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This course is intended for Database developers, Internet application developers, Database architects, Middleware programmers, Database administrators, Java developers, and Client/server developers.

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This course will teach students how to build reusable component-based distributed applications with EJB by developing and deploying stateless and stateful session beans. (see full course description)

 

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Description
This course will teach student how to build reusable component-based distributed applications with EJB by developing and deploying stateless and stateful session beans. You will learn how to manage bean persistence, transactions and security. The course will also cover how to design web application with EJB.

Audience
·  Database developers
·  Internet application developers
·  Database architects
·  Middleware programmers
·  database administrators
·  Java developers
·  Client/server developers

Benefits
·  Students with a programming background will extend their skill in developing enterprise level applications by using EJB.
·  Students will master in depth in EJB, Component based architecture,Distributed application, weblogic Application Server.

Required Prerequisites
 ·  SCJP: Sun Certified Java Programmer (J2SE)
 ·  SCWCD: Sun Certified Web Component Developer (J2EE)

Exams
 ·  CX-310-051 : Sun Certified Enterprise Architect for J2EE Technology, Knowledge-based Multiple Choice Exam

Outline
    1. Role of EJB in enterprise development
      1. Component-based applications
      2. Multitier architecture
      3. Motivation for component technology
      4. EJB architecture
      5. EJB framework
      6. Different types of EJB
      7. Basic steps for writing simple EJB
      8. Accessing simple EJB
    2. Accessing enterprise resources with Java APIs
      1. Locating remote objects
      2. Registering objects with JNDI
      3. Integrating JNDI with EJB
      4. Java database connectivity (JDBC)
      5. Connecting to a database
      6. Querying a database with SQL
      7. Integrating JDBC with EJB
    3. Deploying robust applications using EJB
      1. EJB server options
      2. Exploring different application servers
      3. Functionality of EJB-compliant servers
      4. XML deployment descriptors
      5. Controlling EJB features with descriptors
      6. Creating descriptors with application server deployment tools
      7. Analyzing deployment JAR files
    4. Building session beans
      1. Stateless and stateful session EJB
      2. Differences between stateless and stateful
      3. Determining when stateless and stateful session EJB are used
      4. Implementing home and object interfaces
      5. Encapsulating business logic in session beans
      6. Exploring callback methods
      7. Client-side interaction
      8. Locating beans with JNDI
      9. Referencing beans with EJB APIs
      10. Accessing EJB handles and metadata
      11. Life cycle management
      12. Different states of a bean's life cycle
      13. Achieving concurrency
      14. Pooling
      15. Activation
      16. Access control
    5. Developing entity beans
      1. Entity bean structure
      2. Evaluating entity bean features
      3. Comparing and contrasting container-managed and bean-managed persistence
      4. Local interface
      5. Container-managed persistence (CMP)
      6. Delegating EJB persistence to the application server
      7. Discovering available functionality with EJB-QL (query language)
      8. Motivations for entity bean relationships
      9. Establishing relationships in entity beans
      10. Bean-managed persistence (BMP)
      11. Writing EJB to achieve persistence
      12. Synchronizing EJB with a database
    6. Managing transactions
      1. Declarative transaction management
      2. Basic transaction properties
      3. Defining transaction scope and attributes
      4. Isolating and locking databases
      5. Monitoring transactions from EJB
      6. Explicit transaction management
      7. Adding transaction support at deployment
    7. Implementing message-driven EJB
      1. Asynchronous messaging
      2. Sending messages with Java Message Service (JMS)
      3. Building message-driven beans
      4. Container services
      5. Life cycle management
      6. Threading
      7. Concurrency
      8. Transactions
    8. Security and web interaction
      1. EJB security
      2. Configuring roles and access control
      3. Implementing security using the XML deployment descriptor
      4. Designing EJB to provide better performance
      5. Building Web applications with EJB
      6. Server-side development choices in Java
      7. Deploying Java servlets
      8. Accessing EJB using servlets

    Seminar Summary:

    This course will teach students how to build reusable component-based distributed applications with EJB by developing and deploying stateless and stateful session beans. (see full course description)

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