J2EE Training

Java is a powerful object-oriented programming language with simple code structure. DPC skill institute provides advance java training according to the current requirement of IT industry. You can create applications and applets with graphics and user interfaces because Java has built-in application programming interface (API) and due to its rich set of interfaces java has a platform in itself. Java provides errorless programming with platform independent feature. Java developers tried to write the code structure similar to the syntax of C++ so it would be easy for C++ programmers to learn java.

This course provides advanced training in developing software using the Java Platform, Standard Edition, or Java SE. Advanced Java Programming training course teaches Java developers a set of advanced Java development skills, including generics, threads, reflection, annotations, and sockets. It is intended for students with solid experience in structured and object-oriented Java programming, including use of the Collections API and exception handling.

Students should have solid Java programming experience, especially object-oriented use of the language. Language features and techniques that are integral to some lab exercises include interfaces and abstract classes, threading, generics and collections, and recursive methods. Java is the most popular programming language and the platform for developing desktop, web, enterprise and mobile based applications. This course is designed for those programmers who want to build their fundamentals and programming skills using Java and want to study beyond the OCP-JP curriculum.

Projects and JOB Scenario

After completion of 75% of classroom training (with all practical), student will go through 2 Major Projects Training and 1 Live Project Training under the guidance of our Well experienced Java developer.

After being hands-on in projects as well as Java development concepts students will go through interview preparation and recruitment process in IT Industry.

