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Introduction to J2EE using Weblogic
WebLogic Training Overview:

The J2EE platform is Java’s answer to enterprise scalable applications. J2EE is composed of many different APIs. This class introduces the student to several key APIs and gets them developing scalable enterprise applications immediately. This is a hands-on learning experience, with each student having their own Weblogic Server to learn with.

WebLogic Training Prerequisites :

Participants should have Java development background. Familiarity with developing HTML web pages is essential

WebLogic Training Objectives:

  • Build Web applications using JSPs
  • Build Web applications using Servlets
  • Itegrate database data with JDBC
  • Design applications using JavaMail
  • Use XML for data markup
  • Build asynchronous applications
  • Work with Session Beans
  • Integrate Database data with Entity Beans
WebLogic Training Course duration:

5 Days

WebLogic Training Course outline

Introduction to J2EE
  • What is Java?
  • What is J2EE?
  • The J2EE Architecture
  • Servlets and JSPs
  • Enterprise Java Beans
  • Application Server
Java Server Pages (JSP)
  • JSP Introduction
  • HTTP protocol
  • Simple JSP
  • JSP Expressions <%=
  • Declarations <%=
  • Scriptlets <%=
Advanced JSP
  • Page attributes
  • Page Import
  • JSP Implicit Objects
  • out
  • response
  • Handling Form Data
JSP State
  • Cookies Introduction
  • Retrieving Cookies Setting Cookies
  • Cookie Alternatives Encoding the URL
  • Using the Session Object
JavaBeans and JSPs
  • What is a JavaBean
  • Using a JavaBean
  • Setting Javabean Properties
JSP Error Handling
  • Default JSP Exception behavior
  • Error Page
  • Using the Exception Object
  • Using the Error Page
  • Alternatives to ErrorPage
JSP Tag Libraries
  • Introduction to Tag Libraries
  • Tag Library Components
  • The TLD File
  • The implementation Class
  • The JSP File
  • Deployment
Servlets Introduction
  • Servlets Design
  • GenericServlet
  • HTTPServlet
  • Servlet LifeCycle
Extending Servlets
  • Include
  • Setting Request Attributes
  • Retrieving Request Attributes
Servlet State
  • Cookies Intro
  • Retrieving Cookies
  • Setting Cookies
  • Cookie Alternatives
  • Encoding the URL
  • Using the Session Object
  • Retrieving the Session data
  • Managing the Session Object
JavaMail
  • JDBC Introduction
  • JDBC Components
  • Loading a Driver
  • Getting a Connection
  • Building a Statement
  • Using the Results
Session Beans
  • Mail Systems and JavaMail
  • The JavaMail Components
  • Establishing a Session
  • The Message, Defining Internet Addresses
  • Sending the Message
  • Mail Folders
  • Retrieving Messages
  • Authenticator objects
Entity Beans
  • Introduction to JMS Concepts
  • What is JMS?
  • JMS Classes
  • Key Objects
  • PTP Domain and Interfaces
  • Pub/Sub Domain and Interfaces
  • JMS Server and Destination
  • Creating the Sender
  • Handling the Message
  • Producing the Message
Message Driven Beans
  • Introduction to Distributed computing
  • Application Servers
  • EJBs, Necessary Files
  • Remote Interface
  • Home Interface
  • Local Interface
  • Local Home Interface
  • Implementation Class
  • Packaging the bean
  • Deploying the Bean
  • Writing a Client
  • InitialContext

 
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