Java EE 1 day Programme Course Contents

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Java EE
1 day Programme

Course Contents

1 . Introduction to Java EE

• What is Java EE?
• What technologies does Java EE encapsulate?
• What is the architecture of Java EE applications?
• When should I be considering Java EE in my applications?

2 . The Java Persistence API (JPA)

• What is the Java Persistence API
• Hibernate and the JPA
• The JPA Entity beans
• Using Annotations with Entity beans
• A Hibernate example using JPA

3 . Persistence Units

• What is a persistent unit
• Configuring a persistence unit
• Understanding persistence.xml
• Deploying a persistence unit to JBoss

4 . Enterprise Java Bean Overview

• The two types of EJB
• Session bean overview
• Message Driven Bean overview
• Packaging EJBs for deployment
• A word on the deprecated entity bean

5 . Session Beans in EJB3

• Session bean local and remote interfaces
• Session Context
• Annotating session beans
• Deploying session beans
• Accessing session beans from within JSP
• Transaction management in session beans

6 . The Entity Manager

• The role of the entity manager in JPA
• Configuring a Hibernate Entity manager
• Entity manager methods
• Entity object lifecycle
• Working with an entity manager from a session bean

7 . Introduction to Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI)

• What is DI
• Spring, DI and the need for CDI
• CDI Annotations
• Injecting within JEE applications

8 . JNDI

• What is JNDI?
• How to use JNDI Locating objects
• Viewing the JBoss JNDI tree
• JNDI design patterns
• Implementing a service locator

9 . Java Messaging Service

• Introduction to JMS
• Topics and Queues
• Implementing messaging using Java

10 . Message Driven Beans

• The role of the MDB
• Building an MDB
• Deploying an MDB

11 . Securing Java EE Applications

• Security options for applications
• Java EE Principals and Roles
• Declarative security for Web applications
• Programmatic security for Web applications
• Declarative Security for EJBs
• Programmatic security for EJBs

12 . Introduction to Web Services

• The role of Web Services
• The role of SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI
• Java and Web Services

13 . Introduction to SOAP

• Anatomy of a SOAP message
• SOAP Requests and Responses
• SOAP Namespaces
• SOAP Attachments

• Sending and Receiving SOAP messages using SAAJ

14 . Creating Web Services

• Creating a Web Service Class
• Creating the Deployment Descriptor
• Deploying the Web service
• Deploying Stateless Session Beans as Web services
• Deploying POJOs as Web services using annotations
• Testing the Web service

15 . Consuming Web Services

• Using JAX-WS to create clients
• Working with generated classes
• Creating a client application
• Working with WSImport and the generated proxy classes

16 . Introduction to XML Schemas

• XML Schema basics
• XML Schema namespaces
• XML Schema and Web Services

17 . Web Services Description Language WSDL

• The role of WSDL
• The Structure of a WSDL document
• Generating WSDL documents from Java

18 . REST Based Web services

• The need for REST
• Building and Deploying a REST service
• Consuming a REST service

19 . Java EE Patterns and Blueprints

• Pattern forms and relationships
• Why the GoF (and POSA, etc.) are not enough
• Benefits and dangers of patterns
• Java EE patterns and where they fit in
• Quick tour of major Java EE patterns
• Patterns and refactoring

Programmes are run on a demand basis and fees are priced accordingly. There are a limited
number of places for jobseekers on some of our training programmes. Ref: SKN-A
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funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.