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
SMALL CLASS SIZE:
There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.
- Web Developer
- System Designer
- System Analyst
- IT Professional
- 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.
- JavaServer Pages
- 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.
- JAR Files
- 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.
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