PRIVATE GROUP FEE:
$ Based upon a class size of six students.
Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.
SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.
CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
Examine several sample applications.
XML: Extensible Markup Language
Acquire proficiency with the syntax and capabilities of XML.
Write the XML code to depict a Funds Transfer System.
This XML will be used in subsequent exercises.
DTD: Document Type Definitions
Understand DTD usage for Attribute Type Declarations, String Attribute Type Declarations, Attribute Default Specifications, and Enumerated Attribute Type Declarations.
Create a DTD for the XML document from the previous exercise.
Become familiar with the single thread and multi thread models.
Code and implement a threadsafe RGB color object for selecting a color for the page background.
JSP: JavaServer Pages
Code a JSP application.
A palindrome is any "word" which is the same forward and backward, e.g. radar, noon, 20011002.
The method should return false if the argument is not a palindrome.
Code a JSP application which returns true if the string entered is a palindrome.
Custom JSP Tags
Code and implement a custom taglib for entering data.
Create a custom taglib for handling Social Security Numbers and Gregorian dates.
Java Naming and Directory Interface
Utilize a Java Naming and Directory Interface.
Utilize several technologies including JNDI to build a Book Store sample application.
These sample programs are going to be built, run, and modified with JNDI using JSP pages and JSTL in native format.
JDBC: Java Database Connectivity
Appreciate the practical usage of JDBC drivers, making a connection, and running SQL against a database.
Utilize simple JDBC functions with a single table, COFFEES table, including connecting to the database, creating the table, inserting rows of data to the table, and printing table columns.
XSL: XML Stylesheet Language
XSL and XSLT / XSL syntax and accessing node values.
XSL is a stylesheet language for documents marked up using XML, the Extensible Markup Language.
XSLT describes how a XML source document is transformed into another XML document which uses the XSL formatting vocabulary.
XSLT also can be used for other general transforms.
Transform an XML document into an HTML document that can be viewed by a web browser.
DOM: Document Object Model
Understand how parsers are used with DOM and process child nodes.
Given a sample program that stores name/number pairs for a simple phone book in a text file in the user's home directory, modify that program to have it use an XML format for the data.
Changes will have to be made to the parts of the program that read and write the data file.
Use the DOM to read the data: 1- parsers / JAXP. 2- parsing with DOM. 3- trees and nodes. 4- DOM node types. 5- processing child nodes. 6- error handling.
Acquire proficiency with parsing SAX and coding event handlers.
Read a complex XML document and parse it using SAX.
Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.
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