space
Search Courses  in 

Get CourseName COURSE FEES Instantly from BEST Training Institutes!

 

I need details for

 

My Name

My Mobile Number

My Email ID

 

Best Training institutes ,Computer education and Coaching classes in Koramangala as of August 21, 2018

 

 

training institutes CAD POINT
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

Best training institute
CAD POINT at Koramangala - class room	 photo_16658 CAD POINT at Koramangala - class room	 photo_16661 CAD POINT at Koramangala - center entrance photo_15870 
Address: No.56, 1st A Main Road, 7th Block, Near Empire hotel Opposite Airtel showroom Koramangala , Bangalore – 560 095

CAD POINT conducts Fashion Designing, MS Office, Comptia N+, Networking, Bigdata training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Hexaurum Consultants
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

Best training institute
Hexaurum Consultants at Koramangala - computer lab photo_15413 Hexaurum Consultants at Koramangala - class room photo_15412 
Address: No. 72/33, 3rd Floor, Green Leaf Extension, Koramangala 4th Block Bangalore-560034

We always give others MORE than they expect to get by providing Quality with Service. Overview knowledge of new technologies can Often open avenues for time and cost savings. Hexaurum Consultants conducts Forex Trading training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Sketch Career
Koramangala, Bangalore
No Reviews. Write a Review

 

Best training institute
Sketch Career at Koramangala - course counseling photo_17814 Sketch Career at Koramangala - class room	 photo_17815 Sketch Career at Koramangala - class room	 photo_17813 
Address: 2nd Floor, Door No 7, 80 Feet Main Road, Koramangala 1st A block , Bangalore, India 560034

Sketch Career conducts Digital Marketing, SEO Training, Photography training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Alpha IT Training Center
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

Best training institute
Alpha IT Training Center at Koramangala - class room	 photo_17075 Alpha IT Training Center at Koramangala - institute building photo_17866 Alpha IT Training Center at Koramangala - institute building photo_17867 
Address: 16 3rd Flr, 100 Feet Rd, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034 google map of 17693

We always give others MORE than they expect to get by providing Quality with Service. Overview knowledge of new technologies can Often open avenues for time and cost savings. Alpha IT Training Center conducts MS Office, PMP Certification, Project Management, SEO Training, Web Designing training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes NIDI Careers - National Institute of Digital
Koramangala, Bangalore
No Reviews. Write a Review

 

training institute

NIDI Careers - National Institute of Digital India. conducts SEO Training, Digital Marketing training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes CADD Mentors - Koramangala
Koramangala, Bangalore
No Reviews. Write a Review

 

training institute

CADD Mentors - Koramangala conducts Interior Designing, CAD CAM CAE training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Dreamz Designz
Koramangala, Bangalore
No Reviews. Write a Review

 

training institute

Dreamz Designz conducts Fashion Designing, Interior Designing training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Wedoeconsult
Koramangala, Bangalore
No Reviews. Write a Review

 

training institute

Wedoeconsult conducts SEO Training, Digital Marketing training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes BODHINOTEZ PRIVATE LIMITED
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

training institute
Address: S S Residency, 1st Main, ST Bed 4th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore-560034

BODHI NOTEZ Private Ltd, builds & provides practical, customized training & consulting services to corporate and individuals across the globe in the area of Public Standards & Best Practices. BODHINOTEZ PRIVATE LIMITED conducts COBIT, ISO Certifications, ITIL Foundations, PMP Certification, Project Management training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes IIFCA ACADEMY
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

training institute
IIFCA ACADEMY at Koramangala - training lab photo_9717 IIFCA ACADEMY at Koramangala - class room	 photo_9709 IIFCA ACADEMY at Koramangala - in photo_9701 
Address: 75/3, Kristal Prestige,1st floor, Kormanagala 5th Block, Bangalore 560034 google map of 14866

IIFCA- Institute of Finance & Computer Accounting, a leading ISO 9001-2008, certified educational Institute with International accreditation.IIFCA offers professional tailor made courses to students . IIFCA ACADEMY conducts Soft Skills, TOEFL, Foreign language Courses, SAP, BPO Voice training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Namma Computers
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

training institute
Namma Computers  at Koramangala - 	institute name board photo_15543 Namma Computers  at Koramangala - 	institute name board photo_15544 Namma Computers  at Koramangala - class room photo_15542 
Address: #12, 3rd Floor, Patel Narayan Reddy Layout Ejipura, 6th Block Koramangala Bangalore-560095

Nama Computer with more than 10 years experience in various IT fields especially in Software is one of the best resources to help you to computerize your business systems. Namma Computers conducts WebLogic, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Certifications, Data Warehousing, VMware training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
training institutes Codefrux Technology
Koramangala, Bangalore

 

training institute
Address: #13, 3rd floor, 5th cross, 6th block, 60ft road, Koramangala Bangalore-560095

Codefrux Technology conducts iOS Apple iPhone, Salesforce, Bigdata, Python, Android training classes at Koramangala in Bangalore.
 
First << 1 2 3 4 5  >> Last

 

Training centers in koramangala, bangalore - Reviews & Complaints

List of training reviews for institutes located in and around koramangala in bangalore location

 
Pushpendra 3 Star Rating: Good Training(3-Good Training)
good faculty in this institute & good facility in this institute.
Institute reviewed : PKG Institute in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Veena 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
The way of teaching is really good.. and we get Real time Project after finishing the course.. it will be very helpful for our carrier.. and we get job for sure..Not applicable
Institute reviewed : Codefrux Technology in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Ankur S 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
I have joined here for IELTS General. The training was very good. The materials provided were very helpful. The faculty gives individual attention and helped me to understand the IELTS concepts and also boosted my confidence level. I would definitely recommed to my family and friends.
Institute reviewed : IIFCA ACADEMY in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Anju Thomson 4 Star Rating: Best Training (4-Best Training)
Joined here for IELTS Academics training. The individual caring and motivations given through the training improved in achieving good score in IELTS exam.
Institute reviewed : IIFCA ACADEMY in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Aparna Bhat 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
Joined here for TOEFL training and coaching. I really liked the teaching and learning experience was good, within a short span of time, I felt confident to face the exams. I totally recommend people who are looking to take fulltime or crash course for TOEFL / PTE / IELTS.
Institute reviewed : IIFCA ACADEMY in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Stalin S 4 Star Rating: Best Training (4-Best Training)
Joined for Advanced Excel training. It was good helpled me a lot. So I can suggest everyone to prefer IIFCA Academy.
Institute reviewed : IIFCA ACADEMY in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 
 
Adithya 5 Star Rating: Excellent Training (5-Excellent Training)
Took admission here for Spoken English and also for SAP FICO training. Both the faculties are really good and senior most and very knowledgeable in there respective fields. The power of explanation and teaching concepts were excellent. Always caring and encouraging each students.
Institute reviewed : IIFCA ACADEMY in Bangalore for training in Bangalore
 


 

Training with placement, Course fees and Trainer Profiles in koramangala, bangalore

Hurray Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 5 Day(s) of .Net MVC training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

The best rated trainer in Bangalore. He has helped 100s of students to get placed in IBM Accenture ITC and other MNCs. Trainer has trained many corporates and 1000s of candidates from different compan

Introduction  Introduction  The MVC Architecture  Anatomy of a Request  ASP.NET MVC  Diff Between MVC & Web Forms  The Tenets of MVC  Web Forms vs. MVC  Summary Building an MVC Application  Introduction  MVC Project Templates  Demo: Default MVC Web App  Demo: Application Structure  Demo: Implementing the App  Summary MVC Code  Introduction  Demo: MVC Code  Demo: MVC Views  Demo: MVC Models  Demo: MVC Testing  Summary Controllers  Introduction  Manage App Using Controller  Controllers in System.Web.Mvc  The IController Interface  Demo: IController Interface  Controller Abstract Base Class  The Controller Class  MVC Request Process Pipeline  Action Method Selection  Action Method Qualifications  ActionName Attribute  Demo: ActionName Attribute  ActionMethodSelector Attribute  Demo: ActionMethodSelector  Summary Controller Actions  Introduction  Action Method Input  Context Object Input  Demo: Context Object Input  Parameter Input  Demo: Parameter Input  Model Bindings  Demo: Model Bindings  Summary Action Results  Introduction  Returning Action Results  Action Result  ActionResult Types  Demo: ActionResult Types  Demo: Finding Appropriate View  Demo: Passing Data to the View  Demo: Content Result  Demo: JavaScript Result  Summary Data and Business Rules  Introduction  MVC Models  Models Role in MVC  Anatomy of a Request  Building Models  Creating a Custom Data Model  Demo: MVC Models  Demo: MVC Model Interaction  Demo: Action Method  Demo: Creating Views  Demo: Editing Views  Demo: Deleting Views  Summary Entity Framework Model  Introduction  LINQ to SQL  Entity Framework MVC Model  Demo: Framework MVC Model  Display a List of Products  Demo: Product Controller  Demo: Create the View  Demo: Editing Features  Summary Data Validation  Introduction  Validation and Annotations  Validation Attributes  Demo: Validation  Client-Side Validation  Demo: Client Validation  Summary Views  Introduction  MVC View Engine  Anatomy of a Request  Default View Engine  Creating Views  Demo: Creating View  Adding Content to a View  Demo: Adding Content  Content Result  Demo: Content Result  Inline Code  Demo: Inline Code  Code Nugget Syntax  ViewData  Summary HTML Helper Methods  Introduction  HTML Helper Methods  Demo: HTML Helpers  Partial Views  Demo: Partial Views  RenderAction Components  Demo: RenderAction  Summary HTML Helpers  Introduction  HtmlHelper Class  HTML Helper Methods  Using View and Model Data  Adding Arbitrary Attributes  Demo: Arbitrary Attributes  Using HTML Helpers  Demo: Using HTML Helpers  Input Element Helpers  Demo: Input Element Helpers  Summary StronglyTyped and Template  Introduction  Strongly Typed Helpers  Demo: Strongly Typed Helpers  Other HTML Helpers  Demo: Other HTML Helpers  Templated Helper Methods  Demo: Templated Helper  Creating Custom Helpers  Demo: Custom Helpers  Summary Action Filters  Introduction  Action Filters  MVC Action Filters  Authorize Action Filter  Demo: Authorize Filter  HandleError Action Filter  Demo: HandleError Filter  OutputCache Action Filter  Demo: OutputCache Filter  RequireHttps Action Filter  Demo: RequireHttps Filter  Summary Routing  Introduction  MVC and Routing  Two Components of Routing  Guide to URLs  URL Rewriting  Matching URLs to Methods  Defining Routes  Demo: Routing  URL Pattern  Demo: URL Pattern  Demo: Default Values  Summary Routing and Generating URLs  Introduction  Constraints  Demo: Constraints  Catch-All Parameter  Demo: Catch-All Parameter  Limitations  Stopping + Ignoring Routes  Demo: Ignoring Routes  Generating URLs  ActionLink + RouteLink  Demo: Generate URLs  URL-Matching Algorithm  Named Routes  Demo: Named Routes  Summary MVC and Ajax  Introduction  Problems with Ajax  MVC and Ajax Together  Ajax Libraries  Microsoft Ajax Library  Ajax Library Files  jQuery in MVC Applications  jQuery Files  When JavaScript is Disabled  Demo: Degrading  Summary MVC Ajax Features  Introduction  MVC Ajax Features  Ajax Helper Methods  AjaxHelper Class  AjaxOptions Class  Fetching Page Content  Demo: Fetching Content  Demo with Firebug  Summary Submitting Ajax Forms  Introduction  Submitting Form with Ajax  Demo: Submitting Form  Demo: GetDog View  Demo: Null response  Ajax-Related Action Results  Working with JSON Data  Demo: JSON Data  Invoking JavaScript  Demo: Invoking JavaScript  Summary MVC 3 and Razor  Introduction  Breaking Change  Upgrading from MVC 2 to 3  Demo: Converting to MVC 3  The Razor View Engine  Razor Design Goals  Using Razor  The Razor Syntax  Demo: Razor View  Layout Pages  Demo: Layout Pages  Summary New MVC 3 Features  Introduction  New Features from Old  Demo: New Features  Model Validation  Demo: Model Validation  SkipRequestValidation  Demo: SkipRequestValidation  Remote Attribute  Demo: Remote Attribute  Summary View and Controller Changes  Introduction  New Helper Methods  Demo: New Helper Methods  Running Code Before a View  Demo: Code Before a View  Controller Enhancements  Demo: Controller Enhancements  New Redirection Methods  Global Filters  Demo: Global Filters  Partial Page Output Caching  Demo: Output Caching  Controller Session State  Demo: Session State  JavaScript and Ajax  Separation of Functionality  Demo:JavaScript Enhancements  Summary
Hurray Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 60 Day(s) of SAP training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

