Goals:

  • Command of the Papyrus Objects administrative tasks
  • Create applications from existing frameworks and run production

Participants:

  • System administrators
  • Solution architects
  • Project managers

Prerequisites:

  • General understanding of IT principles and concepts
  • Object-oriented modelling principles

Duration:

  • 5 days

Time:

  • Mon 11-17
  • Tue – Thu 9-17
  • Fri 9-15

Content

Basics:

  • Papyrus WebRepository Administration concepts
  • User authorization through Role and Policy
  • Data interfaces and workflow processes
  • Design and administration

System configuration and administration:

  • System architecture and typical solution setups
  • Installing the Domain Controller
  • Installing and configuring the IPAS
  • Client node creation
  • User creation and authorization concepts
  • Role, Privilege and Policy definition
  • Central settings and Settings Explorer
  • Configuring frameworks by settings
  • Scalability, load balancing and reliability
  • Definition of backup procedures
  • Preparing for production with checklist
  • Creating Papyrus Query Language (PQL) scripts for automating administrative tasks

System analysis and monitoring:

  • Analysis with Application Analyzer (APA)
  • Configuration of the "APANet" component
  • Using PCS monitor and kernel traces
  • Performance and bandwidth considerations
  • Tuning of applications

Papyrus Frameworks:

  • Understanding the use of Templates
  • Understanding basic concepts: Task, Tool, Material
  • Task structures in the various frameworks
  • Modular framework components
  • Usage of Activity Recorder/Player
  • Import and export of frameworks
  • Configuration of auditing

Change Management:

  • Versioning and variants
  • The administration process
  • Use of Private/Public Development Framework

Task Management:

  • Job administration
  • Setting up queues and tools
  • Configuration of Adapters/Receivers
  • Using Agent rules
  • Setup of a high-availability system
  • Configuration of proxy management

Papyrus Query Language (PQL):

  • Learn about PQL as query language
  • Basic syntax, usage of functions
  • Components making use of PQL in Papyrus Objects

Papyrus Desktop:

  • Usage of standard views
  • Use standard plugins

Registration

To register please complete and submit the online registration.

You will receive a written confirmation with the accurate course information, a map to find the course location and a choice of hotels nearby. We are happy to book the hotel reservation for you if required. More information on available hotels can be found here.

Cancellation of the course is free of charge up to two weeks before the course date. After that, the full fee for the course applies.

We would like to point out that workshops might be postponed due to low registration and recommend taking this into account when arranging your flight schedule. Please note that all our prices are quoted net and do not include local taxes.

Course guides (electronic on DVD) are included in the price. All prices are excluding tax. Terms and conditions for ISIS Papyrus Services apply.