J2EE Architecture & JSP

Technology : Java

Course Brief

This course teaches developers how to create J2EE applications using servlets, Java Server Pages (JSP), Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), and Web services.

Students learn how to design and develop J2EE applications using Oracle9i/10g JDeveloper and make decisions about when to use the various J2EE components. Additionally, students deploy the applications to Oracle9i/10g Application Server.

Course Duration - Part Time: The course lasts 4 weeks.

J2EE Overview
Describe the Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) platform
Define the components of J2EE
Describe the deployment options for a J2EE application
Describe Oracle9i/10gAS Containers for J2EE (OC4J) architecture
Describe the directory structure and the uses of the configuration files of OC4J
Architecting J2EE Applications
Describe the Model View Controller (MVC) architecture
Create development plans for proposed applications
Define the role of servlets in a J2EE application
Implement HTTP servlet methods
List J2EE servlet-mapping techniques
Handle errors in a servlet
Create and run a servlet in JDeveloper
Deploy servlets to Oracle9i/10gAS
Accessing the Database with Servlets
Load and register a Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver
Connect to an Oracle database using Data Sources
Navigate in a Result Set
Use a cookie in a servlet
Maintaining State in J2EE Applications
Describe state preservation
Run and debug a JSP-based application
Communicating in J2EE
Describe the difference between the RMI registry and JNDI
Creating the Business Tier: Enterprise JavaBeans
Describe EJB interfaces
Decide when to use a session bean
Describe the lifecycle of session beans
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