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kod: PPM350-93 | wersja: 9.x

Take your skills beyond the Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Essentials course by learning how to configure advanced process logic and automation in your PPM implementation. Through discussions and hands-on exercises, you learn to modularize processes into sub workflows, use condition checks to direct parallel workflow branches, automate system executions and database updates, and build custom portlets and reports. The class consists of approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab exercises.

This course is designed for users who have taken PPM120 – PPM Center 9.x Essentials and are ready to move to advanced topics.

Audience/Job Roles :

PPM users who configure the PPM Center software.

Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Apply condition steps to direct parallel processes within a workflow
  • Configure token and Structured Query Language (SQL) execution steps to define data-dependent routing rules
  • Configure workflow step commands and Procedural Language (PL) execution steps to automate system executions at the workflow step level
  • Build subworkflows and call them from within a parent workflow Micro Focus Education
  • Execute special commands to update parameter fields, run shell scripts, and other system operations
  • Customize Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Center entities by configuring custom user data fields
  • Design and configure custom portlets
  • Set up and update the Rules Markup Language (RML) schema
  • Execute a third-party reporting application to retrieve data from the RML schema
  • Configure report types to define custom report data and formats

Plan szkolenia Rozwiń listę

  1. Course Overview
    • Review course objectives
    • Review the class schedule
    • Review class logistics and daily schedule
    • Review virtual classroom settings
    • Conduct introductions
    • Review eBooks
    • Review related courses and learning path
    • Review certifications
  2. Using Condition Steps
    • Identify process requirements where the AND, OR, SYNC, FIRST LINE, and LAST LINE conditions are the most appropriate conditions to use
    • Apply the AND and OR condition steps to evaluate the results of parallel workflow steps
    • Apply the SYNC, FIRST LINE, and LAST LINE condition steps to evaluate the status of multiple package lines
  3. Defining Data-Dependent Routing Using Execution Steps
    • Identify process requirements where token executions are appropriate to use
    • Configure token execution steps to route a workflow process based on information available from packages, requests, and workflows
    • Identify process requirements where automated workflow routing rules can be derived from information in a database
    • Configure workflow steps to automatically look up information using Structured Query Language (SQL) query statements
  4. Storing and Retrieving Information Using Workflow Parameters
    • Identify process requirements where workflow parameters are appropriate to use
    • Execute a workflow parameter to capture the results of a workflow stepr
  5. Automating Executions within Workflow Steps
    • Configure execution steps to call Procedural Language/Structured Query Language (PL/SQL) functions for modifying database tables
    • Configure execution steps to run Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) special commands and command-line executions
  6. Creating Subworkflows
    • Configure a new subworkflow
    • Create a validation to define the results of a subworkflow
    • Execute the Return from Subworkflow step to route a process from a subworkflow back to its parent workflow
  7. Using Subworkflows
    • Call a subworkflow from another workflow
    • Identify how user permissions should be set in subworkflows
    • Define transitions to send process results to and from a subworkflow
    • Track subworkflow activities in requests and package lines
  8. Using Advanced System Special Commands
    • Create temporary variables
    • Set the value of entity fields
    • Execute interactive UNIX commands
    • Invoke the command line on the Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Center application server
    • Encode and execute shell scripts
    • Copy shell scripts between environments
    • Edit the contents of files
    • Add comments to the execution log
  9. Using Custom Special Commands
    • Identify the requirements for creating custom special commands
    • Configure custom special commands
    • Define the parameter fields of custom special commands
    • Build the command steps contained within a custom special command
    • Call a custom special command from another entity
  10. Configuring Custom Entity Fields
    • Identify requirements where user data fields can be used
    • Configure user data fields to capture custom data
    • Execute tokens to reference user data fields
  11. Configuring Context-Sensitive User Data
    • Identify requirements where context-sensitive user data can be used
    • Configure context-sensitive user data
  12. Configuring Portlet Data Sources
    • Identify the requirements for a custom portlet, given a business scenario
    • Configure a portlet data source to retrieve data from the database
    • Define filter fields that allow end users to refine the result of a portlet query
  13. Configuring Portlet Definitions
    • Identify the requirements for building custom portlet definitions
    • Reference data sources and columns in a portlet definition
    • Format a portlet definition that best displays the type of data that its data source provides
    • Define portlet hyperlinks and drill-downs
    • Organize preference filters that end users can use to personalize their portlets
  14. Using the RML
    • Set up and update the Reporting Meta Layer (RML) schema
    • Access data from the RML schema by using third-party applications
  15. Configuring Report Types
    • Evaluate the options for creating custom reports in Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) Center
    • Configure custom report types
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Wymagania wstępne

To be successful in this course, you should have the following prerequisites or knowledge.

  • Experience with the Windows operating systems
  • Knowledge of relational databases and database terminology
  • Attend PPM120 – PPM Center 9.x Essentials training
Poziom trudności
Czas trwania 4 dni

The participants will obtain certificates signed by Micro Focus (course completion). 

This course prepares you also for such related Micro Focus certification exam: HP0-M57.


Authorized Micro Focus Trainer.

Pozostałe szkolenia Micro Focus | Project and Portfolio Management

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