Our trainers are one of the best in the industry. They all come with minimum of 8-10 years of corp[orate experience and comes with a certification from SAP. They teach here for their passion and helpi

SAP SAP is business software which specializes in industry specific Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions. SAP Education can help design and implement learning strategies which cover the entire corporate education value chain. Training options are based on solution, role, or program. We offer certifications and customized, industry-based education solutions. Salient Points  Trainer with Industry exposure  Focus on business Scenario Building than SAP Customization or SAP Transaction Industry knowledge  Career Guidance in SAP  Flexi Hours  One to one courses  Placement services MODULES AVAILABLE 1.TECHNICAL MODULE ABAP: Advance Business Application Programming BASIS: Business Application Software Integrated Solution 2. FUNCTIONAL MODULE FICO : Financial accounting and controlling SD : Sales & Distribution PM : Plant Management HRM : Human Resource Management PP : Production Planning MM : Material Management 3. NEW DIMENSIONAL MODULE PLM : Project Lifecycle Management APO : Advance Planning Optimizer SCM : Supply Chain Management CRM : Customer Relationship Management EHS : Environmental Health & Safety PS : Project System PI : Project Integration QM : Quality Management SEM : Strategic Enterprise Management SRM : Supplier Relationship Management HCM : Human Capital Management CIN : Country India Version. 4. INDUSTRIAL SPECIFIC IS Retail IS Oil & Gas IS Banking IS Utilities 5. SAP TECHNO FUNCTIONAL BI : Business Intelligence 6. PROJECT PREPARATION Technical Module Functional Module New Dimensional Module Industry Specific Module CIN(Country India Version) SAP_BASIS A set of middleware programs and tools that provide the underlying base that enable applications to be interoperable across operating systems. SAP Basis includes a RDBMS, GUI, and client server architecture. Beyond the interface aspect of Basis, it also includes such components as a data dictionary as well as user and system administration. Basis is the administration of the SAP system. It s a piece of middleware which links the application with the database and the operating system. Basis is most commonly associated with the GUI interface to the SAP. It consists of the following applications/sub modules/screens: Security (BC - SEC) Application Link Enabling (ALE) Remote Function Calls (RFC) Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) Common Program Interface Communications (CPI-C) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Customizing (BC-CUS) ABAP Programming and Runtime Environment (BC - ABA) Client Server Technology (BC - CST) Network Integration (BC - NET) Basis Services/ Communication Interfaces (BC - SRV) Computing Center Management System (BC - CCM) Upgrade General (BC - UPG) Change and Transport System (BC - CTS) Operating System Platform(BC - OP) Database Interface, database platforms (BC - DB) Front End Services (BC - FES) ABAP Workbench (BC - DWB) Documentation and Translation Tools (BC - DOC) Controls and Control Framework (BC - CI) Business Management (BC - BMT) Middleware (BC - MID) Computer Aided Test Tool (BC - CAT) Ready to Run R/3 (BC - BRR) Authorizations System Monitoring with CCMS Workload Alert Monitor SAP ABAP 1 Introduction to SAP � Introduction to ERP � Overview of SAP � SAP modules at a Glance 2 ABAP Data Types � Character � Integer � Numeric Character � Floating Point � Packed Decimals � Time � Date, Strings 3 Loops & Branches � Do, Do n times, While � If, If Else, if Ladder, Case � Small Programs � Factorial program � Indentation � Code Inspector � Extended Program Check 4 Structures & Internal Tables � Over View of Structures � Similar Structures creation � Different Structures � Different structures with Extra Fields � Over View of Internal Tables � Similar Internal tables creation � Different Internal tables � Different Internal tables with Extra Fields � Modify Operation on Internal Table � Delete Operation on Internal Tables Sorting Of internal tables ( Sort) Searching Techniques Of internal Table 5 Landscape & SAP R/3 Architecture � Landscape Model � Overview of R/3 6 Normalization & Select Statements � Over view of Normalization � Select Statements � Logical operators � Select Single & Up to 1 rows � Nested Select queries � For all Entries � Join Statements � Inner join & Left Outer Join 7 Modularization Techniques � Over view of Modularization � Macros � Includes � Subroutines � Function Modules 8 Selection Screen Design � Over View of Selection Screen � Selection Screen elements 9 Basic Report � Over view of Report � Report with out events � Report with events ( Classical report) � Interactive Report � Menu Design � Message class Creation � Text messages creation � Hide Technique � Get Cursor Technique � Read Line Statement � At Events ( control Events) � Variant Creation � Transaction Code Creation � End User access 10 BDC (Batch Data Communication) � Over view of BDC � GUI Up load � GUI Down load � Data sets � BDC Programming � Call Transaction � Session Methods 11 Data Dictionary � Creation of Data Base Table � Creation of Domains � Creation of Data types � Creation of Views � Creation of Structures � Creation of Type pools � Creation of Search Help � Creation of Lock objects � Creation of table maintenance 12 Module Pools � Over view of Module pools � Creation of Create button � Creation of Display � Creation of Sub screens � Creation of Tab Strip � Creation of Table Control � Creation of Save button to update Data Base 13 Sap Scripts � Over view of Scripts � Creation of Paragraphs � Creation of Character Formats � Creation of Pages � Creation of Windows � Creation of Page windows � Creation of Script program � User Exists Over view Cross Applications 14 RFC � Over view of CA � Creation of RFC � Fetching Data Using RFC � ARFC & TRFC 15 ALV (ABAP List Viewer) � Over view of ALV � ALV List Display � ALV Grid Display � ALV Catalog Creation 16 BAPI � Over View Of BAPI � Remote FM Creation � Creation of BOR � Creation of BAPI � Check The Status of BAPI � Super type Creation 17 LSMW � Over view of LSMW � Creation of Project , Sub Project , Object Type � Creation of Batch Input Using Recording Mode � Steps To Create LSMW 18 SMART FORMS � Over view of Smart Forms � Creation of Paragraphs(Styles) � Creation of Character Formats(Styles) � Creation of Pages � Creation of Windows � Creation of Page windows � Creation of table format � Creation of Smart Form program 19 Work Flow � Over view of Work Flow � Creation of prefix � Creation of Standard tasks � Creation of Standard Template � Creation of Workflow builder 20 ALE/Idocs � Over view of ALE/ IDOcs � Creation of RFC Destinations � Creation of Ports � Creation of Partner Profile � Creation of Distributed sys � Transfer the data Btw sys This course consists of 2 modules (25 days/5 weeks) Module 1: ABAP Workbench Fundamentals Duration : 15 days Course Objectives � Work with the ABAP Workbench tools � Develop your own simple ABAP programs � Use object-oriented programming in ABAP Objects TARGET AUDIENCE Development Consultants who are responsible for developing and customizing ABAP / ABAP Objects programs COURSE CONTENT Introduction into mySAP Business Suite (presentation of e-business solutions, overview about SAP Web Application Server, communication and integration technology)  ABAP Workbench tools � Fundamentals of programming in ABAP: Basic ABAP syntax elements, user dialogs, techniques of list creation, function modules, program calls and data transfer � ABAP Dictionary � Creation of global objects (data types, tables, views) and search helps � Object oriented programming with ABAP Objects (classes and objects, inheritance, interfaces, events, exception concept, persistent objects) � Programming list with the ALV Grid Control � Advanced programming in ABAP (performance of internal and data base table accesses, dynamic programming) � Case study (applying the basic knowledge learned in this course in a programming project Module 2: ABAP Workbench Concepts Duration : 10 day(s) Course Goals: � Use the ABAP/ABAP Objects programming language and the ABAP Workbench tools to develop your own business applications or to customize SAP standard software � Utilize your knowledge directly as a junior consultant in your first period of practice Target Audience � Development consultants who are responsible for the development and customizing of business applications in ABAP/ABAP Objects Course Content � Dialog programming: principles and ergonomics, user interface, screen object attributes, implementation, and processing, context menus, list processing � Database updates: Open SQL statements, LUW-concept of SAP Web AS, usage of SAP locking concept, database updates from dialog programs using suitable techniques: inline updates, synchronous, asynchronous and local updates in V1 and V2 mode, implementation of complex transactions � Overview of the SAP implementation tool Solution Manager: e-learning for selfstudy � Enhancements and modifications: changing the SAP standard software, personalization, enhancement techniques (Dictionary appends, customer exits, business transaction events, Business Add Ins), modifications incl. modification assistant and adjustment, SAP Note Assistant � Case study: applying basic knowledge learned in this course in a programming project SAP ABAP HR HR ABAP Course Content SAP ABAP-HR Online Training SAP ABAP-HR , SAP ABAP HR Component is to be able to process employee related data according to business requirements in an effective structure. The Human Resources module uses a system of data grouped together called infotypes. Course contents 1) Introduction to SAP and different modules of SAP 2) Introduction to R/3 Architecture and ABAP 3) Difference between ABAP and HR ABAP programming 4) Logical Database 5) Structures of SAP HR 6) Different modules in SAP HR 7) Personnel Administration � Infotypes � Custom infotype creation � Programming � Infotype processing � Join and Projection � Repetitive structures 8) Organization Management � Overview � Creation of reporting structure � Infotypes � OM programming using LDB � OM programming using function modules 9) Payroll � Overview � Introduction to different payrolls � Programming in payroll � Different macros used in payroll � Different function modules used in payroll � Retro concept 10) Time management � Overview � Different infotypes used in TM � Programming in Time management � Integration of Time with Payroll � Time management system (CATS) 11) Benefits � Overview � Different infotypes used in benefits � Programming 12) Posting � Important tables and standard reports in posting � Small reports in posting 13) Introduction to ESS and MSS 14 ) Files PCL1, PCL2, PCL3 and PCL4 15) Other useful function modules in ABAP HR 16) Standard reports highly useful in ABAP HR SAP BASIS COURSE CONTENTS ________________________________________ 1. INTRODUCTION TO ERP Introduction to SAP R/3 2. SAP R/3 ARCHITECTURE Central System Distributed Presentation 2-Tier Configuration 3-Tier Configuration 3. SYSTEM LANDSCAPE AND FLOW Single System Landscape Two System Landscape Three System Landscape Multi System Landscape 4. INSTALLATION OF SAP Installation Concepts on Windows & UNIX and Quick Sizing Naming Convention, Software Kit, SAP Licensing Installation Procedure - Windows Application Server for UNIX SAP System R/3 Directory Structure, Kernel 5. GUI ADMINISTRATOR Optimization Security 6. OPERATION MODES Manual Switching of OP Modes Exceptional Mode Monitoring 7. PROFILE MAINTENANCE & PARAMETER SETTING System Profile Transport Profile Client Profile Authorization Profile 8. USER ADMINISTRATION Creating and Maintaining Master Records, Architecture Logon and Password Security, Protecting Special Users Creating and Maintaining Single and Mass Users and User Groups Copying, Deleting, Locking/Unlocking Users Explanation of Terms Object Class, Authorization Object, Authorization, Profile Create/Maintaining Authorization/Profile Manually Create/Maintaining Roles/Generating Profiles by using PFCG 9. CLIENT ADMINISTRATION Client Maintenance Copying Client within R/3 System (Local) Copying client between R/3 Systems (Remote) Export/Import Protecting Client Monitoring and Verifying a Client Copy Deleting Client Tips and Troubleshooting 10. TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TMS Terminology and Concepts Configuring TMS and Checking Transport Directory Configuring Transport Domain, Domain Controller and Group Configuring Virtual SAP System and Displaying Configuration Including SAP systems in the Transport Domain Creating Consolidation and Delivery Routes Maintaining SAP Systems without Common Transport Directory Configuring External Systems Locking and Unlocking TMS for a SAP System Deleting SAP System from the Transport Domain Deleting TMS Configuration 11. CHANGE AND TRANSPORT SYSTEM Releasing and Transporting Change Request and Tasks Cutomizing, Workbench, Transport Organizer Importing Change Requests 12. SPOOL ADMINISTRATION Print related Terminology in OS/SAP Level Setting Local, Remote and Front-End Printing Logical and Real Spool Server Managing Spool Requests using Output Controller Connecting Output Devices to Window System SAPLPD, TemSE, Authorization 13. PATCH AND KERNEL ADMINISTRATION Checking the Patch, Spam, Kernel Levels Downloading Installing Patches, Kernel Applying at OS Level, SAPNET, Front-End Troubleshooting Various Issues 14. CCMS Introduction to CCMS CCMS Monitors Alert Monitors Analyzing Alerts and Performance Tuning 15. BACKGROUND PROCESSING