|Eğitim Adı:||Oracle Java EE 6: Develop Web Components With Servlets & Jsps Eğitimi|
|Eğitim Süresi:||5 gün|
This Java EE 6: Develop Business Components with JMS & EJBs training teaches you the knowledge required to build robust back-end functionality. Work with expert Oracle University instructors using Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB[TM]) version 3.1 technology.
This Java EE 6: Develop Web Components with Servlets and JSPs training is designed for experienced developers of Java technology applications. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills to quickly build web applications suited to any Java EE 6 application server using JSP and servlet technologies.
- Construct and deploy small-to-medium scale web applications found in intranet and low-volume commercial sites by using JavaServer Page (JSP page) technology and servlets.
- Apply Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture to projects in EE environments.
- Create servlet filters and listeners.
- Understand and manage HTTP sessions in a web application.
- Create easy-to-maintain JSP pages using Expression Language and the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL).
- Analyze, design, develop and deploy web applications with Java EE 6 SDK and the application server Oracle WebLogic Server 12c.
Benefits to You
Throughout this course, you’ll gain knowledge experimenting with real code examples in each topic. It’s an excellent way to prepare for the Java Enterprise Edition 6 Web Component Developer certification expert examination.
- Implement business-tier functionality using EJB technology.
- Assemble and deploy EJB technology business-tier components on an application server.
- Integrate an EJB technology-based application using the Java Messaging Service API.
- Create and implement timer-based services.
- Integrate transactions and security into an enterprise application.
- Describe best practices and other advanced issues in business component development with EJB technology.
- Explore the EJB technology coding experience of session beans and message driven-beans in a JMS application.
- Examine EJB design, best practices, transaction management, messaging fundamentals and security.
Benefits to You
You will learn to code session beans, message driven beans and use the JMS API. You will recognize the benefits of using EJB technology with respect to transaction management, messaging, and security in an enterprise application. You will also get a clear understanding of the EJB design best practices.
Java Platform, Enterprise Edition
This course features the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) technology, and uses the Java EE 6 SDK. You’ll perform the course lab exercises using the NetBeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE). This hands-on lab environment uses Oracle WebLogic Server 12c.
Introducing the Course
- Reviewing course objectives
- Discussing course format and LVC
- Discussing 4 day course schedule
- Getting acquainted with other students
- Reviewing the Java SE and Java EE Curriculum
Introducing Java EE
- Java™ Platform, Enterprise Edition(Java EE)
- Java EE application architecture
- Java EE container services
- EJB component types
- Comparison of Java EE application development with traditional enterprise application development
Implementing Session Beans
- Types of session beans
- Stateful Session beans
- Stateless Session beans
- Singleton Session beans
- Choosing a Session bean type
- Session Bean clients
- Tasks of creating a Session bean
- Packaging and deployment
Accessing Session Beans
- Using Naming Services
- JNDI API
- Developing Session Bean Clients
- Creating a Session Facade
Advanced Session Bean Concepts
- EJB Containers
- EJB Components
- Session Bean Identity
- Session Bean Life Cycle
- Lifecycle Event Handlers
- Asynchronous Communication
- Advanced Session Bean Configuration
Developing Singleton Session Bean
- Singleton Session Bean
- Singleton Session Bean Life Cycle
- Singleton Concurrency
Using Context and Dependency Injections
- Introduction to CDI Named Beans
Using Java Persistence API
- What is JPA?
- Components of JPA architecture
- Entity operations
Developing Java EE Applications Using
- Messaging Concepts
- Messaging Destinations
- Messaging Clients
- Creating a Queue
- Message Producer
- Queue Message Browser
- Creating a Synchronous Queue Consumer
Developing Message-Driven Beans
- Introducing Message-Driven Beans
- Life Cycle of a Message-Driven Bean
- Creating JMS Message-Driven Beans
- Life Cycle Event Handlers
- Configuring the Message-Driven Bean
Using Timer Services
- Describing timer services
- Creating a timer callback notification
- Processing a timer callback notification
- Managing timer objects
Implementing Interceptor Classes and Methods
- Introducing Interceptors
- Types of Interceptors
- Interceptor methods
- Interceptor class
- Lifecycle call back interceptors
- Transaction demarcation task,
- Transaction policy
- Container managed transactions
- Bean managed transactions
- Transaction in messaging
- Security Interventions
- Java EE Platform Security Model
- Programmatic Security
- Declarative Security
Using EJB Technology Best Practices
- Exception Handling
- Java EE Application Design
Appendix A – Introducing Transactions
- Examining Transactions
- Types of Transactions
- Transaction-Related Concurrency Issues
- Handling Distributed Transactions
- Java Transaction API (JTA)
- UML Basics
- Types UML Diagrams
- Elements of UML diagrams
- Illustartions of all UML diagrams