WebLogic Server 7.0: Web Application Development

This course will focus on the flexibility afforded by using BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 and its implementation of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) specification during Web-based application development. Students will learn the core features of the presentation components (Servlets and Java Server Pages) and service technologies (naming services, distributed transactions, and multi-tier database access) as they map to the widely used Model-View-Controller application architecture. The course also covers the deployment of Web applications, using XML-based configuration files and the BEA WebLogic Server Administration Console. Additionally, students are introduced to the concepts of patterns and how they are used in MVC architectures. Students will get a brief introduction into the motivation and client-side use of Enterprise Java Beans (EJB).
Knowledge of the Java 2 Standard Edition concepts is necessary.
4 1/2 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is intended for programmers, developers and project managers who will be using BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 product as middle tier in enterprise Java application development projects or systems.
Introduction to J2EE and WebLogic Server Core Services (CORE)::Core WebLogic Server Administration (CWLA)::Core JNDI Concepts (JNDI)::Core JDBC Concepts (JDBC)::Introduction to Web Applications (INWA)::Core Servlet Development (CSRD)::Java Server Page Development (JSPD)::Maintaining State in a Web Application (STATE)::Advanced Servlet Development (ASRD)::Tag Libraries (TAGL)::Servlets As EJB Clients (EJBS)::Introduction to Patterns (IPAT)::Controller and Presentation Patterns (CPPA)::Introduction to Transactions (INTX)::Java Transaction API (JTXA)::Introduction to Enterprise Applications (INEA)

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