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Getting Started with Oracle Policy Automation [2017 Edition]

In this practical, accessible book – covering up to version 12 November 2016  – join leading OPA trainer Richard Napier as he takes you on a journey into the universe of OPA including projects, rules, functions, testing, debugging, and much more. By the end of the book, you will have a high value working knowledge of OPA and how to use it in the real world. This book is a superb standalone resource or perfect complement to your Oracle University OPA Training.

Get an OPA head start

> Manage Policies and Rules in Microsoft Word and Excel

> Develop a great user experience in Web Determination Interviews

> Manage and Deploy Projects to the Web and Mobile devices using the OPA Hub

> Collaborate and Share Projects and content in a team environment

> Learn from numerous practical exercises to help you understand how to model attributes and entities within your Project

> Filled with colour illustrations and tips from the top

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Getting Started with Oracle Policy Automation PDF [2017 Edition]

Over the years I have been often asked by students where they can find some “self training” resources. This is because they are either just finishing their Oracle University Training or maybe they are waiting for it to be scheduled and they want to get a head start. I’m happy to announce the arrival of my Getting Started with Oracle Policy Automation book. Hopefully this book will help new starters get up to speed as a supplement to their Oracle University training. Now Available for immediate download as a PDF eBook. Fully searchable and easy to navigate.

Chapter 1 : Rule Writing Basics
Chapter 2: Functions
Chapter 3 : Entities and Relationships
Chapter 4 : Word Tables
Chapter 5 : Excel Documents
Chapter 6 : Interviews
Chapter 7 : Interviews Part Two
Chapter 8: Testing
Chapter 9 : Forms and Explanations
Chapter 10 : Connections
Chapter 11 : Forms
Chapter 12 : Introduction to the Hub
Chapter 13 : The Hub Collaboration
Chapter 14 : The Hub Deployment
Chapter 15: Language and Region
Chapter 16: Other Tools
Chapter 17 : What’s New?
Chapter 18: Service Cloud
Chapter 19: What Next?