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J2EE(Advance Java) Programming Language


About J2EE(Advance Java)

Java Platform, Enterprise Edition or Java EE is Oracle's enterprise Java computing platform. The platform provides an API and runtime environment for developing and running enterprise software, including network and web services, and other large-scale, multi-tiered, scalable, reliable, and secure network applications. Java EE extends the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE), providing an API for object-relational mapping, distributed and multi-tier architectures, and web services. The platform incorporates a design based largely on modular components running on an application server. Software for Java EE is primarily developed in the Java programming language. The platform emphasizes Convention over configuration and annotations for configuration. Optionally XML can be used to override annotations or to deviate from the platform defaults.

Before you continue, you should have a basic understanding of the following:

1. Student should have good knowledge of a modern, object oriented language such as C++, C#.
2.Methods, functions, object oriented concepts should be cleared.
3.Should have good knowledge of DBMS and RDBMS concepts.

Benefits of Courses:

1.After completion of Java training students can easily able to use object-oriented features of the Java language, such as encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism.
2.Use Java technology data types and expressions.
3.Use Java technology flow control constructs.
4.Use arrays and other data collections.
5.Implement error-handling techniques using exception handling.
6.Can easily create GUI applications using Swing components: panels, buttons, labels, text fields, and text areas.
7.Create multithreaded programs.

Projects

1.After completion of 75% of classroom training (with all practical), student will go through 2 Major Projects Training and 1 Live Project Training under the guidance of our Well experienced Java developer.
2. After being hands-on in projects as well as Java development concepts students will go through interview preparation and recruitment process in IT Industry.

Introduction of J2EE Server Programming using Servlets Java Server Pages (JSP)
1. Introduction to Enterprise Edition 1.What is Web Application? 1.JavaServer Pages Technology
2.Distributed Multitier Applications 2.What Is a Servlet? 2.The Life Cycle of a JSP Page
3.J2EE Containers 3. Servlet Life Cycle 3.Translation and Compilation
4. Web Services Support 4.Sharing Information 4.Creating Static Content
5.Packaging Applications 5.Using Scope Objects 5.Response and Page Encoding
6.J2EE 1.4 APIs 6.Controlling Concurrent Access 6.Jsp Basic Tags and its uses
  7.Getting Information from Requests 7.Creating Dynamic Content
  8.Constructing Responses 8.Using Objects within JSP Pages
  9.Filtering Requests and Responses 9.Expression Language
  10.Programming Filters 10.Deactivating Expression Evaluation
  11.Customized Requests and Responses 11.Implicit Objects
  12.Specifying Filter Mappings 12.Custom Tags
  13.Invoking Other Web Resources 13.JavaBeans Components
  14.Invoking Other Web Resources 14.Reusing Content in JSP Pages
  15.Transferring Control  
  16.Accessing the Web Context  
  17.Maintaining Client State  
  18.Session Management  
  19.Session Tracking  
   
Java Mail API Annotations XML and Web Services
Struts 2.x Hibernate 3.x Spring 3.x
1.Introduction to Struts 2.x 1.Introduction to ORM and Hibernate 1.Introduction to Spring
2.MVC and Struts 2 Architecture 2.Hibernate Architecture 2.Understanding Inversion of Control (IOC) and
3.Actions, Results & Interceptors 3.Hibernate Configuration 3.Dependency Injection (DI)
4.Object Graph Navigation Language (OGNL) 4.Introduction to Session and SessionFactory 4.Spring Architecture
5.Struts 2 Presentation Tags 5.Persisting Objects using Hibernate 5.Implementing IOC in Spring
6.Role of ActionInvocation and ActionContext 6.Hibernate Query Language 6.Understanding Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
7.Manipulating data on ValueStack 7.Inheritance Mapping 7.Implementing AOP in Spring
8.Creating Custom Interceptors and Results 8.Bidirectional Association Mapping 8.Introduction to Template Design Pattern
9.Validating Action Properties 9.Caching Introduction 9.Simplifying Data access using JDBC Template
10.Generating Composite Views using Tiles 10.Implementing Second Level Caching using EHCACHE 10.Abstracting Data Access Layer using DAO
11.Using Annotations to specify Configuration 11.Integrating Spring & Hibernate 11.Introduction to Spring MVC
  12.Integrating Struts & Hibernate  
  13.Integrating JPA & Hibernate