Developing Business Logic Components with Enterprise JavaBeans using BEA WebLogic Server 7.0

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  • Seminar
  • Anfänger
  • Inhouse
  • Dauer:
    5 Tage
Beschreibung

This 5-day course covers the fundamentals of distributed development using Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 (EJB), including stateless and stateful session beans, entity beans and message-driven beans. The course also covers EJB deployment and container-managed persistence, as well as transactional and security concerns with EJBs.Students will become familiar with the general use of Java Message Service

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· Voraussetzungen

Object-Oriented Concepts (classes, objects, interfaces, inheritance)

Core Java Syntax (keywords, variables, flow and branching constructs)

Exception Handling

CLASSPATH and packages

Multi-threading

Input/Output Streams

Principles behind Remote Method Invocation and Object Serialization

Collection Classes (in java.uti...

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Seminarziel:

This 5-day course covers the fundamentals of distributed development using Enterprise JavaBeans 2.0 (EJB), including stateless and stateful session beans, entity beans and message-driven beans. The course also covers EJB deployment and container-managed persistence, as well as transactional and security concerns with EJBs.

Students will become familiar with the general use of Java Message Service (JMS) and how to write messaging clients. In addition, this course will cover aspects of the BEA WebLogic Administration Console as they pertain to EJB deployment and monitoring.

Zielgruppe:

BEA Webserver Costumer

Inhalt:

  • EJB Architecture (EJBA)


  • EJB Deployment (EJBD)


  • Stateless Session Beans (EJSL)


  • Stateful Session Beans (EJSF)


  • EJB Environments and Resources (EJER)


  • EJB Security (ESEC)


  • EJB Transactions (EJTX)


  • Local Interfaces (EJLI)


  • Container-Managed Persistence Entity Beans (ECMP)


  • Bean-Managed Persistence Entity Beans (EBMP)


  • EJB Relationships (EREL)


  • Introduction to Messaging (IMSG)


  • BEA WebLogic Server JMS (WJMS)


  • Message-Driven Beans (EJMD)


Voraussetzung:

Object-Oriented Concepts (classes, objects, interfaces, inheritance)

Core Java Syntax (keywords, variables, flow and branching constructs)

Exception Handling

CLASSPATH and packages

Multi-threading

Input/Output Streams

Principles behind Remote Method Invocation and Object Serialization

Collection Classes (in java.util package)

Client-server database access through the Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)


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