EJB Workshop using WebSphere Studio Application Developer (Advanced)
3 Days

This advanced course utilizes a combination of instructor-led discussions and interactive workshops to demonstrate the capabilities of IBM’s WebSphere Studio Application Developer IDE for the development of enterprise applications using Enterprise JavaBeans in an N-tier architecture. The implementation of these components and their access via servlet clients will be discussed. Each student will learn to use the EJB development environment to build session and entity EJBs, use the Test Client, create entity beans using Database schema and Mapping tools, connect EJBs using transactions, understand the role of EJB containers, utilize activation and passivation, JNDI usage and the deployment of enterprise JAR and EAR components using IBM’s WebSphere Application Server.
AUDIENCE Developers and other technical professionals that will be designing, developing and implementing interactive Websites using JavaServer Pages, servlets, JavaBeans and Enterprise JavaBeans and implementing them using the WebSphere Studio Application Developer.
OBJECTIVES Upon conclusion participants will have acquired these skills:
  • Understand the EJB capabilities of the WebSphere Studio Application Developer
  • Design, build, and assemble dynamic Web sites and e-business applications using J2EE and server-side philosophies
  • Define and utilize the interface between servlets and Enterprise JavaBeans.
  • Understand the role the session/entity EJBs for J2EE enterprise applications
  • Illustrate the role of entity and session EJBs
  • Creation of entity EJBs using the database schema tool.
  • Demonstrate the use of EJB Test Client for testing EJBs.
  • Discuss the implementation of EJBs using EJS servers and containers
  • Using transactions with EJBs
  • Understand EJB deployment strategies for JAR and EAR files
  • XML Overview
  • Fundamentals
  • XML Data
  • DTDs
  • Declarations
  • Namespaces
  • Cascading Style Sheets
  • XLinks
  • XPointers
  • Summary
CLASS FORMAT Lecture and Lab
PREREQUISITES: Each student should have a thorough understanding of the Java language and use of the WebSphere Studio Application Developer IDE. Additionally, experience with JavaBeans, relational databases and server-side development concepts is preferred.
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