Developing Applications with Java EE Training Course
Session 17: JAVA MESSAGING SERVICE
Asynchronous Message Consumption
Creating Message-Driven Beans
Utilising Life Cycle Events
Session 18: JAX-RS RESTFUL WEB SERVICES
Adding JAX-RS Annotations
Using HTTP Request Headers
Mapping URLs to Java
Session 19: JAX-WS SOAP WEB SERVICES
The Web Services Protocol Stack
SOAP, WSDL and UDDI
Web Services with JAX-WS
Session 20: JEE SECURITY
Container Managed Security
Security Users and Groups
The Developing Applications with Java EE course will explain the core JEE technologies and how they can be used to build large scale web based applications. It also includes an overview of Enterprise Java Beans, the Java Persistence API and JEE security.
About the Course
This course aims to provide the delegate with the knowledge to be able to produce secure, scalable and maintainable enterprise solutions using Java code within the Java Enterprise Edition environment. This incorporates web-based technologies such as Servlets, JSP and WebSocket, via linking solutions like JSON and CDI, to back end architectures using EJB, JMS and JPA
Who Should Attend
The Developing Applications with Java EE course is aimed at those who need to develop robust, flexible, extendable and maintainable software using the Java enterprise architecture. Roles include programmers, designers, architects, testers and anyone who needs a good understanding of the Java Enterprise Edition solution.
Full Java Programming 2 Training Course Materials
Highly Skilled and Knowledgeable Tutors
Use Contexts and Dependency Injection
Implement Bean Validation
Configure the Java Messaging Service
Create business components with the EJB specification
Use the Java Persistence API to create entity classes
Write restful web services with JAX-RS
Implement JEE Security
Understand the Java Enterprise Architecture
Write java programs to interface with databases
Write code to generate dynamic HTML pages
Create web applications using Servlets
Use tag libraries to develop Java Server Pages
Transfer data using JSON
Delegates attending this course should have experience programming with an object-oriented language, ideally Java. This knowledge can be obtained by attendance on the prerequisite Java Programming 1 course.
There is no prereading associated with this training course.
Exams are not included as part of the course.
Professional Development Units - PDUs
There are no Professional Qualification Credits associate with this training certification.
There are no Professional Qualification Credits associated with this training course.