This three-day course is for developers who are familiar with the Java language and who want to develop applications using the business tier of the Java Enterprise Edition - Java EE (formerly J2EE) - Platform. You will learn how to use Enterprise JavaBeans version 3.0, including Session and Entity Beans, Entity Manager and Persistent Objects, JMS and Connector based Message-Driven Beans. The course will equip you with the skills needed to develop the sophisticated multi-tier client/server systems that your business needs.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
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*All Australian prices are exclusive of GST
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|Location||Days||Dates||Cost (ex GST)||Course Status|
|Brisbane||3 Days||13/08/2013 - 15/08/2013||$2250.00||Available||Book Now|
|Melbourne||3 Days||27/08/2013 - 29/08/2013||$2250.00||Available||Book Now|
|Canberra||3 Days||10/09/2013 - 12/09/2013||$2250.00||Available||Book Now|
|Sydney||3 Days||23/09/2013 - 25/09/2013||$2250.00||Available||Book Now|
History, what constitutes a Java EE application, how the parts fit together, Descriptive Example of a Java EE application.
Brief review of Web Technologies, Multi-tier Architecture, Presentation Layer
Overview , CORBA, .NET, SOAP, RMI concepts, usage, RMI and CORBA using RMI-IIOP, Limitations of distributed objects
Benefits, When to use, Types and Usage of Enterprise Beans, Session, Entity, Message-Driven, Client Access, Remote versus Local Interfaces, Deployment Descriptors, JAR files, What makes up an EJB, Naming Convention
Session Bean Development: Stateful and Stateless, Interfaces, Locating Beans with JNDI, Injection, Compiling, Packaging, Creating Java EE Application, Application Client, Web Client, Deploying, Running Application, Deploying as Web Services
POJOs, Managed and Unmanaged Entities, Entity Manager and Persistence Unit, Relational Mapping, Primary Keys, Queries and EJB QL, Bean Relationships
Java Message Service Overview, Message-Driven Beans Example, Connector-Based message-Driven Bean
This course is for experienced Java Programmers and object-oriented knowledge is a prerequisite. Attending Object Training's 4-day Java Foundations course is an ideal way to meet these prerequisites.
The course is for experienced Java Developers and Architects
$2250.00 ex GST
Presentations, Demonstrations & Exercises (50% practical). PC-based
Deliverable material for this course includes:
For all courses, but particularly PC-based courses, students are encouraged bring their own USB drive to save worked solutions and/or additional reference material.
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