• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

This course introduces the learner to the WebSphere Commerce Organization Structure, as well as the key features of WebSphere Commerce advanced development and customization. This includes JSP Programming Best Practices, Controller and Persistence Layers, and the WebSphere Commerce Management Center.

Learning Objectives

WebSphere Commerce Structure

  • start the course
  • describe how the organization structure is the basis for all of the business models
  • describe how the extended sites organization structure allows for asset sharing
  • customize the extended sites model using the organization console
  • identify the key relationships between stores in a site
  • perform basic steps to modify store relationship changes

JSP Programming Best Practices

  • illustrate how to ensure XHTML compliance
  • use JSTL in place of Java code
  • use Commerce-specific tags for bean activation
  • choose when to use static vs. dynamic inclusions
  • apply best practices when working with composer assets

Controller and Persistence Layers

  • identify the difference between traditional vs. alternative business logic layer
  • customize the traditional business logic
  • extend existing traditional business logic
  • use BODs as an alternative business logic
  • perform basic steps for BOD creation

WebSphere Commerce Management Center

  • use the Management Center to perform basic tasks
  • use the best practice approach to customize the Management Center
  • perform basic customization for the Management Center shell
  • perform basic steps to add a tab to a property view
  • use the test automation engine

Practice: Working with IBM Business Logic

  • create business logic in WebSphere Commerce

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Software Development