Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) for DBAs

PT27340
Summary
Are you a DBA who increasingly has to manage databases that interact with Java applications? Do you need to understand a bit more about object oriented development technologies and Java EE application servers? You will get a basic understanding of OO principles and Java EE architecture in this training. You will be provided with the details of how a Java program accesses a relational database using JDBC and/or SQLJ, how connection pooling works, how Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) can be used to declare transactional requirements, and get a high-level look at security concerns in a distributed environment. The course can be delivered using any development environment including RSA, RAD, and Eclipse.
Prerequisites
Students should have an understanding of Relational Database technology programming concepts.
Duration
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is for Database Administrators and Systems Programmers.
Topics
  • Object Orientation: Concepts, Terminology, and Features
  • Java: Basic Language Features
  • Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE): Concepts, Terminology, and Components
  • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • JDBC Additional Topics
  • SQLJ An Alternative to JDBC
  • Using JDBC – Connection Pooling
  • EJBs and Transaction Management
  • Security Concepts

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