Online Instructor-Led Training ResourcesThank you for registering for the ActiveVOS Fundamentals course. This page contains materials for course registrants. If you have not registered, please see Training for details on signing up for a class.
If you are a registered participant, please review all the information on this page. Prior to starting class, ensure that you have completed the prerequisites (found at the bottom of this page).
Course FormatThis course consists of four sessions, each covered on a separate, contiguous day. Each day consists of:
The Course Materials section below contains links to the class resources including lab instruction documents, schema, WSDL, pre-configured services and other resources needed to complete the course.
- An instructor-led four hour session
- A combination of lecture, demonstrations and hands-on lab work
To facilitate presenting the lecture, we ask that you please hold your questions until the instructor breaks or asks for questions. You can also submit questions during the lecture using a chat tool with the meeting host. Submitted questions will be answered as soon as time permits.
Labs will be done in real time during the session. All participants will complete the labs after listening to a short presentation and watching a demonstration. We ask that all students focus on the material and lab work exclusively during these sessions so that the course work can be completed in a timely fashion.
Course MaterialsBelow is the link to a ZIP archive containing files you'll need for the class. Please be sure to download, extract and verify the contents of the archive prior to your designated class start time.
SupportIf you need assistance, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 203-929-9400 between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern.
Course PrerequisitesTo gain the most from this course, students should have a working knowledge of XML, XML schema, and familiarity with Web service concepts, in particular, Web Services Description Language (WSDL). On the ActiveVOS In Depth page, you will find primer-level materials covering these topics.Some of the materials for your review include the following: