JEE Server-Side Advanced Java

This course will introduce an overall architecture map to orient you to JEE server-side technologies. You will understand details of JDBC, servlets, JSP, RMI, Java Messaging, JavaBeans, and you will begin to understand Enterprise JavaBeans. After taking this class, you will be on your way to developing complex business applications using Java. This class will combine lecture with a unifying, hands-on example that will help you quickly understand the JEE architecture and its individual components.

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    • Introduction and Overview
    • Thin-clients: Browsers, HTML, XML, Applets
    • Java Server Pages (JSP) I: Basics
    • Servlets I: Basics
    • Java Program Deployment: JAR, WAR, EAR
    • JavaBeans: Introspection; properties; events.· JDBC: Connections; Statements; JDBC 3.0
    • Java Server Pages (JSP) II· Servlets II: Servlet chaining; Sessions; HTTP
    • Java Testing and Performance
    • Design Frameworks: MVC and Components
    • Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
    • Server-side communications
    • XML Brief: Relationship to HTML and SGML
    • Java Messaging Service (JMS)
    • EJB: Overview; Containers; Lifecycle; Beans
    • JavaMail: Overview

    Programmers who need to design and develop serious applications in Java.

    Participants should have already taken Java Programming Essentials or have an equivalent knowledge of Java programming. Familiarity with web technologies including HTML and web scripting is recommended. Six months of professional Java programming is a plus.

    Upon completing the course, the student will:

    • Write Java servlets that process HTML form data
    • Build Java servlets that generate Web pages
    • Understand various architectures for deploying JEE applications
    • Understand the use of Java Server Pages to quickly develop dynamic Web pages that are easy to maintain
    • Access databases through JDBC using servlets
    • Write distributed objects using RMI
    • Understand how to use RMI over IIOP to write a distributed application
    • Become familiar with Enterprise JavaBeans for encapsulating business logic
    • Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
    • Server-side communications
    • XML Brief: Relationship to HTML and SGML
    • Java Messaging Service (JMS)
    • EJB: Overview; Containers; Lifecycle; Beans
    • JavaMail: Overview

    • PC Workstation for use during training
    • Student Manual

    • JEE Server Side Enterprise Business Logic
    • XML Essentials
    • Advanced XML

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