What You'll Learn
- Define and describe Interact's purpose and demonstrate how it functions.
- Be conversant with what an Interactive Channel is and what it does, and understand its key components.
- Identify the key components of the Interact architecture.
- Identify what Interact data sources are and describe how they are used.
- Demonstrate how the Interact API works using a simple example.
- List what the developer needs to know about designing interactions with IBM Interact.
- Understand the request-and-response approaches of the IBM Interact API.
- Understand and use the NameValuePair construct.
- Define the uses for the following classes of the Interact API: startSession, getOffers, postEvent, and executeBatch.
- Set the logging level for Interact.
- Understand what JMX Monitoring is and begin to use it to monitor performance and make adjustments.
- Begin to be familiar with causes and remedies for performance issues.
- Understand how Interact determines which offers are presented to customers.
- Use table-driven features to affect offer serving.
- Understand what the EXTERNALCALLOUT macro is, and how to use them.
- Be familiar with how the cross-session response handling feature works.
Who Needs To Attend
This advanced course is for advanced users of IBM Interact.