Course FeeDuration 6 Weeks
Introduction of J2EE
  • Introduction to Enterprise Edition
  • Distributed Multitier Applications
  • J2EE Containers
  • Web Services Support
  • Packaging Applications
  • J2EE 1.4 APIs
Java Servlet Technology
  • What is Web Application?
  • What Is a Servlet?
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • Sharing Information
  • Using Scope Objects
  • Controlling Concurrent Access
  • Getting Information from Requests
  • Constructing Responses
  • Filtering Requests and Responses
  • Programming Filters
  • Customized Requests and Responses
  • Specifying Filter Mappings
  • Invoking Other Web Resources
  • Including Other Resources in the Response
  • Transferring Control
  • Accessing the Web Context
  • Maintaining Client State
  • Session Management
  • Session Tracking
  • Tracking Service Requests
  • Notifying Methods to Shut Down
  • Creating Polite Long-Running Methods
JSP Technology
  • JavaServer Pages Technology
  • The Life Cycle of a JSP Page
  • Translation and Compilation
  • Creating Static Content
  • Response and Page Encoding
  • Creating Dynamic Content
  • Using Objects within JSP Pages
  • Expression Language
  • Deactivating Expression Evaluation
  • Implicit Objects
  • Literals & Operators
  • Reserved Words
  • JavaBeans Components
  • Reusing Content in JSP Pages
  • Transferring Control
  • jsp:param Element
  • Including an Applet
  • Setting Properties for
  • Groups of JSP Pages
Message Driven Bean
  • The Application Client
  • The Message-Driven Bean Class
  • The onMessage Method
  • The ejbCreate and ejb
  • Remove Methods
  • Advanced Enterprise Beans
  • EJB: Query Language
  • Terminology
  • Simplified Syntax
  • Simple Finder Queries
  • Navigate to Related Beans
  • Other Conditional Expressions
  • Select Queries
  • BNF Symbols
  • BNF Grammar of EJB QL
  • FROM Clause
  • Path Expressions
  • WHERE Clause
  • SELECT Clause
  • ORDER BY Clause
Enterprise Beans
  • What Is an Enterprise Bean?
  • What Is a Session Bean?
  • What Is an Entity Bean?
  • What Is a Message-Driven Bean?
  • Client Access with Interfaces
  • The Contents of an Enterprise Bean
  • Manipulating data on ValueStack
  • Naming Conventions for Enterprise Beans
  • The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
Bean Managed Persistence
  • Entity Bean Class
  • Home Interface
  • Remote Interface
  • Mapping Table Relationships for BMP
  • One-to-One Relationships
  • One-to-Many Relationships
  • Many-to-Many Relationships
  • Primary Keys for BMP
Session Bean
  • Session Bean Class
  • Home Interface
  • Remote Interface
  • Helper Classes
  • Creating the Application
  • Stateless Session Bean
  • Implementation Class
  • Container Managed Persistence
  • Method Invocations
  • Building and Running
  • Creating the Database Tables
  • Creating the Data Source
  • Capturing the Table Schema
  • Building the Enterprise Beans
  • Primary Keys for CMP
  • Finder and Selector Methods
Java Message Service API
  • Overview
  • What Is Messaging?
  • When Can You Use the JMS API?
  • Basic JMS API Concepts
  • JMS API Architecture
  • The JMS API Programming Model
  • Administered Objects
  • Connections
  • Sessions
  • Message Producers
  • Message Consumers
  • Writing Simple JMS Client Applications
Java Message Service API
  • Overview
  • What Is Messaging?
  • When Can You Use the JMS API?
  • Basic JMS API Concepts
  • JMS API Architecture
  • The JMS API Programming Model
  • Administered Objects
  • Connections
  • Sessions
  • Message Producers
  • Message Consumers
  • Writing Simple JMS Client Applications
  • What Is the JDBC API?
  • Driver Types
  • Two-tier and Three-tier Models
  • Connection Overview
  • Transactions
  • DriverManager Overview
  • Statement Overview
  • Sending Batch Updates
  • ResultSet Overview
  • Types of Result Sets
  • Concurrency Types
  • PreparedStatement Overview
  • CallableStatement Overview
JDBC SQL Programming
  • Error Checking and the SQLException Class
  • The SQLWarning Class
  • JDBC Types
  • Executing SQL Queries
  • ResultSetMetaData
  • Executing SQL Updates
  • Using a PreparedStatement
  • Parameterized Statements
  • Stored Proceduresw
  • Transaction Management
  • Spring Core
  • Dependency Injuction
  • Aspect Oriented Programming
  • Major concepts in Spring
  • Spring Architecture
  • Installation Procedure
  • Spring in Web Application
  • Bean descriptor
  • Spring and Struts
  • Spring using Hibernate
XML Programming
  • Intoduction to XML
  • Robustness & Extensibility
  • XML Syntax & Documents
  • XML Applications
  • Elements and Tags
  • Text and Attributes
  • XML Declaration & Comments
  • Processing Instructions
  • Entities & Namespaces
  • DTDs & Schemas
  • Style sheets & XSL
  • SOAP, Writing XML with Java
  • Output Streams, Writers, and Encodings
  • Converting Flat Files to XML
  • Reading XML
  • InputStreams and OuputStreams
  • Introduction to O-R Mapping
  • Hibernate Basics, Object Identifier
  • One-to-One Association
  • One-to-Many Association
  • Many-to-One Association
  • Many-to-Many Association
  • Collection Mapping
  • Component Mapping
  • Inheritance Mapping
  • Hibernate Query Language
  • Hibernate in Web Application
  • Introduction to AJAX
  • AJAX Components
  • HTML & CSS, JavaScript & DOM
  • XMLHttpRequest
  • Server Side Code
  • AJAX – JSP Application
  • Project Development
  • Requirement analysis
  • Requirement specification
  • Requirements review
  • Minutes of Meeting
  • Preliminary design
  • Preliminary design document
  • Preliminary design review
  • Time Sheet Management
  • Detailed design
  • Detailed design document
  • Detailed design review
  • Code, Code review, Comment review
  • Unit testing, Implementation
  • Acceptance testing
  • Training, Maintenance
  • Introduction
  • The MVC Design Pattern
  • System State and Business Logic
  • JSP Pages and Presentation
  • Components
  • ActionServlet and ActionMapping
  • Struts Control Flow
  • Building Model Components
  • ActionForm Beans
  • Forms and FormBean Interactions
  • Automatic Form Validation
  • Building Controller Components
  • The ActionServlet
  • ActionForm Classes & Action Classes
  • The ActionMapping Implementation
  • The Struts Configuration File
  • The ActionServlet
  • Module Configuration Files
  • Add Struts Components To Your Application
  • Logging in Struts Applications
Java Server Faces
  • Introduction to JSF
  • JSF Features
  • JSF for Web Application
  • JSF components
  • JSF Tags, Life Cycle & Architecture
  • JSF Renderers
  • JSF HTML Tag Reference
  • JSF Core Tag Reference
  • JSF Facelet Tag Reference
  • JSF Navigation, JSF with Ajax

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