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Java J2EE

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Building J2EE Applications Course

5 Day Instructor Led Course - 35 Contact Hours




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Dubai 23/Apr/2017 TBA TBA Enquire Now


Center Benefits :

• UAE Ministry of Education Accredited Institute

• International Curriculum

• Certified Instructors

• Computer Labs: 1 PC for each student

• Certificate of Achievement (Ministry Attestation fees apply)


Training Quality Guarantees :

(conditions apply)

• Free Course Trial

• Free Course Repeat

• Corporate HR Investment Guarantee

• Corporate Customization

• Course Version Upgrade


Target Audience

Senior developers


To succeed fully in this course, attendee should be well versed in Java


Course Outline


• J2EE Overview
• J2EE server side components overview (Servlet and JSP, EJB)
• Building and running a sample web application in NetBeans
• Architecture of project files and Glassfish overview with admin console
• Servlets
• Life cycle of servlets
• Building and running a sample servlet
• Parameter passing to servlet and manipulation on server side
• Introduction to JDBC and Advanced JDBC
• Working with Data
• Working with Meta Data
• Introduction to Session Management
• Session Management techniques using Servlets
        -Using J2EE Session Management API (HttpSession)
        -Using Cookies
• Introduction to JSP
• Life Cycle of JSP
• JSP Elements
• JSP Implicit Objects
• Building and running a sample JSP
• Introduction to JAVA Collection Framework (ArrayList, Hashtable etc)
• How to use collection classes to build Shopping Cart
• Session Management in JSP
• Introduction to JSTL
• Using Built in JSTL
• Building and using Customized JSTL
• Introduction to EJB
• Building and Running a Session Bean (Intro)
• Building and Running a Message Driven Bean (Intro)
• Building and Running an Entity Bean (Intro)
• Introduction to JAVA Mail API
• Introduction to Applet
• Building and running a sample Applet
• Servlet refresher
• Introduction to Applet / Servlet communication
• Introduction to Web Services
• Building a sample Web Service
• Building a Web Service Client to use a Web Service