WebLogic Server: JEE Web Application Development
DURATION: 5 days
PRIVATE GROUP FEE:
Based upon a class size of six students.
Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate
SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.
- IT Support Personnel
- System Designer
- System Analyst
- IT Professional
- Web Applications
- Create a deployment descriptor manually or with the WebLogic utility.
- Examine the modules and applications which have deployment descriptors describing the content of the directory or JAR file.
- Create deployment descriptors for a JEE Web application.
- JEE Architecture
- Create a split development directory environment.
- Examine the WebLogic split development directory environment.
- Organize a Java application.
- Writing HTTP Servlets
- Write a simple HTTP servlet.
- Write a HTTP servlet, which prints out browser information.
- Deploy a simple application.
- JSPs: JavaServer Pages
- Code a JSP program with HTML and embedded Java.
- Code a JSP with events and JavaBeans.
- Use the JSP actions to modify, use, or create objects represented by JavaBeans.
- Utilize JDBC drivers with WebLogic Server.
- Code a JSP application which will use a JDBC driver to be selected and installed by the administrator.
- Select an access technique for the application.
- Session EJB: Enterprise JavaBean
- Use stateless session beans.
- Code an EJB and test stub for using a stateless session bean.
- EJB: Enterprise JavaBean
- Code and test a simple entity bean.
- Create an entity bean representing rows in a database as a set of persistent data.
- Create an entity bean which will provide methods for maintaining or reading that persistent data.
- Assign a uniquely identified primary key to an entity bean which provides services to multiple clients simultaneously.
- EJB Transaction
- Examine transaction demarcation strategies and the impact on performance.
- Given a sample application and bean, assess different strategies: demarcating transactions at the server level, container-managed transactions, and bean-level transaction management.
- Recognize the implications with the different options associated with selecting a security scheme.
- Select and implement security for an application from form-based authentications or programmatic security.
- Writing Custom Tags
- Write and use WebLogic custom JSP tags.
- Examine how WebLogic provides three specialized JSP tags that can be used in JSP pages: cache, repeat, and process.
- These tags are packaged in the weblogic-tags.jar tag library and contain classes for the tags and a TLD: Tag Library Descriptor.
- Copy the jar file to the web application which contains the JSPs and references the tag library in the JSP.
- Use the cache and process tag library.
- Understand the requirement for a PTP: point-to-point application.
- Code and implement a PTP: point-to-point application using JMS.
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|Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID. Client organizations will be assigned to a preference center.
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