Developing Web Applications Using Rational Application Developer v6.0

This course teaches students how to use IBM Rational Application Developer (RAD) v6.0 for J2EE development of web applications. The course focus is on teaching students how to use the tool to implement J2EE web components, not on the underlying J2EE technology. After completing this course, students will feel comfortable using the RAD v6.0 integrated development environment tools to develop J2EE applications utilizing JavaServer Pages, servlets, and JavaBeans, JavaServer Faces and Struts components. The concepts taught in this course are reinforced by hands-on lab exercises.
Students should have Java programming experience, server-side development experience and familiarity with HTML. Students must be able to develop JSPs, servlets, and simple Java classes without assistance using another development environment.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
RAD Concepts::RAD The java Perspective::RAD Debug Perspective::Application Assembly and Packaging::RAD Web Perspective::RAD Server Perspective::RAD Page Designer Basics::RAD Data Perspective::Servlet Event Listeners::Servlet Filters::RAD Web Site Designer::Struts Overview::RAD Struts::JSF Basics::RAD page Designer Advanced Features::RAD Junit::RAD Component Test::RAD Code Review::Deploying the WebSphere::RAD Profiling Tools::Defining Security Settings::WebSphere Portal Server Introduction

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