Background Dialogs Concept Defining Jobs Analyzing Jobs Maintenance Jobs 16. DISTRIBUTED R/3 SYSTEM Creating Regular Instance Creating Logon Groups for Load Balancing 17. OSS AND SNOTE CONCEPTS How to Use for Different Purposes Manually Applying OSS note on SAP Standard Program 18. SAP ROUTER Installation of SAP Router Creating Route Permission Table Setting Route String Entry for SAP Router Using Various Administrative Options 19. DATABASE MANAGEMENT Introduction to Oracle Oracle Architecture Introduction to SAPDBA Creating Tables and Table Space Adjustment Database Backup, Restore and Recovery 20. PERFORMANCE TUNING OS, H/W Performance Considerations Memory, Management R/3 Buffers, Page Buffers, Extended and Heap Memory, PRIV Mode 21. SYSTEM MONITORING Daily, Weekly, Monthly Tasks 22. SAP IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY 23. CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN R/3 AND BW BW Architecture Defining and Assigning Logical Systems Workbench Administration 24. SAP NETWEAVER SAP FICO ________________________________________ SAP ERP Module A. Financial Accounting (FI) SAP ERP Sub-Module and Functionalities 1. General Ledger 2. Account Receivables 3. Account Payables 4. Fixed Assets Accounting 5. Bank Accounting 6. Cash Journal Accounting 7. Inventory accounting 8. Tax Accounting 9. Accrual Accounting 10. Cash Transactions 11. Bank Transactions 12. Financial Statements - Legal and Statutory Reporting B. Financial Supply Chain Management 1. Credit management C. Management Accounting Or Controlling (CO) 1. Profit Center Accounting 2. Cost Centre Accounting 3. Internal Order Accounting 4. Profitability Accounting 5. Transfer Pricing 6. Job Order Costing DETAILED SYLLABUS GL � General Ledger CEA � Cost Element Accounting AP � Accounts Payable CCA � Cost Center Accounting AR � Accounts Receivables IO - Internal Order Accounting AA � Asset Accounting PCA � Profit Center Accounting BA � Bank Accounting PC - Product Costing CO-PA � Controlling Profitability Analysis GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTING Organization Structure Company Company Codes Business area , Profit Centers Financial Accounting Global Settings Fiscal year Variant Field Status Variant Tolerance Groups Document types & Number Ranges Master Data GL Planning (New) Introduction to New GL Accounting (New) Parallel Currencies Foreign Currencies Interest Calculation Business Process (Easy Access Screen) Creation of General Ledger master Document postings, changes and reversals Account balance verification Templates like Sample , Reference Documents ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Master data Outgoing Payment  Manual Payments  Automatic Payments  Payment Methods Spl GL transactions  Advances or Down Payments  Notes items Payment Terms & Cash discounts Business Process (Easy Access)  Creation of Vendor Master records  Purchase cycle  Invoice Postings  Advance payments  Payments  Forex liability valuation ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE Master data Incoming Payment  Manual Receipts  Cheque Deposits Spl GL transactions  Customer (Advances) Down Payments  Notes items  Bill of Exchanges Payment Terms & Cash discounts Dunning Process Business Process (Easy Access)  Creation of Customer Master records  Sales cycle  Invoice Postings  Advance receipts  Receipts  Forex liability valuation ASSET ACCOUNTING: Organization structure  Chart of Deprecation  Account Determination  Screen Layout Rules  Number Ranges  Asset Classes Integration with General Ledger Depreciation keys Asset Under Construction from internal orders Business Process (Easy Access)  Creation of Asset Masters  Acquisition of Assets  Sales of Assets  Transfer of Assets a. Inter company b. Intra company  Depreciation postings  Settlement of AUC BANK ACCOUNTING House Banks o House Banks o Banks Id�s o Check lots � Cheque Deposits � Manual & Automatic bank reconciliation � Cash Journal CO - CONTROLLING GENERAL CONTROLLING Organization structure in Controlling Controlling Area COST ELEMENT ACCOUNTING Master data � Primary & Secondary Cost Elements Accrual Calculation COST CENTER ACCOUNTING Master data � Cost Centers, Activity Type & Statistical Key figure Cost Center Planning Actual Postings Period End closing activities INTERNAL ORDER ACCOUNTING Master data � Internal Order Internal Order Planning Budget & Availability Control Period End closing activities PRODUCT COSTING Product Cost Planning Costing Sheet Cost Component Structure Costing Variants Cost Object Controlling Product cost by Period Product cost by Order Product cost by Sales Order Period End closing activities Overhead calculation WIP Calculation Variance Calculation Settlement CO-PA (Controlling Profitability Analysis) Structures Master Data Flow of Actual Values Forms & Reports Profit Center Accounting Basic Settings Master Data Planning Actual Posting INTEGRATION Materials Management (MM) with Finance Integration Valuation Class Price Indicator Account Determination Sales & Distribution (SD) with FI Integration. Sales pricing procedure Condition Techniques Account Determination INFORMATION SYSTEM 1. Balance Sheet and Profit Loss Account. 2. Chart of Accounts 3. Trail Balance 4. General Ledger. 5. User Manual. 6. Vendor List. 7. Vendor Wise Purchases. 8. AGE Wise Analysis of Vendors. 9. Down Payment Report of Vendors. 10. Vendor Ledger. 11. Due Date Forecast of Vendors. 12. Customer List. 13. Customer Wise Sales. 14. AGE Wise Analysis of Customers. 15. Down Report of Customers. 16. Bill Of Exchange Bank Wise and Party Wise. 17. Department Wise /Telephone Wise Cost Report Actual Cost and Variance. 18. Vehicle Wise/ Telephone Wise Cost Report Actual Cost Variance. 19. Department Wise and Machine Wise Assets Details � Gross Block, Accumulated Depreciation and Net Block. 20. Depreciation Forecast. 21. Depreciation Posting Period Wise. 22. Schedule V Assets Report. 23. Assets Addition Report, Sale Report, Profit/Loss on Sale of Assets Report, Assets Transfer Reports. 24. Audit Information System SAP MM Materials Planning Basics Planning Run Lot-Size Calculation Reorder Point Planning and Planning Evaluation Section 4: Purchasing Details & Optimization Introduction to Purchasing Details Outline Agreements Source Determination Optimized Purchasing Section 5: Inventory Management / Physical Inventory Purchasing Details & Optimization Inventory Management: Overview Goods Receipts Reservations and Goods Issues Stock Transfers and Transfer Postings Consignment Subcontracting Physical Inventory Management Cycle Counting Inventory Sampling Section 6: Valuation & Account Determination Introduction to Material Valuation Valuation and Account Assignment Material Price Changes Special Inventory Management Features Section 7: Invoice Verification Introduction to Invoice Verification Basic Invoice Verification Procedure Taxes, Cash Discounts, and Foreign Currency Variances and Blocking Reasons Invoice Reduction Variances without Reference to an Item Invoices for POs with Account Assignment Delivery Costs Subsequent Debits/Credits Credit Memos and Reversals Invoice Verification in the Background ERS and Invoicing Plans Releasing Blocked Invoices GR/IR Account Maintenance Conventional Invoice Verification Customizing for Invoice Verification Conclusion Section 8: Classification & Related Areas in MM Classification Document Release (Approval) Procedure Batch Management overview Section 9: ASAP ASAP Overview Implementation Roadmap Section 10: Cross-Functional Customizing Global Settings MM Organizational Levels: Business Scenario Master Data in Materials Management Purchasing Pricing Inventory Management Test Mock Interview Project Training in SAP MM Assignments Table of ContentsSAP BI 7.0 1. SAP Net weaver Business Warehouse � Overview ............................................................................... 3 1.1 Evolution ..................................................................................................................................... 3 1.2 Layers .......................................................................................................................................... 3 1.3 Basic Navigation ............................................................................................................................ 3 1.4 Workbench Functions ................................................................................................................... 3 1.5 Landscape ................................................................................................................................... 3 2 Info Objects and Master Data ............................................................................................................... 4 2.1 Types Of InfoObjects ..................................................................................................................... 4 2.2 Creating an InfoArea ..................................................................................................................... 4 2.3 Creating & Configuring InfoObject Catalog ................................................................................... 4 2.4 Creating & Configuring a Characteristic InfoObject ...................................................................... 4 2.5 Creating & Configuring a Key Figure InfoObject ........................................................................... 4 2.6 Creating a Unit InfoObject ............................................................................................................ 4 3 DSO�s ................................................................................................................................................... 4 3.1 An Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 4 3.2 Types of DSO�s ............................................................................................................................... 4 3.3 Architecture ................................................................................................................................ 4 3.4 DSO Design & Configuring ............................................................................................................. 4 3.5 Advantages & Disadvantages of DSO�s ......................................................................................... 4 4 Infocubes ............................................................................................................................................. 4 4.1 Modeling InfoCubes ...................................................................................................................... 4 4.2 The Schemas ............................................................................................................................... 4 4.3 Types of InfoCubes ........................................................................................................................ 4 4.4 Creating & Adding Dimensions ..................................................................................................... 4 5 InfoProviders ....................................................................................................................................... 4 5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 5 5.2 Design .......................................................................................................................................... 5 5.3 Infosets ........................................................................................................................................ 5 5.4 Creating an Infoset ........................................................................................................................ 5 5.5 Joins ............................................................................................................................................. 5 5.6 Virtual Providers ........................................................................................................................... 5 6 Extraction, Transformation and Loading .............................................................................................. 5 6.1 Transformation ............................................................................................................................. 5 6.2 Loading Master Data ..................................................................................................................... 5 6.3 Creating Source System ................................................................................................................ 5 6.4 Creating a DataSource .................................................................................................................. 5 6.5 Creating a DTP ............................................................................................................................... 5 6.6 Creating an InfoPackage ............................................................................................................... 5 6.7 Data Extraction .............................................................................................................................. 5 6.8 Monitor PSA ................................................................................................................................ 5 6.9 Monitor DTP ................................................................................................................................ 5 6.10 Loading Transactional Data ........................................................................................................... 