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Migration to Rational Application Developer
Overview

This course will integrate a combination of instructor-led discussions and interactive workshops to demonstrate the usage of J2EE v1.4 abilities and development capabilities of RAD. This seminar will focus on the transition of experienced developers to RAD for the building of Java Servlets, JSPs, JavaServer Faces, EJB v3.0, role of Web services in EIS development, use of RAD profiling and the use of the Profiling Agent, use of CVS and team development and the ability to develop UML diagrams to model our applications.

Prerequisites

Each student should have a basic understanding of the internet and have been exposed to the Java programming language.

Class Format

Lecture and Lab

Audience

Java developers, web page designers and other professionals that will be designing, developing and implementing large scale applications using JSPs, JSFs, servlets, EJBs, Web services using Rational Application Developer.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Understand the role of the RAD IDE tool
  • Explain the role of RAD projects and perspectives
  • Demonstrate the usage of RAD wizards for rapidly developing components, projects and servers
  • Illustrate the J2EE 1.4 component model and role in designing server-side applications
  • Develop, debug and test servlet and JSP components
  • Demonstrate usage of custom JSP tags and tag libraries.
  • Illustrate the development of Service Data Objects (SDO) for accessing data fields and linking them to the interface.
  • Depict the role of JavaServer Faces for building web pages by assembling reusable components
  • Understand the use of CVS for managing team development
  • Demonstrate the use of the profiling perspective for analyzing our Java application
  • Illustrate UML visualization and modeling in RAD
  • Illustrate RAD EAR, WAR and JAR packaging
  • Deploy applications to the embedded WebSphere Application Server
Course Duration

3 Days

Course outline

WebSphere v6.1 Overview
  • Multitiered overview
  • N-tier architecture
  • Model-View-Controller
  • WebSphere products
  • Browser role
  • HTTP Server
  • Application Server
  • Standalone vs Network Deployment administration
  • RAD Suite
  • J2EE platform
  • J2EE APIs
  • J2EE services: JNDI, JDBC, Security, RMI, JMS, etc
  • J2EE packaging
  • Application lifecycle
  • WebSphere architecture: Cells, Clusters, Nodes, Node Agents, Web Services Gateway
  • RAD development environment
RAD v7 IDE
  • Understanding Eclipse
  • Multiple document interface
  • RAD product evolution
  • Plug-in architecture
  • Java development features
  • Web development
  • XML capabilities
  • Server configuration
  • Deployment Descriptors
  • Projects and Perspectives
  • RAD folder structure
  • Import/Export projects
  • Utilizing Perspectives
  • Navigation panel
UML Overview
  • Defining UML
  • Visual Modeling with UML
    • Notation
    • Building blocks
    • Relationships
    • Dependency
    • Association
    • Generalization
  • Aggregation
  • Rational Unified Process
    • Process Advisor
    • Process Browser
  • Application visualization with UML
    • Browse diagram
    • Topic diagram
    • Static Method diagram
    • Class diagram
    • Sequence diagram
  • J2EE visualization
Java Development
  • Java applications
    • Java project
    • Class diagram creation
    • Packages, Classes and Interfaces
    • Define relationships
  • Java Development additional features
    • Compile errors
    • Running/Debugging
    • Pluggable JRE
    • JAR file export
  • Servlet/JSP applications
    • Web projects
    • Page Designer
    • Web Site Designer
    • Servlet development
    • JSP development
  • Database applications
    • JDBC Overview
    • XMI and DDL
    • Data perspective
    • Create database objects
    • Connections
    • Schemas
    • Table
    • Generate DDL
  • UML diagrams
    • Class
    • IE
    • IDEF (Integrated Definition extended)
  • Use with SQL
    • SQL Statements
    • Access via JavaBean
  • Event handling
  • XML applications
    • XML overview
    • DTD and XML schema
    • XML namespaces
  • Database applications
    • JDBC Overview
    • XMI and DDL
Profile and Logging
  • Profiling and Logging
  • Profiling perspective
  • Profiling configuration
    • Setup
    • Filter settings
    • Memory analysis
  • Collection limits
  • Java Profiling Agent
  • Statistics view
  • Memory leak analysis
JavaServer Faces
  • JSF framework
  • Managed beans
    • Definition
    • Message bundles
    • Configuration
    • Value binding expressions
  • Standard JSF tags
  • Development via Web Diagram tool
  • Event Handling
    • Value change
    • Action event
    • Event listener tags
    • Struts component
Web Services Overview
  • Service Oriented Architecture
    • UDDI Registries
    • Service Requestor
    • Web Service
  • B2C vs B2B
  • Defining XML
  • SOAP
    • Architecture
    • Messages
  • Web Services Descriptive Language
    • Definition
    • Usage
Struts Development
  • Struts design model
  • Integration of the MVC model
  • Role of the ActionServlet and RequestProcessor
  • Usage of the Action class
  • Struts design patterns
  • truts Tag libraries
    • HTML
    • Logic
    • Bean
    • Nested Tag
  • XML deployment descriptor files
  • Exception handling
  • Deployment
Team Development
  • Perspectives and views
  • Role of CVS
  • Stream-based development
  • Single vs. multiple streams

 
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