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WebSphere Commerce Basics


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number


Overview/Description
This course introduces the learner to key features of WebSphere Commerce including the architecture and frameworks used to develop content.

Target Audience
Developers wishing to learn the basics of how to use IBM WebSphere Commerce and IBM WebSphere Commerce Developer

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
1.9

Lesson Objectives

WebSphere Commerce Basics

  • start the course
  • describe the key features of WebSphere Commerce
  • demonstrate how WebSphere Commerce search works
  • compare the features and benefits of the two editions of WebSphere Commerce
  • provide an overview of the WebSphere Commerce architecture
  • explore the various components of the WebSphere Commerce functional architecture
  • provide a high-level overview of the WebSphere Commerce framework
  • describe the interaction between WebSphere Commerce components
  • provide an overview of WebSphere Commerce operational architecture
  • provide an overview of the WebSphere Commerce development environment
  • discuss common WebSphere Commerce programming specifications
  • incorporate use of the composer framework into a catalog store page
  • illustrate how the MVC design pattern is used in WebSphere Commerce development
  • show how to use controller and task commands in WebSphere Commerce
  • demonstrate how to use the display design pattern to return a response to a user
  • list and describe the key categories of WebSphere Commerce data models
  • describe the key features of WebSphere Catalog data models
  • describe the key features of WebSphere Commerce business models
  • illustrate the use of WebSphere Commerce consumer direct business models
  • recognize the WebSphere Commerce B2B models
  • utilize WebSphere Commerce extended sites
  • differentiate between the various WebSphere Commerce business models
  • Course Number:
    sd_ibmw_a01_it_enus