5 6.11 PSA & Error Stack .......................................................................................................................... 5 7 Extraction from SAP source system ...................................................................................................... 5 7.1 Bi Content ................................................................................................................................... 5 7.2 Activation of bi content ................................................................................................................ 6 7.3 Data extraction using Lo � cockpit ................................................................................................ 6 7.4 Extraction modes .......................................................................................................................... 6 7.5 Update modes ............................................................................................................................... 6 7.6 Generic extraction ......................................................................................................................... 6 7.7 Creating, configuring a generic data source ................................................................................. 6 7.8 Extraction Queues ......................................................................................................................... 6 8 BEx Query Designer ............................................................................................................................... 6 8.1 Tool Landscape............................................................................................................................ 6 8.2 Creating a simple BEx query.......................................................................................................... 6 8.3 Defining filters ............................................................................................................................... 6 8.4 Define rows & columns ................................................................................................................. 6 8.5 Executing the query ...................................................................................................................... 6 8.6 OLAP Variables .............................................................................................................................. 6 8.7 Types of variables........................................................................................................................ 6 8.8 Processing types ............................................................................................................................ 6 8.9 Variable editor .............................................................................................................................. 6 8.10 Structures .................................................................................................................................... 6 8.11 Selections & Formulas ................................................................................................................... 6 8.12 Conditions & Exceptions ............................................................................................................... 6 9 Administration & Monitoring ................................................................................................................ 6 9.1 DSO Administration & Maintenance ............................................................................................. 6 9.2 Info cube administration & Maintenance ..................................................................................... 7 9.3 Aggregates .................................................................................................................................. 7 9.4 Compression ............................................................................................................................... 7 9.5 Process Chains ............................................................................................................................... 7 SAP BI 7.0 Syllabus 1. SAP Net weaver Business Warehouse � Overview 1.1 Evolution 1.2 Layers 1.3 Basic Navigation 1.4 Workbench Functions 1.5 Landscape 2 Info Objects and Master Data 2.1 Types Of InfoObjects 2.2 Creating an InfoArea 2.3 Creating & Configuring InfoObject Catalog 2.4 Creating & Configuring a Characteristic InfoObject 2.5 Creating & Configuring a Key Figure InfoObject 2.6 Creating a Unit InfoObject 3 DSO�s 3.1 An Introduction 3.2 Types of DSO�s 3.3 Architecture 3.4 DSO Design & Configuring 3.5 Advantages & Disadvantages of DSO�s 4 Infocubes 4.1 Modeling InfoCubes 4.2 The Schemas 4.3 Types of InfoCubes 4.4 Creating & Adding Dimensions 5 InfoProviders 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Design 5.3 Infosets 5.4 Creating an Infoset 5.5 Joins 5.6 Virtual Providers 6 Extraction, Transformation and Loading 6.1 Transformation 6.2 Loading Master Data 6.3 Creating Source System 6.4 Creating a DataSource 6.5 Creating a DTP 6.6 Creating an InfoPackage 6.7 Data Extraction 6.8 Monitor PSA 6.9 Monitor DTP 6.10 Loading Transactional Data 6.11 PSA & Error Stack 7 Extraction from SAP source system 7.1 Bi Content - 7.2 Activation of bi content 7.3 Data extraction using Lo � cockpit 7.4 Extraction modes 7.5 Update modes 7.6 Generic extraction 7.7 Creating, configuring a generic data source 7.8 Extraction Queues 8 BEx Query Designer 8.1 Tool Landscape 8.2 Creating a simple BEx query 8.3 Defining filters 8.4 Define rows & columns 8.5 Executing the query 8.6 OLAP Variables 8.7 Types of variables 8.8 Processing types 8.9 Variable editor 8.10 Structures 8.11 Selections & Formulas 8.12 Conditions & Exceptions 9 Administration & Monitoring 9.1 DSO Administration & Maintenance 9.2 Info cube administration & Maintenance 9.3 Aggregates 9.4 Compression 9.5 Process Chains SAP BI is a techno-functional module which would require atleast 2+ or 3 + years of experience in IT industry or hands-on experience with Database. Any candidate with a computer science background can take up this course. On completion of the below activities , a candidate should be able to attend any interview with full confidence and increase the chances of getting a IT role as a SAP BI Consultant in any MNC�s provided he/she has a genuine IT Experience with a different technology and looking for a career leap. Taught Activities above can be estimated to be be upto 90 hrs SAP CRM Course Content Introduction on ERP Introduction on SAP Introduction on CRM CRM Business Partners Creation of BP (Business partners) on Category Basic settings (Field grouping, No range,�etc) BP Grouping BP Relationships Visual Configuration Tools OM (Organization Model) CRM Organizational Model Organizational Data Determination Territory Management Hierarchy Levels, Hierarchy ID, Assigning employee to Hierarchy Product master Product types Creation of Hierarchies and Categories Creation of Attributes, Settypes Activity Management Business Activities /Task Activity monitor Basic functions Partner Processing Access sequence, Partner determination procedure Sales Transaction Enquiries & Quotations Sales Order Customizing Sales Transactions Sales Order scenario in CRM & R/3 Data Flow Data Flow in Business Transactions Copy Control Item category determination Marketing Management Marketing plan Campaign management B P Segmentation Define Marketing Attributes and Attribute Sets Create Data and Sample Source Profile Set Details Product Proposal Personalized Mail forms External List Management Allocation Planning, Assigning Target group to channel Campaign Execution Lead Management Questionnaire/Evaluation for leads Qualification level for leads Origin, Priority, Group Sales Opportunity Management Customizing Opportunities Sales cycle, Phases Origin, Group, Priority Service Service organization Service cycle Service Order Service Confirmation Complaints and Returns Warranty management CRM Contact Channels CIC (Customer Interaction Center) Frame work & Title Hidden Components, Visible Components Action Box settings, Remainder scripting Interactive scripting ASAP Methodology System Landscape Middleware and Updates Version updates 2007 (6.0) Concepts Features Advantages Screen changes Terminology Web UI (User Interface) Business Roles Workcentres Logical links/Direct links Role Config keys PFCG Roles Navigation bar profile�etc SAP Retail Introduction of Retail Org structure and Master Data for MM and SD Master Data article site Customer Vendor SO Merchandising MM Proc Scenarios Stock Transfer PO Vendor Consignment Allocation Table Collective PO Relenishment Planning Sales Retail Pricing SO POS Integration(Inbound and outbound) SAP SRM 1. Introduction to SAP SRM and SRM Server overview � Core Supply Process � Operational Procurement � Strategic Sourcing � Supplier Enablement � SAP Components 2. Backend integration and configuration � Technical basic settings � System communication � Logical systems and RFC destination � ALE � Middleware settings � Master data Replication � Cross Application settings � Organization Model � Attributes maintenance for the Organization structure � User Management � Number ranges � Workflow 3. Operational Procurement � Self Service Procurement � Classis Scenario � Extended Classic Scenario � Decouple Scenario � Standalone Scenario � Service Procurement � Plan-Driven Procurement 4. Strategic Sourcing � Catalog Content Management (SAP CCM) - Overview and configuration of Catalogs � Strategic Sourcing and Contract Management � Spend Analysis 5. Supplier Enablement � Supplier Registration � Supplier Collaboration 6. Overview of Business Add-Ins ( BADIs) with SAP SRM � Available BADIs � Examples of BADIs in SAP SRM 7. Some Additional data � Overview of SAP OSS � How to check the OSS notes � How to create OSS messages and communication with SAP OSS CRM TECHNICAL TRAINING � SAP CRM � Introduction � CR 100 � Business Partners � Product Master � Organization Model � Transactions � Basic Functions ( Partner Determination , Text Determination , Status Management , Date Management & Action ) � Pricing � Billing � Middleware ( landscape of CRM / ECC / BI ) � CR 580 � Introduction to Webui ( PCUI and Webui) � Navigation with in the Webui � Introduce Components � Business Role & Navigation Bar � AET � Design Layer � Personalization � CR 410 � Interaction center � Account Identification � Agent Inbox � CTI � Rule Modeler � IC scenario specific Functions � IC Agent Functions � SAP CRM 581 � Customizing Basics � Unit 2: BOL and Genil Basics � Unit 3: UI Component Development - Views, View sets and Window - Events and Navigation - Custom Controller and Context Node Binding - Component Interface and Usage - Editable Overview Pages - Transaction Context � Unit 4: UI Component Enhancement Concept - Basics and examples with exercises � Unit 5: Navigation Bar - Integration of UI components to the Navigation Bar - Dynamic Navigation - Navigation to Transaction Launcher Application with Parameter � Unit 6: Genil Enhancements - Application Enhancement Tool - Enhancement concept for standard Genil Components - Business Partner and Business Transactions - Optional: Example for Products - Simple Objects � Unit 7: Additional topics - Value Helps and Popups � CR 500 � SAP Business workflow SAP PI Course Contents SLD 1.Overview 2. System Catalog 3. Product Catalog 4. CTS Plus overview ESR 1.Overview 2.Interface Objects 3.Mapping Objects � Different Type of Mapping Techniques 4. Cache Overview Integration Directory 1.Overview 2.Classical Scenarios 3. ICO Scenario 4. Cache Overview Run Time Work Bench 1.Overview 2.Details of all objects. 3. Monitoring Concepts 4.Alert Monitoring and Configurations End to End Scenarios 1.File to File 2.IDOC Scenario 3.RFC Scenario 4.Proxy Scenario 5.JDBC Scenario � if possible 6. SOAP Scenario 7. Overview of Remaining Adapters (Mail, JMS, HTTP...) Administration 8. Connection establishments to ECC 9. Basis settings of PI SAP PP COURSE CONTENT Unit 1: Plan to Produce Business Process Overview Unit 2: Production Planning Master Data � Material master configuration and use in production planning � Bill of material (BOM) configuration and use in production planning � Routings (task lists) configuration and use in production planning � Work center configuration and use in production planning Unit 3: Master Planning � Sales and Operations Planning � Demand Management planning strategies and planned independent requirements � Long-Term Planning Unit 4: Material Requirement Planning � Master Production Scheduling procedure � Consumption based planning (re-order point planning, forecast-based & Time-phased) � Material requirement planning run configuration � Material requirement planning evaluation tools Unit 5: Capacity Planning � Capacity planning master data components � Capacity planning scheduling parameters � Available capacity determination � Capacity evaluation Unit 6: Production Orders � Scheduling of production orders � Production order components � Production Resources & Tools (PRT s) Unit 7: Discrete Manufacturing � Planned order structure � Production order types � Material staging and withdraw � Production confirmation � Goods movements � Order settlement Unit 8: Repetitive Manufacturing � Master Data � Planning � Planning Table � Pull List material staging � Backflushing Unit 9: Reporting & Tools � Production planning reporting � Material requirement planning reporting � Maintenance of master data using mass change functions
Hurray Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 60 Day(s) of Software Testing training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

