Intermediate Java Programming, IT-D 415
About this Course:
This course considers Web container application development for enterprise systems. The primary focus is on database connectivity (JDBC) integration with Web application programming using an enterprise-level application framework. A Web application term project considers the design and implementation of a database instance that serves as the information tier in a contemporary 3-tier enterprise solution.
IT-D 411 Java Programming or equivalent experience in Java required for enrollment.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals who are interested in developing Java applications.
Upon completion of this course, participant should be able to:
- Use an IDE such as JBuilder or Visual Cafe
- Create Java Beans, Java Server Pages, and Java Servlets
- Use XML with Java
- Platform Environment, SDK and IDE
- Java EE Essentials
- Java Server Pages
- Advanced JSP
- Java Server Faces (JSF)
- ORM and Persistence
- Advanced JDBC
- Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)- EJB Session Beans
- EJB Entity Beans
- Entity Relationships, EJB QL and JDBC
- Design Patterns and EJB
- Message Driven Beans (MDB)
- Web Services and JAX-WS