, test and release a major platform like Java. That is absolutely key for a mature enterprise software platform such as Java. Second, they have provided stability and leadership for Java. They can be criticized for some of their decisions since taking over Java, but there is absolutely no doubt what the rules are, who’s in charge and where they’re taking it. During the last couple of years of Sun’s existence, those attributes were sorely lacking. That clarity is having positive effects on the Java ecosystem, as SAP’s recent decision to join and contribute to OpenJDK clearly shows.”

The Eclipse Foundation also has had an impact on Java over the past couple of years, Milinkovich said. Eclipse has been directly involved at the governance level of both the JCP and OpenJDK. And on the technology side, “Eclipse remains the ubiquitous tooling platform for Java developers, and our recent Indigo release has some of the coolest new features in years,” he added.

IDC’s Hilwa agrees that Oracle has brought balance to the Java landscape. According to Hilwa:

“In many ways Java has been rescued from stagnation. The JCP process had gotten overly political, and the beginnings of the split with Android took roots in Sun’s last year of custody of Java. Oracle brought a no-nonsense attitude to managing Java, pragmatically splitting the features into two new releases, one of which has already shipped. It cleaned up the work around JavaFX, and perhaps unexpectedly kept investing in NetBeans and GlassFish. Overall, it is a good story and they have made progress. Oracle managed to rally everyone around JDK, including IBM, Apple and Red Hat. One of the victims has been the loss of Apache from the JCP, but I have a feeling that over time that rift might get repaired.”


Update: Oracle ordered to lower damages claim against Google

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Oracle’s expert ‘overreached’ in concluding Google owed up to $6.1B for infringent of Java patents with Android, judge said Friday
IDG News Service – Oracle has been ordered to lower its multibillion-dollar claim for damages in its patent infringement lawsuit against Google and its Android operating system, court papers show.


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Oracle’s expert “overreached” in concluding that Google owed up to $6.1 billion in damages for alleged infringement of Oracle’s Java patents, U.S. District Court Judge William Alsup said Friday in a sternly written order.

The “starting point” for Oracle’s damages claim should be $100 million, adjusted up and down for various factors, he said.

At the same time, Google was wrong to assert that its advertising revenue is not related to the value of Android and should therefore not be a part of Oracle’s damages, the judge wrote.

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He also warned Google, “there is a substantial possibility that a permanent injunction will be granted” if it is found guilty of infringement.

These are the latest developments in a case that has been heating up as the two sides approach a potential Oct. 31 trial date. Google has asked the judge to delay the trial pending the outcome of a reexamination of Oracle’s patents. Alsup said Friday he’s not yet willing to give up on the October start.

Oracle sued Google last August, saying its Android OS violates seven Java-related patents, as well as Java copyrights, that Oracle acquired when it bought Sun Microsystems. Google has denied any infringement and complained that Oracle’s damages estimate is far too high.

On Friday, the judge seemed to largely agree with Google.

Oracle’s damages expert “served a report that overreached in multiple ways — each and every overreach compounding damages ever higher into the billions — evidently with the goal of seeing how much it could get away with, a ‘free bite,’ as it were,” the judge wrote.

The expert, Boston University professor Iain Cockburn, can revise his estimate and resubmit it, but the judge warned Oracle that it won’t get another chance after that.

“Please be forewarned: the next bite will be for keeps. If the next and final report fails to measure up in any substantial and unseverable way … then it may be excluded altogether without leave to try yet again,” the judge said.

Oracle declined to comment on the judge’s order. Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.