This guide explains how to work with Oracle Communications Design Studio design patterns, guided assistance, and externally created schemas. It explains how to automate builds and provides information about implementing continuous integration to design, create, and deliver operations support system (OSS) solutions across Oracle Communications products.

This guide assumes that you have a conceptual understanding of Design Studio and have read Design Studio Concepts.

This guide includes examples of typical development code used in given situations. The guidelines and examples may not be applicable in every situation.


This guide is intended for developers who work with Design Studio to build the code to support the metadata-driven components of Design Studio projects. You should have a good working knowledge of development languages such as Java, XPath, XQuery, or SQLcreate service fulfillment solutions.

Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Design Studio documentation set:

  • Design Studio Installation Guide: Describes the requirements and procedures for installing Design Studio.

  • Design Studio Concepts: Explains how to use Design Studio to manage and configure data for use across Oracle Communications service fulfillment products. This guide provides a conceptual understanding of Design Studio.

  • Design Studio System Administrator's Guide: Describes information about administering Design Studio. This guide includes information about configuring deployment settings for test environments, backing up and restoring Design Studio data, and automating builds.

  • Design Studio Security Guide: Provides an overview of security considerations, information about performing a secure installation, and information about implementing security measures in Design Studio.

  • Design Studio Help: Provides step-by-step instructions for tasks you perform in Design Studio.

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Document Revision History

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Version Date Description
E79086-01 February 2017 Initial release.