WebLogic Server: Enterprise 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 client assignments.
SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.
CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
List the steps and procedures in Enterprise Application Development.
Code and implement a Java servlet.
Write a servlet which retrieves information from a database and dynamically writes an HTML page which is sent to the user.
Code and implement a Java JSP program.
Create a JSP page which randomly selects a background color for each request.
Randomly select from among a small set of predefined colors.
Custom Tags in JavaServer Pages
Code and implement custom taglibs.
Examine how JSP: JavaServer Page specification utilizes tag libraries.
How custom tags can be created and used by JSPs.
Create new tags for accessing a file and retrieving the data.
Store the tags in a taglib for distribution.
Java Message Service
Code and implement a JMS application.
Code a publish-subscribe JMS application.
This exercise is specific to the client middleware environment.
The purpose and functionality of JAR files in Java applications.
Code an application and its XML configuration.
Store the sources, class, and XML in a JAR file for deployment.
JNDI: Java Naming and Directory Interface
Use JNDI for locating a resource.
Code a JMS program for locating the queue through JNDI.
WebLogic JDBC: Java Database Connection
Process database requests through JBDC.
Code an application for testing the JDBC-ODBC bridge.
JDBC Output - Management
Handle NULL columns.
Code an application which recognizes and processes only non-null columns.
Packaging EJBs: Enterprise JavaBean for Server Container
Create EJB deployment descriptors.
Package an EJB, create the deployment descriptors, and deploy the EJB to WebLogic.
Test the EJB on the server.
Enterprise JavaBeans and JEE
Create an EJB home interface.
Examine how EJB home interfaces provide operations for clients to create EJBs, remove EJBs, find handles to EJB remote interface objects, and place a stub into JNDI at start-up.
Create a home interface from an instructor supplied EJB.
Create bean-managed transactions.
With bean-managed transactions a bean specified transaction demarcation uses methods in the javax.transaction.UserTransaction interface.
Bean-managed transactions include stateful or stateless session beans with a transaction-type set to bean.
Recognize how entity beans can not use bean-managed transactions.
Code and test a bean-managed transaction.
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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