SUN SAS-4300: Sun GlassFish ESB for Implementers

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SUN SAS-4300: Sun GlassFish ESB for Implementers: Students who can benefit from this course are developers, implementers and other individuals new to GlassFish ESB who are tasked with the following responsibilities: Installing GlassFish ESB Creating and configuring GlassFish ESB JBI-based projects Managing and monitoring GlassFish ESB applications GlassFish Enterprise Service..
Gerichtet an: Students who can benefit from this course are developers, implementers and other individuals new to GlassFish ESB who are tasked with the following responsibilities: Installing GlassFish ESB Creating and configuring GlassFish ESB JBI-based projects Managing and monitoring GlassFish ESB applications GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a lightweight and agile ESB platform that packages the innovation happening with Project Open ESB, the GlassFish application server, and...

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Prerequisites To succeed fully in this course, it is helpful for students to have a background in Java and application integration. Skills Gained Upon completion of this course, students should be able to: install GlassFish ESB use NetBeans to create and configure GlassFish ESB projects deploy projects to GlassFish Application Server use a variety of tools to...

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KURSZIEL
SUN SAS-4300: Sun GlassFish ESB for Implementers: Students who can benefit from this course are developers, implementers and other individuals new to GlassFish ESB who are tasked with the following responsibilities:
  • Installing GlassFish ESB
  • Creating and configuring GlassFish ESB JBI-based projects
  • Managing and monitoring GlassFish ESB applications
GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a lightweight and agile ESB platform that packages the innovation happening with Project Open ESB, the GlassFish application server, and the NetBeans IDE into a commercially supported, enterprise-class platform. This course emphasizes hands-on lab work to present the features, functionality, vocabulary and concepts of GlassFish ESB 2.1 for Implementers and Developers new to GlassFish ESB.
LAB INFORMATION: The hands-on labs offered in this course involve accessing software installed on the students local machine.


ZIELGRUPPE
Students who can benefit from this course are developers, implementers and other individuals new to GlassFish ESB who are tasked with the following responsibilities:
  • Installing GlassFish ESB
  • Creating and configuring GlassFish ESB JBI-based projects
  • Managing and monitoring GlassFish ESB applications
GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a lightweight and agile ESB platform that packages the innovation happening with Project Open ESB, the GlassFish application server, and the NetBeans IDE into a commercially supported, enterprise-class platform. This course emphasizes hands-on lab work to present the features, functionality, vocabulary and concepts of GlassFish ESB 2.1 for Implementers and Developers new to GlassFish ESB.
LAB INFORMATION: The hands-on labs offered in this course involve accessing software installed on the students local machine.


KURSINHALT
Module 1 - Overview of GlassFish ESB
  • Overview of GlassFish ESB
  • Definition: GlassFish ESB
  • Open Source and GlassFish ESB
  • NetBeans 6.5 Design Time
  • GlassFish Application Server
  • Java Business Integration (JBI)
  • Deployment to JBI
  • GlassFish Runtime
  • JBI Administration
Module 2 - Installation of GlassFish ESB
  • Preparing to Install GlassFish ESB
  • GUI Installation of GlassFish ESB
  • Silent Installation of GlassFish ESB
  • Starting GlassFish ESB
  • Adding JBI Components to GlassFish
Module 3 - Using Business Processes in GlassFish ESB
  • Web Service Definition
  • Describing a Message with XSD
  • Web Services Description Language
  • Abstract and Concrete WSDL
  • Business Processes and BPEL
  • BPEL, WSDL and XSD
  • The Partner Link in BPEL and WSDL
  • Variables in BPEL
  • Interacting With Partners
  • Working With Data
  • The BPEL Module in GlassFish ESB
  • The XSD, WSDL and BPEL Editors
  • Adding a Partner Link
  • The BPEL Mapper
  • Using XPath Expressions
  • Building a BPEL Module Project
  • The Composite Application
  • Adding a JBI Module
  • The CASA Editor
  • Building and Deploying a Composite Application
Module 4 - Basic Management and Monitoring
  • GlassFish Admin Console
  • NetBeans Admin Plug-ins
  • Logging Levels
  • Viewing and Interpreting Log Files
  • Configuring Logging
  • Log File Management
  • Application Management
  • Component Management
Module 5 - Using the JMS Binding Component
  • The JMS Message Specification
  • The JMS Binding Component
  • Messaging Configuration Points
  • Configuring the JMS Publisher
  • Message Priority
  • Message Destination
  • Delivery Mode
  • Configuring the JMS Consumer
  • Accessing Message Properties
  • Message Selectors
  • Concurrency Options
  • Redelivery Handling
Module 6 - Custom Encoders
  • Encoders in JBI
  • Parts of a Message Structure
  • Node Types
  • Character Sets
  • Undefined Data Policy
  • Child Node Order
  • Occurrence
  • Matching Data Content
  • Node Type: Fixed Length
  • Node Type: Delimited
  • The Delimiter List
  • Delimiter Properties
  • Separators and Terminators
  • Node Type: Array
  • Node Type: Group
  • Mixed NodeTypes
  • Delimiter Precedence
Module 7 - Error Handling in BPEL
  • Faults in BPEL
  • Compensation
  • Scope
  • Compensation Handlers
  • Fault Handlers
  • Invoking Compensation
Module 8 - Correlation in BPEL
  • Correlating Messages
  • Message Properties
  • Correlation Sets in BPEL
  • The Pick Activity
  • Defining Correlation in NetBeans
Module 9 - The Intelligent Event Processor
  • Business Activity Monitoring
  • Describing Data in the IEP
  • The Data Flow in an IEP
  • Understanding IEP Activity
  • Types of IEP Operators
  • The IEP in GlassFish ESB
  • Configuring the IEP
  • WSDL and the IEP
  • The IEP at Runtime
Module 10 - Advanced Management and Monitoring
  • JBI Components
  • Java Management Extensions (JMX)
  • JConsole
  • Using the Management API
  • asadmin
  • asant
  • Scripting
Module 11 - JBI Application Configuration
  • JBI Configuration Model
  • Application Variables
  • Application Configuration Objects


VORRAUSSETZUNG
PrerequisitesTo succeed fully in this course, it is helpful for students to have a background in Java and application integration.
Skills GainedUpon completion of this course, students should be able to:
  • install GlassFish ESB
  • use NetBeans to create and configure GlassFish ESB projects
  • deploy projects to GlassFish Application Server
  • use a variety of tools to monitor and manage deployed applications

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