Our Oracle ODI training course will show you why ODI is Oracle's strategic product for high performance, flexible heterogeneous data integration. It provides you with everything you to get up and running with Oracle Data Integrator, and more! Following an example scenario, the courses covers essential information about the ODI architecture and using ODI across different databases (Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL), and file types such as XML, before covering Orchestrating Data Integration Workflows, Error Management, Operational Management and Monitoring, and beyond.
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Packages and Scenarios
Handling anticipated errors
Causing a deliberate benign error with OdiBeep
Handling unexpected design-time errors
More detailed error investigation in Operator Navigator
Handling unexpected runtime errors
Illustrating the schedule management user interface
Using third-party schedulers
Launching and accessing the FMCC
Starting and stopping
Log file visibility and aggregation
Launching and accessing ODI Console
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