Java Enterprise Edition or JEE is an enterprise Java Web application framework standard specified by Oracle (through their acquisition of Sun Microsystems). The framework supports network and web services, and supports large-scale, multi-tiered, scalable, reliable, and secure network applications. The JEE standard is implemented to a degree by a number of Application Servers including: Jboss, Apache Tomcat/Geronimo, Glassfish, Websphere, WeblogicIn This course you will learn how to:
|Delivery Method||Duration||Price (excl. VAT)|
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|Webinar||4 Days||R 6,120.00|
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Here we describe the servlet container (in this case Apache Tomcat). It includes a description of how and why it provides the services it does as well as how to configure your web application to properly take advantage of its services.
To properly make use of Servlet technology, an understanding of the HyperText Transfer Protocol is required. One must know the difference between GET and POST and be able to indicate MIME types properly to effectively receive input from web forms and provide content in response. Additionally, we will discuss how Cookies allow websites to maintain a relationship with its users by remembering them.
This module extends your understanding of the Servlet by detailing it´s lifecycle and further showing how one might tap into this by listening for lifecycle events and covers how to implement a servlet filter to process incoming and outgoing data.
We will also look at Tag Libraries and why one might use them? This module demonstrates some of the functions available in the Java Standard Tab Library (JSTL) and how to use them. We will write our own custom tags such that you will be able to extend the JSP programming model to meet your needs.
Entity lifecycle, query language, proper packaging and optimizations such as lazy fetch will also be discussed here. Additionally, developers will see how annotations, the modern and powerful Java language feature, helps to make developers more efficient as they do the same for their applications. However, XML overrides will not be ignored as they retain significant value even in this annotated world.
It will introduce stateless session beans and stateful session beans, the relevant Java annotations to create EJB3 components, EJB3 packaging and deployment.
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