The best rated trainer in Bangalore. He has helped 100s of students to get placed in IBM Accenture ITC and other MNCs. Trainer has trained many corporates and 1000s of candidates from different compa

Manual:- Manual Testing syallabus: 1) Software Engineering Concepts � Introduction � Importance of software systems � Common problems in software development and Software Bugs � Testing Objectives. 2)Software Development Models � Waterfall Model � Incremental Model � Agile Model � Spiral Model � V Model 3)Static Testing � Review . � Inspections . � Walkthrough. 4) Dynamic Testing � Unit Testing � Integration Testing � System Testing 5) User Acceptance Testing 6)Software Testing Life Cycle and implementation 7)Test Requirements Gathering and Analysis � Requirements Reviews � Requirements Issues Identification 8) Test Strategy Preparation 9) Software Test Plan Preparation 10) Test Case identification 11) Identify Scenario based Test Cases 12)HLD and LLD 13) Defect Reporting and Tracking � What is defect? � Categories of defects � Defect life cycle process � Formal Defect report Template � Defect Metrics � Defect Removal Efficiency 14)Test Measurement Techniques and Metrics � collection � Importance of Test Metrics � Testing Data Used for Metrics � Different types of Metrics � Test Closure Activity � Test Execution Stop Criteria � Test Summary Report Preparation � User Acceptance Testing � Importance of User Acceptance Testing � Scope of UAT � Alpha Testing � Beta Testing All the functionalities with Real time Examples and live project QTP  Basic Quick Test professional (22 hrs) 1. Introduction to Automation Testing 2. Introduction to QTP 3. QTP supporting Environments 4. Features of QTP 5. Testing Process 6. QTP Frameworks 7. Modular Frame work 8. Library driven frame work 9. Data driven frame work 10. Keyword driven frame work. 11. Importing the data from database 12. Recovery manager 13. Batch testing. 14. Regular Expressions. 15. Synchronization 16. Check points 17. Output values 18. Parameterization 19. Object identification 20. Object repository 21. Debugging 22. Running Modes. 23. Connectivity to QC.  VB script (6 hrs) 24. Introduction to VB script. 25. Variable 26. data Types 27. String, date, array and conversion functions. 28. Reading the values from DB, External Excel sheet. 29. Automation life cycle.  Advanced Quick Test professional (6 hrs) 30. QTP objects Models. 31. Advantages of descriptive programming. 32. Dictionary objects. 33. Descriptive Programming. 34. Creating objects. 35. Working with web application 36. New features in QTP 11 Live Project
Vinnox Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 30 Day(s) of Salesforce training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

7 years of professional experience as a developer, with 3 years of experience in Salesforce CRM as Developer/Admin. Possess knowledge of CRM processes like Sales, Marketing, Customer Service and Cust

SALES FORCE ADMIN Course Outline: Administration Essentials for New Admins (DS_ADM201) Getting Around the App  Understand the data model and navigation  Find answers in Help & Training Getting Your Organization Ready for Users  Set up the company profile  Configure the user interface  Set up activities and calendars  Configure search settings  Set up Chatter Setting Up and Managing Users  Manage user profiles  Create and manage users  Troubleshoot user login issues  Set up Chatter Free and Chatter external users Security and Data Access  Restrict logins  Determine object access  Manage record access with the role hierarchy  Deal with record access exceptions  Manage field-level security Customization: Fields  Administer standard fields  Create new custom fields  Create selection fields: picklists and lookups  Create formula fields  Work with page layouts  Work with record types and business processes  Maintain data quality Managing Data  Import new records using import wizards  Update existing records with the data loader  Keep records up to date with Data.com and social accounts and contacts  Mass transfer records between users  Back up data with a weekly export  Mass delete records Reports and Dashboards  Run and modify reports  Create new reports with the report builder  Filter reports  Summarize report data with formulas and visual summaries  Print, export, and email reports  Build dashboards Automation  Manage email administration  Set up workflow rules  Automate leads and cases Managing the Support Process*
Vinnox Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 30 Day(s) of Salesforce Administrator training course in Bangalore with Basic Placement Support.

7 years of professional experience as a developer, with 3 years of experience in Salesforce CRM as Developer/Admin. Possess knowledge of CRM processes like Sales, Marketing, Customer Service and Cust

SALES FORCE ADMIN (DS_ADM201) & (DS_ADM211) Course Outline: Administration Essentials for Experienced Admins (DS_ADM211) Discovery  Establish a process for delivering analytics solutions  Discover high-level requirements Defining Your Analytics Infrastructure  Define a report and dashboard architecture  Discover high-level requirements Pipeline Analysis  Analyze executive requirements  Design an executive dashboard solution  Analyze pipeline  Determine top 10 opportunities with a row limit filter  Analyze opportunity size with a bucket field Closed Business Analysis  Compare closed business month over month  Analyze win rates with a joined report Pipeline Trend Analysis  Understand opportunity trends with stage history  Analyze opportunity trends with an analytic snapshot and a combination chart Forecast Analysis  Understand the capabilities of Collaborative Forecasts  Analyze the company�s sales forecast with a custom report type  Analyze quota attainment with a joined report  Validate that a solution meets requirements Lead Performance Analysis  Analyze which types of leads perform best  Monitor lead conversion times  Analyze campaign revenue generation Sales Management Analysis � Activities  Design a dynamic team dashboard  Understand activities  Report on activities  Analyze neglected accounts with a cross filter Sales Management Analysis � Opportunities  Identify stalled opportunities and bottlenecks  Identify opportunities at risk with a cross filter and a joined report Sales Rep Analysis  Monitor individual pipelines  Manage activities Deploying Your Analytics Solution  Communicate changes to users  Maximize user adoption of reports and dashboards  Improve report performance
Vinnox Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 35 Day(s) of Salesforce Developer training course in Bangalore with No Placement Support.

