EJB v3.1 Development with JPA Using RAD

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After completing this course, students will feel comfortable creating, testing and debugging enterprise applications that conform to the Java EE 6 specification. They will gain experience entering annotations directly into Java source files, and the Java EE server will configure the component at deployment and runtime and perform dependency injection for resources that a component needs, effectively hiding the creation and lookup of resources from application code. They will also use the Java Persistence API for object/relational mapping and managing relational data in enterprise beans, web components, application clients or Java SE applications. The concepts taught in this course are reinforced by hands-on lab exercises using Rational Application Developer version 8.x.

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5 Days/Lecture & Lab

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  • Java EE 6 Architecture Overview
  • Enterprise JavaBean EJB 3.1 Basics
  • Stateless Session Bean Development
  • EJB Clients Basics
  • RMI over IIOP and Object Serialization
  • JAX Web Services
  • RAD Development, Testing and Debugging EJBs
  • Stateful Session Beans
  • Interceptors




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