EJB Development Using RAD v7.0

Training Summary
This course teaches students how to develop Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) using IBM Rational Application Developer (RAD) v7.0. The course describes design patterns and best practices for building robust, distributed applications in an enterprise environment. The concepts taught in this course are reinforced by hands-on lab exercises.
Students should be proficient as a Java programmer and have experience with developing server side components such as Servlets and JavaServer Pages.
4-5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Course Topics
J2EE Architecture Overview::Enterprise JavaBean Overview::RAD EJB Development::Java Naming and Directory Interface::Application Assembly and Packaging::EJB Clients Basics::Object Serialization::RAD Server Tools (optional)::RMI over IIOP::RAD Data Perspective (optional)::Session Bean Development::Stateless Session Beans::RAD Testing and Debugging EJBs::Stateful Session Beans::Entity Bean Development::Container Managed Persistence::RAD CMP Tools::EJB Query Language::BMP Entity Beans::Transaction Management::EJB Timers::Message-Driven Beans::JMS Client Development::WebSphere Security Overview::Defining Security in RAD::J2EE Design Patterns

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