9 years of professional experience as a developer, with 3 years of experience in Salesforce CRM as Developer/Admin. Possess knowledge of CRM processes like Sales, Marketing, Customer Service and Cust

SALES FORCE DEVELOPER (DS_DEV401) , (DS_DEV501) & (DS_DEV502) Course Outline: Building Applications with Force.com(DS_DEV401) Designing Applications on Force.com  Data Model and Navigation  Help & Training  Learn about factors to consider when building a d ta model.  Develop custom objects and fields, encrypted fields, field help, and field history tracking.  Use master-detail, lookup, and many-to-many relationships.  Create a user interface for custom applications using the custom object tab, page layout, and customization options.  Set field attributes on the page layout.  Use custom object queues and event-based workflow rules with field update actions.  Develop custom formulas and validation rules. Designing Applications for Multiple Users  Learn about factors to consider when designing applications for multiple users.  Create profiles, understand what a profile controls (including data access), and customize profiles to manage the user experience.  Create and customize permission sets to manage the user experience.  Customize the user experience with record types and page layouts  Control access to records.  Employ organization-wide defaults (OWDs), sharing rules and levels, roles, public groups, and manual share.  Apply profiles, OWDs, role hierarchy, and sharing to restrict access to sensitive data.  Apply OWDs, public groups, and manual sharing to create conditional access to data.  Analyze suitability of field-level security, page layouts, and record types to satisfy business requirements. Implementing Business Processes  Use the VLOOKUP, REGEX, ISCHANGED, ISNEW, and PRIORVALUE functions to build business processes.  Use validation rules to enforce conditional require behavior.  Use functions to enforce data format and data consistency.  Implement multi-step approval workflows and escalations to automate business processes.  Create parallel approval processes and approval processes with dynamic approval routing.  Use outbound messages as part of an approval process.  Establish approval process criteria with cross-object formulas.  Set up field history tracking to audit processes.  Learn techniques to prevent or record data changes. Managing Data  Learn when and how to use upsert.  Use data management tools and the capabilities of API-based tools.  Use the Force.com data loader to create mapping files and to upsert data. Force.com Pages  Learn about the capabilities of Force.com pages.  Incorporate Force.com pages into Salesforce CRM .  Construct expression bindings and incorporate Salesforce CRM into Force.com pages with components.  Use Force.com pages components to create page layouts, input forms, output tables, custom components, and more.  Create partial page refreshes on JavaScript events.  Learn about the functionality that comes with Force.com pages standard controllers.  Find out when Force.com code is required for creating custom controllers or extensions. Course Outline: Apex & Visualforce Controllers (DS_DEV501) Force.com Code (Apex)  Describe the features, functionality, and use cases of Apex.  Describe the data types and syntax of Apex.  Write Apex that handles bulk data.  Write SOQL and SOSL queries to return data from the database.  Write complex joins in SOQL.  Describe the different governor limits and ways to work within them.  Create a unit test for a class.  List the requirements for deploying Apex code into production.  Describe the capabilities of Apex Web services and callouts.  Send and receive email from Apex.  Describe the capabilities of batch Apex.  Describe the capabilities of custom settings. Visualforce Controllers  Understand the Visualforce framework, including its advantages and capabilities.  Use expressions to bind data and actions on a page to a controller.  Understand the concepts behind controllers, including their functionality and capabilities.  Create custom controllers and standard controller extensions to incorporate new data and actions into a page.  Understand the security implications of using custom vs. standard controllers.  Implement wizards using custom controllers to handle the state and operations.  Create custom components that use custom controllers.  Test, debug, and deploy controllers. Course Outline: Integrating with Force.com (DS_DEV502) Integrations Overview  Key characteristics of an integration  Salesforce integration mechanisms Security and Authorization, and Authentication  Force.com security  Single sign-on with federated identity using SAML  Single sign-on delegated authentication Working with Salesforce Data  Retrieving data: sObjects, SOQL, and SOSL SOAP API  Working with the SOAP API  Working with the partner WSDL  Debugging and testing JSON  JSON basics  JSON and Java  JSON and C# Force.com REST APIs  The basics of REST  The REST API  The Chatter API Force.com Bulk API  An overview of the Bulk API  Using the Bulk API to modify data  Querying with the Bulk API Force.com Streaming API  The architecture  Working with the Streaming API  Key Streaming API facts Data Loader in Architecture  Data Loader overview  Including Data Loader in architecture Apex, Data Loader, and Integrations  Custom Apex web services  Apex callouts  Email services Declarative Integration Features  Outbound messaging  Salesforce to Salesforce Embedding Web Pages and Applications within Salesforce  Mashups and Visualforce  Force.com Canvas Extending Salesforce to a Broader Community  Communities  Portals integration  Sites  Site.com overview  Ideas integration CTI  An introduction Design Workshop  Review  Architecting a solution
Vinnox Technologies institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 35 Day(s) of Bigdata training course in Bangalore with Basic Placement Support.

 Having 12 years of experience in all phases of Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) including Requirement gathering, Analysis, Design, Development, Testing, Deployment, Delivery and Support,

BIG DATA ANALYTICS � Module 1 : Big Data � An Overview o What is Cloud Computing o What is Grid Computing o What is Virtualization o How above three are inter-related to each other o What is Big Data o Introduction to Analytics and the need for big data analytics o Hadoop Solutions - Big Picture o Hadoop distributions o Comparing Hadoop Vs. Traditional systems o Volunteer Computing o Data Retrieval - Radom Access Vs. Sequential Access o NoSQL Databases � Module 2 : The Motivation of Hadoop o Problems with traditional large-scale systems o Requirements for a new approach � Module 3 : Hadoop Basic Concepts o What is Hadoop? o The Hadoop Distributed File System o How MapReduce Works o Anatomy of a Hadoop Cluster � Module 4 : Hadoop Demons o Namenode o Datanode o Secondary namenode o Job tracker o Task tracker � Module 5 : Hadoop in Detail o Blocks and Splits o Replication o Data high availability o Data Integrity o Cluster architecture and block placement � Module 6 : Programming Practices and Performance Tuning o Developing MapReduce Programs in Local Mode Pseudo-distributed Mode Fully distributed mode � Module 7 : Writing a MapReduce Program o Examining a Sample MapReduce Program o Basic API Concepts o The Driver Code o The Mapper o The Reducer o Hadoop s Streaming API � Module 8 : Setup Hadoop Cluster o Install and configure Apache Hadoop o Make a fully distributed Hadoop cluster on a single laptop/desktop o Install and configure Cloudera Hadoop distribution in fully distributed mode o Install and configure Horton Works Hadoop distribution in fully distributed mode o Monitoring the cluster o Getting used to management console of Cloudera and Horton Works � Module 9 : Delving Deeper Into the Hadoop API o Using Combiners o The configure and close Methods o SequenceFiles o Partitioners o Counters o Directly Accessing HDFS o ToolRunner o Using The Distributed Cache � Module 10 : Common MapReduce Algorithms o Sorting and Searching o Indexing o Classification/Machine Learning o Term Frequency - Inverse Document Frequency o Word Co-Occurrence o Hands-On Exercise: Creating an Inverted Index � Module 11 : Debugging MapReduce Programs o Testing with MRUnit o Logging o Other Debugging Strategies � Module 12 : Advanced MapReduce Programming o A Recap of the MapReduce Flow o Custom Writables and WritableComparables o The Secondary Sort o Creating InputFormats and OutputFormats o Pipelining Jobs With Oozie o Map-Side Joins o Reduce-Side Joins � Module 13 : Monitoring and Debugging on Production Cluster o Counters o Skipping Bad Records o Rerunning Failed tasks with Isolation Runner � Module 14 : Tuning For Performance o Reducing network traffic with combiner o Reducing the amount of input data o Using Compression o Reusing the JVM o Running with speculative execution o Refactoring code and rewriting algorithms Parameters affecting Performance o Other Performance Aspects Hadoop Ecosystem covered as part of Hadoop Developer � Eco system component: HBase o Hbase concepts o Install and configure hbase on cluster o Create database, Develop and run sample applications � Eco system component:ZooKeeper o ZooKeeper concepts o Install and configure ZooKeeper o Use ZooKeeper for cluster maintenance � Eco system component: Hive o Hive concepts o Install and configure hive on clust er o Create database, access it console o Develop and run sample applications in Java/Python to access hive � Eco system component: Sqoop o Install and configure sqoop on cluster o Import data from Oracle/Mysql to hive � Eco system component: PIG o Install and configure PIG o Write sample Pig Latin scripts � Eco system component: Flume and Chukwa o Flume and Chukwa concepts o Install and configure flume on cluster o Create a sample application to capture logs from Apache using flume � Overview of other Eco system component: o Oozie, Avro, Thrift, Rest, Mahout, Cassandra, YARN, MR2 etc. � Analytics Basics o Analytics and big data analytics o Commonly used analytics algorithms o Analytics tools like R and Weka o Mahout
Aad-on consultants institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 45 Day(s) of Php MySQL training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

Our Trainers Experience Level will be Minimum Team Leader Position,Who have working Experience On PHP,Mysql,Html,Javascript,Jquery,Wordpress,Codeigniter,Seo Note:All trainers have Different Experien

PHP Basics Default Syntax Styles of PHP Tags Comments in PHP Output functions in PHP Datatypes in PHP Configuration Settings Error Types Variables in PHP Variable Declarations Variable Scope PHP s Superglobal Variables Variable Variables Constants in PHP Magic Constants Standard Pre-defined Constants Core Pre-difined Languages User defined Constants Control Structures Execution Control Statements Conditional Statements Looping Statements whith Realtime Examples Functions Creating Functions Passing Arguments by Value Passing Arguments by Reference Recursive Functions Arrays What is an Array? How to create an Array Traversing Arrays Array Functions Include Functions Include, Include_once Require, Require_once Regular Expressions Validating textboxes,emails,phone number,etc Creating custom regular expressions Object Oriented Programming in PHP Classes, Objects, Fields, Properties, _set(), Constants, Methods Encaptulation Inheritance and types Polymorphism Constructor and Destructor Static Class Members, Instance of Keyword, Helper Functions Object Cloning and Copy Reflections PHP with MySQL What is MySQL Integration with MySQL MySQL functions Gmail Data Grid options SQL Injection Uploading and downloading images in Database Registration and Login forms with validations Pagging,Sorting. Strings and Regular Expressions Declarations styles of String Variables Heredoc style String Functions Regular Expression Stntax(POSIX) PHP s Regular Expression Functions(POSIX Extended) Working with the Files and Operating System File Functions Open, Create and Delete files Create Directories and Manipulate them Information about Hard Disk Directory Functions Calculating File, Directory and Disk Sizes Error and Exception Handling Error Logging Configuration Directives PHP s Exception Class Throw New Exception Custom Exceptions Date and Time Functions Authentication HTTP Authentication PHP Authentication Authentication Methodologies Cookies Why Cookies Types of Cookies How to Create and Access Cookies Sessions Session Variables Creating and Destroying a Session Retriving and Setting the Session ID Encoding and Decoding Session Data Auto-Login Recently Viewed Document Index Web Services Why Web Services RSS Syntax SOAP How to Access Web Services XML Integration What is XML Create a XML file from PHP with Database records Reading Information from XML File MySQL Concepts Introduction Storage Engines Functions Operators Constraints DDL commands DML Commands DCL Command TCL Commands Views Joins Curosrs Indexing Stored Procedures Mysql with PHP Programming Mysql with Sqlserver(Optional) SPECIAL DELIVERY Protocols HTTP Headers and types Sending Mails using PHP Email with Attachment File Uploading and Downloading using Headers Implementing Chating Applications using PHP and Ajax SMS Gateways and sending SMS to Mobiles Payments gateways and How to Integrate them
Emphasis institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 2 Months of JAVA J2EE training course in Bangalore with 100% Placement Assistance.

