EJB Application Development using WSAD

PT3798
Summary
In this course, students will design and implement EJB components using the Integrated Development Environment (IDE) provided by IBM's WSAD tool. Using this tool, developers may implement, test and debug their EJB applications. The developed EJB components are deployed on IBM's EJB application server WebSphere. The attendees would also be trained in integrating and using WebSphere as part of the WSAD development environment, sharply reducing the time required to develop EJB-based applications.
Prerequisites
Students should take ProTech's Intense Java for C/C++ Programmers before taking this course.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for architects and developers who need an in-depth, hands-on immersion into the Enterprise JavaBeans technology. Previous experience with Java, database systems and Client-Server architectures would also be very helpful.
Topics
  • Develop robust and industrial-strength applications using EJB
  • Develop server side business objects in Java
  • Design and efficiently develop EJB components using WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD)
  • Deploy EJB-based applications on IBM's WebSphere application server
  • Master the EJB architecture
  • Master the EJB APIs
  • Build Session beans for the enterprise
  • Build Entity beans for the enterprise
  • Build EJB clients that connect to the EJB server
  • Master the EJB transaction model
  • Master the EJB security model
  • Develop highly transactional Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) and clients
  • Develop highly secure EJB-based E-Business applications
  • Master the Security services provided by the EJB specification
  • Use the Model-View-Controller design pattern to implement multi-tiered, EJB-based E-Business applications
  • Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE)
  • Enterprise JavaBeans
  • Entity Beans
  • WebSphere Studio Application Developer (WSAD)
  • Session Beans
  • Integration of EJB
  • Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
  • Transactions
  • Design Patterns
  • IBM WebSphere Advanced Edition
  • Resource Management
  • Security
  • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

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