OracleAS 10g: XML Applications, Web Services, and Monitoring

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.


To describe how to deploy XML applications and web services with Oracle AS and to discuss the monitoring capabilities of Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Server Control

Target Audience

DBAs, developers, and other IT professionals planning to take Oracle Application Server 10g certification examinations; anyone interested in the technical aspects of Oracle Application Server 10g


Working experience with Linux operating systems; some experience in Internet-based-application administration and development would be beneficial; a good understanding of Oracle Application Server components and concepts

Expected Duration

160 min.

Course Objectives

OracleAS 10g: XML Applications, Web Services, and Monitoring

  • define terms associated with XML, identify the Oracle XML and XDK components, and identify the steps in the XML parsing process.
  • recognize how an XSQL servlet functions, initialize the XSQL demo application, and create and access an XSQL page.
  • define the Web services standards, identify why organizations use Web services, and outline the Web services architecture and communication flow.
  • identify the main features of SOAP, and describe how to invoke, manage, and deploy Web services, and how to implement a stateless Java Web service.
  • use Web services and XSQL.
  • identify Log Loader tasks and search log files.
  • configure diagnostic message correlation.
  • manage and troubleshoot the Log Loader.
  • use the log repository to monitor OracleAS.