Principal Engineers from top MNC Company with 10-12 years of industry experience. They know to deliver exactly what companies are looking for and will be able to upgrade more technical skills and chal

Java(Foundation) Module 1 - Getting Started � Describe the key features of Java technology � Write, compile, and run a simple Java technology application � Describe the function of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM�) � Define garbage collection � List the three tasks performed by the Java platform that handle code security Module 2 - Object-Oriented Programming � Define modelling concepts: abstraction, encapsulation, and packages � Discuss Java technology application code reuse � Define class, member, attribute, method, constructor, and package � Use the access modifiers private and public as appropriate for the guidelines of encapsulation � Invoke a method on a particular object � Use the Java technology API online documentation Module 3 - Identifiers, Keywords, and Types � Use comments in a source program � Distinguish between valid and invalid identifiers � Recognize Java technology keywords � List the eight primitive types � Define literal values for numeric and textual types � Define the terms primitive variable and reference variable � Declare variables of class type � Construct an object using new � Describe default initialization � Describe the significance of a reference variable � State the consequence of assigning variables of class type Module 4 - Expressions and Flow Control � Distinguish between instance and local variables � Describe how to initialize instance variables � Recognize, describe, and use Java software operators � Distinguish between legal and illegal assignments of primitive types � Identify boolean expressions and their requirements in control � Constructs � Recognize assignment compatibility and required casts in fundamental types � Use if, switch, for, while, and do constructions and the labeled forms of break and continue as flow control structures in a program Module 5 - Arrays � Declare and create arrays of primitive, class, or array types � Explain why elements of an array are initialized � Explain how to initialize the elements of an array � Determine the number of elements in an array � Create a multidimensional array � Write code to copy array values from one array to another Module 6 - Class Design � Define inheritance, polymorphism, overloading, overriding, and virtual method invocation � Use the access modifiers protected and the default (package-friendly) � Describe the concepts of constructor and method overloading � Describe the complete object construction and initialization operation Module 7 - Advanced Class Features � Create static variables, methods, and initializers � Create final classes, methods, and variables � Create and use enumerated types � Use the static import statement � Create abstract classes and methods � Create and use an interface Module 8 - Exceptions and Assertions � Define exceptions � Use try, catch, and finally statements � Describe exception categories � Identify common exceptions � Develop programs to handle your own exceptions � Use assertions � Distinguish appropriate and inappropriate uses of assertions � Enable assertions at runtime Module 9 - Collections and Generics Framework � Describe the general purpose implementations of the core interfaces in the Collections framework � Examine the Map interface � Examine the legacy collection classes � Create natural and custom ordering by implementing the Comparable and Comparator interfaces � Use generic collections � Use type parameters in generic classes � Refactor existing non-generic code � Write a program to iterate over a collection � Examine the enhanced for loop Module 10 - I/O Fundamentals � Write a program that uses command-line arguments and system properties � Examine the Properties class � Construct node and processing streams, and use them appropriately � Serialize and deserialize objects � Distinguish readers and writers from streams, and select appropriately between them Module 11 - Console I/ O and File I/O � Read data from the console � Write data to the console � Describe files and file I/O Module 12 - Building Java GUIs Using the Swing API � Describe the JFC Swing technology � Define Swing � Identify the Swing packages � Describe the GUI building blocks: containers, components, and layout managers � Examine top-level, general-purpose, and special-purpose properties of container � Examine components � Examine layout managers � Describe the Swing single-threaded model � Build a GUI using Swing components Module 13 - Handling GUI-Generated Events � Define events and event handling � Examine the Java SE event model � Describe GUI behavior � Determine the user action that originated an event � Develop event listeners � Describe concurrency in Swing-based GUIs and describe the features of the SwingWorker class Module 14 - GUI-Based Applications � Describe how to construct a menu bar, menu, and menu items in a Java GUI � Understand how to change the color and font of a component Module 15 - Threads � Define a thread � Create separate threads in a Java technology program, controlling the code and data that are used by that thread � Control the execution of a thread and write platform-independent code with threads � Describe the difficulties that might arise when multiple threads share data � Use wait and notify to communicate between threads � Use synchronized to protect data from corruption Module 16 - Networking � Develop code to set up the network connection � Understand TCP/IP Use Server Socket and Socket classes to implement TCP/IP clients and servers JDBC � Type of Drivers � JDBC classes and interfaces � Statements � Prepared Statements � Callable Statements � Scrollable Result set � Batch Updations � Save Points � Row Sets JSP � MVC Architecture � Life Cycle � Tags � Directive Tags � Declaration Tags � Expression Tags � Scriplets � Comments � Implicit Objects � Standard Action Tags � Error Pages � Custom Tags Types of Custom Tags Servlets � Life Cycle � Introduction to HTTP � HTML Basics � Servlet Classpath � Http Servlet Request � Http Servlet Response � Request Dispatcher � Managing Cookies � Session Handling � Filters � Listeners � Web.Xml Deployment JavaScript � Introduction to JavaScript � Why use a Scripting Language? � What does JavaScript Look Like? � Controlling your JavaScript � The Web Browser Object Model � Web Browser Hierarchy and Scoping � The Window Object � The Location Object � The History Object � The Document Object � The Data Object � Math Object Hibernate Module-1-Introduction to Hibernate � What is ORM? � Hibernate Architecture � Hibernate Configuration � Hibernate Sessions � Hibernate Callbacks � Hibernate s Support for Other Technologies Module-2- Hibernate Development Environment � Obtaining Hibernate � Hibernate Prerequisites and Requirements � Installing Hibernate � Hibernate Configuration File � Hooking Up a Database Server � Setting Up Hibernate to Use MySQL 6.0 Module-3- Developing a Standalone Hibernate Application � Creating the Java Class � Creating a Database Table � Building a Mapping Document for Database Tables � Application Skeleton Code � Loading the Mapping into an Application � Obtaining the SessionFactory � Creating Persistent Classes � Updating Objects � Deleting Objects � Loading Persistent Classes � Finding Data Objects � Exercising the Application Module-4- Developing a Servlet-Based Hibernate Application � Installing and Configuring Tomcat � Setting Up Tomcat Database Access � Adding Hibernate to the Web Application � Writing a Servlet to Use Hibernate Module-5- Overview of Hibernate JDBC Properties � hibernate.connection.driverclass � hibernate.connection.url � hibernate.connection.username � hibernate.connection.password � hibernate.connection.pool_size � hibernate.connection.datasource � hibernate.jndi.url � hibernate.jndi.class � hibernate.dialect � hibernate.default_schema � hibernate.Session_-factory_name � hibernate.use_outer_join � hibernate.max_fetch_depth � hibernate.jdbc.fetch_size � hibernate.jdbc.batch_size � hibernate.jdbc.use_scrollable_resultset � hibernate.jdbc.use_streams_for_binary Module-6- Building the Mapping in Hibernate < hibernate- mapping > Element Spring Module 1 - Introduction to Spring and its Architecture � Introduction to Spring � Spring Technology Benefits � Spring Architecture Overview � Spring 1.2 Overview and new features in Spring 2.0 Overview � Example Module 2 - The IoC Container � What is IoC? � Basics: Container and Beans � First Sample Application � Dependency Injection � Spring XML configuration file in detail � Bean Scope � Life Cycle Interfaces � ApplicationContext in Detail � Resources � Examples Module 3 - AOP with Spring � What is AOP? � AOP Concept � AOP in Action � Using AspectJ with Spring Application � Examples Module 4: Data Access with Spring � Spring DAO Support � Data Access using JDBC � Data Access using ORM Hibernate � Data Access using ORM Hibernate � Examples Module 5: Integration with Struts Framework � Introduction � Using Spring s ActionSupport � Override the Struts RequestProcessor with Spring s DelegatingRequestProcessor � Delegate action management to Spring � Examples Module 6: Integration with other J2EE Technologies � Integration to J2EE [JSP, Servlet ] technologies � Examples Module 7: Integration with ORM - Hibernate Framework � Integration to Hibernate technologies � Examples Spring Introduction Framework vs. library, Tight coupling vs. Loose coupling, Spring Characteristics. Why Spring? EJB vs. Spring, Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection?, Spring Modules and Spring Source Projects . Spring Dependency Injection Spring Schema Configuring Beans in Spring IOC container (Bean Wiring), Instantiating Spring IOC container, Specifying bean references- Dependency Injection Primitives and Strings, object references, Using Collection(set,list,map) for bean properties, Constructor vs. Setter Injection, Dependency checking of beans, Dependency checking using Annotations, Spring Auto Wiring with XML, Spring Auto Wiring with Annotations, Specifying data types for elements, Creating Beans using static factory and Instance Factory method, Setting bean scopes, Bean aware interfaces, Internationalization of messages, Loading Resources, Handling Application events. Spring AOP Classic Spring AOP Crosscutting Concerns & AOP Introduction, Classic Spring AOP ,Spring 2.X AOP and AspectJ introduction, Static and Dynamic Proxy, Classic Spring Advices,Before,AfterReturning,Around and Throws Advice, Pointcuts and Advisors, Creating proxies automatically. Spring 2.x AOP Enabling AspectJ support in XML configuration, Declaring Aspects using AspectJ Annotations, AspectJ annotations �Before, After returning, After throwing,After,Around, Using Join Point and Point Cut, Writing AspectJ Point Cut Expressions. Spring JDBC & Transaction JDBC vs. Spring JDBC templates, Using different JDBC Templates to query the database, Using different JDBC Templates to update the database, Using named parameters in JDBC template, Handing exceptions in Spring JDBC framework, Modeling JDBC operations as fine grained objects, Programmatic Transaction and declarative transaction management with Spring Transaction Manager. Spring ORM Support Problems in using ORM framework directly, Resource Factories and Hibernate Contextual Session, Spring Hibernate integration. Spring MVC Framework MVC Architecture � Using a Front Controller Framework, Analyzing Spring Web Application Flow, Understanding the usage of different type of controllers - AbstractCommandController, SimpleFormController, AbstractWizardFormController, MultiActionController, Understanding the usage of different type of View Revolvers, Understanding the usage of different type of Handler Mappings, Creating Controllers with Annotations, Grouping multiple actions into a controller, Internationalization in Web application, Introducing Security in Web Application & Testing. Spring Testing and Spring Security Creating Junit test, Spring Mock objects, Unit Testing Spring MVC application using Junit and Spring Framework classes, Spring Security Overview, Authenticating and authorizing users in a Spring web application using spring security API s. 1. Every concept explained with working code examples. 2. Code examples shared with participants.
Emphasis institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 1 Weeks of Bigdata training course in Bangalore with Basic Placement Support.

