Enterprise JavaBeans Development Course
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) make it easier to build Java systems with reusable components. EJBs also make your system more robust and better able to handle changes in volume. This course will teach you how to write different kinds of EJBs: session beans to handle the business data, entity beans to control the business logic, and message-driven beans to make different systems talk to each other.
|Duration:||4.5 days. Courses are presented from 08:30 to 16:30.|
|Investment:||R9,800.00 excluding VAT per delegate.|
|Venue:||The Incus Data Training Venue in Centurion, Pretoria. Courses can also be presented on-site for 5 or more delegates.|
|Dates:||Please check the course schedule for the next available date. You can also contact us at tel: (+27) 12 666 2020 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about dates.|
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Audience: Is This The Right Course For Me?
You should attend the Enterprise JavaBeans Development course if:
- You are a Java programmer and you need to develop enterprise applications.
- You are already doing JEE development, and you need to know more about EJB.
Prerequisites: Am I Ready For The Course?
Before you attend the Enterprise JavaBeans Development course:
- You must have attended our Java Programming course or already be comfortable with the fundamentals of the Java programming language.
- You should have at least 1 year practical experience programming in Java.
You will find it useful to know more about the JEE environment. It is not essential, but it will help you to first attend our JEE Architecture course.
Please ensure you meet the prerequisites for the Enterprise JavaBeans Development Course before you attend the course. Read the importance of course prerequisites to understand why this is necessary.
Objectives: What Will I Learn?
After you have completed the Enterprise JavaBeans Development course, you will be able to:
- Understand the various technologies that form part of JEE (Java Enterprise Edition) and how they fit together.
- Develop entity beans to represent business data.
- Develop session beans to represent business processes and logic.
- Develop message-driven beans to communicate between systems.
Technical Contents: What Does The Course Cover?
- JEE Architecture and API Overview
- JEE application servers.
- Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP).
- Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB).
- Java Transaction API and Services (JTA and JTS).
- RMI and RMI-IIOP.
- Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI).
- Java Message Service (JMS).
- Java Database Connectivity (JDBC).
- Java Persistence API (JPA).
- Java APIs for XML Processing (JAXP) and binding (JAXB).
- SOAP and RESTful Web Services.
- JAX-RPC, JAX-WS and JAX-RS.
- JEE Connector Architecture (JCA).
- Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS).
- EJB Overview
- EJBs as the core of a JEE application.
- EJB2 versus EJB3.
- Plain Java objects (POJOs) and interfaces (POJI).
- Java annotations vs XML deployment descriptors.
- EJB Types and Usage.
- Entity beans developed as POJOs.
- Stateless, stateful and singleton session beans.
- Asynchronous return values.
- Exposing session beans as Web services.
- Message driven beans.
- Timers and the timer service.
- EJB lifecyle, callbacks and listeners.
- JNDI Enterprise Naming Context (ENC).
- Packaging and deploying EJBs.
- Portability issues.
- Entity Beans and Persistence
- JPA Overview.
- Entity managers and persistence units.
- Managed vs unmanaged entities.
- Mapping persistent objects.
- Entity relationships and inheritance.
- EJB Query Language (QL).
- Overview of Java Transaction API (JTA and JTS).
- The ACID principle.
- Isolation and database locking.
- Programmatic vs declarative transactions.
- Exceptions and transactions.
- Messaging with JMS
- Point-to-point versus publish and subscribe messaging.
- Queuing mechanisms.
- Connection Factories, Connections, Sessions, Destinations.
- Message types.
- Patterns and Best Practices
- EJB design in the real world.
- JEE Design Patterns.
- Best Practices.
Testimonials: What Other Delegates Say About This Course
"Thanks very much. One of the best course experiences ever. I feel well-educated in EJB 3.1 having completed the course and I will be able to use what I have learned in my working environment."
S. Nell, Core Freight Systems (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Great atmosphere, knowledgeable lecturers, topical content and beautiful venue. The perfect combination!"
L. Terblance, Airvantage (Lecturer: Lewis)
J. Mahlangu, Nedbank (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Good communication, course lecture was more personal and made it easier to show more interest and better focus."
K. Addison, Core Freight Systems (Lecturer: Lewis)
"I enjoyed the course thoroughly. It was very good."
R. Potgieter, Core Freight Systems (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Course was interesting, thought provoking. All concepts were articulated properly."
S. Mdhluli, Core Freight Systems (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Course was very good, helped me to gain an excellent theoretical view on EJBs."
J. Martin, Corefreight Systems (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Again this was a relevant and informative course from Incus Data. Thank you Lewis."
A. Joubert, ABSA (Lecturer: Lewis)
"I really enoyed the course. It has been a great source of knowledge."
K. Bloem, ABSA (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Excellent course. Expanded my understanding of Java as a whole."
S. Brande, Standard Bank (Lecturer: Lewis)
"I appreciate the time and dedication given during my time here. My knowledge and confidence has raised exponentially. Thanks."
N. Manuamela, ABSA (Lecturer: Lewis)
"Excellent all my objectives was met. This was a really fun and informative course. It not only covered EJB's but shed light on many other JEE technologies i.e. a big picture view."
H. Gelderblom, ASBA (Lecturer: Lewis)
"This is by far the best course I've ever been to. Lewis is very knowledgable, intelligent, etc. Great work Incusdata you are the best."
S. Buti, SA Reserve Bank (Lecturer: Lewis)
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