JAVA ENTERPRISE EDITION 6 DEVELOPMENT – GTJ27

Course Description

Java Enterprise Edition defines a platform for multi-tier enterprise development. This training course describes how to use Java EE 6 to create Web applications, implement middle-tier application components, and persist data to a back-end database. The course covers the latest techniques and APIs in the Java EE 6 platform.

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Duration

5 days

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Target Audience

This training course is aimed at developers who need to create distributed applications for the Java EE 6 platform.

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Course Prerequisites

Delegates must have experience using the Java programming language. Familiarity with creating distributed applications would be beneficial, but is not a requirement.

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Suggested Follow on Courses

There are a number of options of suitable follow-on courses, depending on your business needs. Please contact us for further details.

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Course Content

Java EE Architecture:

Multi-tier architectures; Issues confronting distributed

programming and web deployment; Java EE overview; Java EE application

development; Java EE deployment

Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) Overview:

Database connections;

JDBC drivers; Table access; JDBC types; Transactions; Connection pooling

Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI):

Introduction to JNDI;

Performing naming operations; Using JNDI in Java EE 6

Remote Method Invocation (RMI):

RMI architecture; Programming

conventions; Programming the client; Programming the server; Security and

firewalls; RMI over IIOP

Java Servlets:

A request–response model for web usage; HTML forms;

Servlet requests and responses; Parameterizing servlets; Servlet lifecycle;

Session tracking; Cookies; HTTP headers; Annotation-based configuration via

the Servlet 3.0 specification

Java Server Pages:

Embedding active content or results in a web page; JSP

syntax; JSP and servlets; Expression Language (EL); JSP Standard Tag

Library (JSTL)

JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0:

Overview of JSF; Creating a simple JSF-based

Web application; Overview of templating

Introduction to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs):

What are EJBs?

Types of EJBs

Session EJBs:

Overview of session beans; Stateless session beans; Stateful

session beans; Transactions; Security management; Simplified packaging via

EJB 3.1

Persistence in Java EE:

Entity beans; EntityManager and Persistence Units;

Mapping entity classes to relational databases; Using the Java Persistence API

(JPA)

Java Message Service (JMS):

Reliable asynchronous messaging; JMS

features; Point-to-point messaging; Publish–subscribe messaging; Quality-ofservice

control; Message-driven beans

Web Services:

Overview of Web services and SOAP; Creating a Web

Service; Consuming a Web Service

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