Highly Skilled professional who has 7-8 years of Industry experience on Technology and able to deliver what industry is looking for with more practical skills.They will share the industry challenges a

The Big Data Economy � Data! Data! Data! � Data Economy � Data Analytics � Data Science � Traditional Data Processing Technologies Apache Hadoop Architecture and Ecosystem � Hadoop Background � Hadoop Architecture � Hadoop and RDBMS � Hadoop Subprojects � Hadoop Distributions � Hadoop Documentation Setting up Hadoop � Installing Hadoop � Configuring Hadoop � Starting Hadoop � Running Hadoop Clients � Browsing Hadoop UI Consoles HDFS Architecture � Hadoop 1.0 HDFS Architecture � Hadoop 1.0 HDFS Architectural Capabilities - � Performance, Scalability, Availability, Installability, Comnfigurability, Operability, Usability, Security � Hadoop 2.0 HDFS Architecture HDFS Programming Basics � Hadoop Configuration API � HDFS API Overview � HDFS File CRUD API � HDFS Directory CRUD API HDFS Programming Advanced � File Compression Decompression � Type Serialization Deserialization � Sequence Files MapReduce Architecture � Hadoop 1.0 MapReduce Architecture � Hadoop 1.0 MapReduce Architectural Capabilities � Performance, Scalability, Availability, Installability, Comnfigurability, Operability, Usability, Programmability � Hadoop 2.0 MapReduce Architecture MapReduce Programming Basics � MapReduce Programming Concepts � Map Phase and Reduce Phase � MapReduce API � Key Java Classes and their Hierarchy � Steps to Write a MapReduce Program MapReduce Programming Intermediate � Setting Mapper Counts and Reducer Counts � MapReduce Configuration � Combiners � Partitioners � Speculative Execution � Task JVM Reuse � Compression MapReduce Programming Advanced � Output Format � Custom data Format � Input Format � Built in Mappers and Reducers � Counters � Multithreading � Distributed Cache MapReduce Streaming and Pipes � MapReduce using Hadoop Streaming � MapReduce using Hadoop Pipes MapReduce Development Best Practices � Logging in Hadooop � Exception Handling � Running Jobs Locally � Unit Testing with MRUnit � Top 10 Hadoop Anti-Patterns Querying Data using Hive � Hive Background � Hive Architecture � Downloading, Installing and Configuring Hive � Simple Hive Example � Loading Data into Hive � Hive Query Statements � Hive Schema Violations � Using Built-in Hive Functions � Partitioning Data using Hive � Joining Data Querying Data using Pig � Pig Background � Architecture � Downloading, Installing and Configuring Pig � Running Pig � Pig Latin Language Basics � Core Relational Operators � DISTINCT, FILTER, SPLIT, ORDER BY, LIMIT, GROUP, FOREACH � Built-in Functions � Relational Join Operators � Debug Operators Realtime Database using HBase � HBase Overview � Data Model � Architecture � Downloading, Installing and Configuring HBase � HBase Shell � HBase Java API for CRUD Operations
Emphasis institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 1 Months of Selenium training course in Bangalore with Basic Placement Support.

Highly Skilled professional who has 7-8 years of Industry experience on Technology and able to deliver what industry is looking for with more practical skills.They will share the industry challenges

Selenium Training Syllabus Introduction: � Introduction of selenium � Selenium components � How differs from other automation tools � Advantages of selenium � Overview of Testing framework � Overview of Eclipse Selenium Architecture � Selenium RC Architecture � Webdriver Architecture � Webdriver Vs Selenium RC � Brief explanation about advantages of webdriver Locator Techniques � Introduction about locator concept � Brief explanation of different locator techniques � Xpath techniques explanation with different kind of real time scenarios Selenium IDE � Download and Installation � Record and playback techniques � Modifying the script using IDE � Convert the IDE script into RC script � Validate the locator value using IDE Selenium setup � Explanation of step by step instructions for setup � Integration of eclipse and TestNG Selenium RC � Start the selenium Selenium server � Basics of Annotations in Testng � Write the basic script of Selenium RC � How to execute the scripts ( different ways) and look the results � Brief explanation of commands in selenium RC WebDriver � Webdriver setup � Detailed discussion about webdriver commands � Handling different browsers � Create our own methods in webdriver � More programming techniques in webdriver � Using RC commands from webdriver project � Migration of selenium1 code to selenium2 � Project structure organization TestNG � Brief about Testing framework and Testng � Annotation concept and different types � Testng Configuration � Suite execution from command prompt without eclipse � Parallel script execution � Grouping the testcases � Parameter configurations � Suite creation methodology � Report generation � Assertions � Verifications � Listeners in Testng � Create customized report using Testng & Java AutoIT � Need of AutoIT tool � Basics of AutoIT tool and create simple script � Converting AU3 file to exe file � Calling AutoIT script from selenium project Selenium Grid � Introduction of selenium Grid � Installation and setup of Hub and node � Script changes for Selenium grid execution � Simple script execution using grid � Parallel execution using grid
Emphasis institute located at koramangala in bangalore offers 1 Months of Android Application Development training course in Bangalore with Basic Placement Support.

Highly Skilled professional who has 7-8 years of Industry experience on Technology and able to deliver what industry is looking for with more practical skills.They will share the industry challenges

Andriod Training Syllabus Android Fundamentals � History of Android � Introduction to Android OS � What is Android? � Android Versioning � Android Development Tools � Android Architecture � Practical Installation of Android SDK, Eclipse and ADT Plug-in � Structure of a Android Project � OOPS Concepts � Inheritance, Polymorphism � OOPS Concepts � Interfaces, Abstract class � OOPS Concepts � Threads, Java Swings, Layout Managers � OOPS Concepts � Overloading and Overriding Android Concepts (Advanced) � Activity � Activity Lifecycle ( Callback Methods) � Activity � Fragments & Fragment Lifecycle � Intent and Intent Filters � Services � Content Providers � Broadcast Receivers � Introduction to Layouts and Design � Layout Manager and different Layouts � SQLite � Database Usage � Application Design Guidelines � Android Best Practices (Coding) Android (Expert Level) Module - 1. Introduction to Android � Overview of Android and Android SDK � History of Android � Android features Module � 2. Android Architecture Overview � Introduction to Android Platform layers � Linux kernel � Android Libraries � Android Dalvik VM � Application framework Module � 3. Android SDK � Android SDK and it s Components � Android Platforms � Eclipse and SDK installation � AVD creation � Creating first Android application � Project Structure � Emulator � SDK Tools � Eclipse and SDK Setup Hands ON Module � 4. Android Application Fundamentals � Activities � Services � Intent � Content Providers � Activating components � Shutting down components � Life Cycle of Application � Development tools � Manifest File � Life Cycle of Activity � Packages (APK Concept) � Managing Application Resources Module � 5. Creating Views and Activities(UI Development) � Using XML-Based Layouts � UI Events � Building Menus � Notifying users � Creating dialogs � Using Hierarchy Tool � Sample Application Module � 6. Creating Services � Parts of a Service � Implementing a Service � Modifying your Manifest file � Invoking a Service � Connecting to a Service � Sample Application Module � 7. Creating Intents, Intent Filters and Broadcast Receivers � What s Intent � Parts of Intent � Intent Routing � Intent Receivers � Sample Application Module � 8. Data Storage � Overview-storing, retrieving, and exposing data � Content Providers � Preferences � Files � SQLite Databases � Sample Application Module � 9. Debugging and troubleshooting techniques � DDMS � Debugging through Eclipse � Various debug tools supplied with the Android platform and their usage in different problem scenarios. Module � 10. Android Security Model � Overview of Android security architecture � Signing application packages � Using, declaring and enforcing permissions Module � 11. Maps, Geocoding and Location Based Services � Using Location-Based Services � Updating Locations in Emulator Location Providers � Selecting a Location Provider � Finding Your Location � Using the Geocoder � Creating Map-Based Activities � Sample Application Module � 12. Telephony and SMS � Launching the Dialer to initiate the phone calls � Accessing Phone and Network Properties and Status � Monitoring changes in phone state/activity /data connection � Sending SMS using Intent/Manually � Listening for incoming SMS Messages � Sample Application Module -13. Bluetooth, Network and WI-FI � Using Bluetooth � Managing Network Connectivity � Managing you WI-FI � Sample Application

 

Training Requirements for Best Training centers in koramangala, bangalore

Requirements for List of best training institutes in koramangala, bangalore City.


Vidhya V (koramangala Bangalore on 15-Aug-2018 )
Medical Coding Certification peofessional training duration - please inform. - medical-coding training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
ranjan (koramangala Bangalore on 13-Aug-2018 )
Basic Computer training realtime training required. - basic-computer-training training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
ranjan bhatnagar (koramangala Bangalore on 11-Aug-2018 )
CAT General training cost with job assurance support - cat-exam training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
Jayshree Parekh (koramangala Bangalore on 11-Aug-2018 )
Diploma in Photography peofessional training duration - please inform. - photography training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
Jitheesh Krishnan (koramangala Bangalore on 09-Aug-2018 )
Technical Writing training with placement wanted. - technical-writing training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
kambham kavya (koramangala Bangalore on 07-Aug-2018 )
to get better training in my required field and get a permanent placement. - accounting--finance training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
Misha (koramangala Bangalore on 06-Aug-2018 )
CEH - Certified Ethical Hacker (ceh--certified-ethical-hacker) - ceh--certified-ethical-hacker training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
Sohini Sinha (koramangala Bangalore on 05-Aug-2018 )
RPA Robotic Process Automation realtime training required. - automation--robotics training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
Neha Batra (koramangala Bangalore on 31-Jul-2018 )
CAT General training cost with job assurance support - cat-exam training in bangalore (koramangala)
 
junaid a (koramangala Bangalore on 28-Jul-2018 )
Microsoft Certifications training for MCP - Microsoft Certified Professional course - microsoft-certifications training in bangalore (koramangala)
 


 

 

 

TrainerDesk Training Jobs

 

JetKing Bangalore

 

Databytes Bangalore

 

IIHT Bangalore

 

RIA Institute of Technology Bangalore

 

Systems Domain Bangalore

 

Edusoft Training in  Bangalore

 

TIB BangaloreHybritic Informatics

 

java academy java j2ee training in bangaloreITBMS chennai Best Training Institute

 

Mazenet SolutionAIX Training in Delhi

 

shinelogics Infotech Velachery Chennaisap training institutes in chennai

 

IIHT Vadapalani Chennai

 

Training course fee & Discounts

 

 

   DMCA.com Protection Status