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Java Training - Experience the real-time implementation of Java projects by exploring different technologies in Java like Core Java, Advanced Java, Struts, Springs, Hybernate, EJB, Web Services.



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Advanced Java - J2EE COURSE OUTLINE
(the course content can be modified as per your requirements):

Advanced Java

Database Programming
JDBC overview
SQL- Structured Query Language
JDBC Programming Concepts
Query Execution
Scrollable and Updatable Result Sets
Working with Statements
Row Sets
Batch Updates
Calling stored procedures and functions
ResultSetMetaData
Transactions
Getting Started with Web Applications
Web Application Life Cycle
Web Modules
Configuring Web Applications
Accessing Databases from Web Applications
Jar, war and ear
Webserver & Application Server
HTML
Javascript
Java Servlet Technology
Servlets overview
Servlet Life Cycle
Sharing Information
Initializing a Servlet
Writing Service Methods
Filtering Requests and Responses
Invoking Other Web Resources
Accessing the Web Context
Session tracking and management
Java Server Pages Technology
JSP overview
The Life Cycle of a JSP Page
Declarations, Scriptlets, Expressions
JSP Action tags
Directives
JSP implicit objects
Scope in JSP
Ajax
HTML
Javascript
Java Server Pages Standard Tag Library
Using JSTL
Core Tag Library
Enterprise JAVA Beans
Enterprise Bean overview
Types of enterprise beans
Advantages of enterprise beans
The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans
Working with Session Beans
Statefuls vs. Stateless Session Beans
Working with Entity Beans
Bean Managed Persistence/Container Managed Persistence entity beans
JAVA Messaging Service (JMS)
Overview
JMS architecture
Messaging models
Point-to-Point
Publish/subscribe
JMS API
Message-Driven Beans
Overview
The Message-Driven Bean Class
Life cycle of Message Driven Bean


Struts

1. MVC Architecture: Action Controller, Action Classes, and Form beans
2. Essential Taglibs to be used in JSP pages (bean, html, logic, nested)
3. Dispatch Action, Dyna Forms
4. Internationalization
5. Validation Framework
6. Tiles Framework

Spring Framework

Spring Introduction
Spring modules
Dependency injection
Spring containers (Bean Factory, Application Context)
Basic bean wiring
Bean life cycle
Spring Data Access
Using jdbc with spring
Working with Datasources,
Working with jdbctemplates,
DML operations on data
Controllers
Types of controllers
Handling web requests
Mapping requests to controllers
Handler Mappings
Processing commands, form submissions
Views
Resolving text messages (property files)
View resolvers
Validations
Working with throw away controllers
ContextLoaderListener for loading configuration files
Aspect Oriented Programming
Join points, point cuts, advice, aspects
AspectJ syntax for AOP
AOP configuration elements
Spring Transactions
The meaning of transaction
Transaction attributes
Spring transaction management support
Choosing a transaction manger
Declarative transaction management
Spring Messaging
Messaging overview (JMS)
Using Messages with Spring
Advanced Bean Wiring
Parent and child beans
Inner beans
Bean wiring with property files
Spring Web
Spring ORM



Hibernate

OVER VIEW
Overview of O/R mapping
Overview of Hibernate architecture
Setting up and running your first Hibernate application.
Configuring Hibernate
Hibernate configuration property file
Hibernate configuration XML file
Database dialects
Obtaining a Session Factory
User-provided JDBC connection
Using code generation tool
Using schema generation tool
Using mapping file generation tool
O/R Mapping
Overview of the mapping file
The id element and primary key
Id generation methods
Composite id
Hibernate data types
Custom value types
Mapping for collections and associations
Mapping for rich associations
Component mapping
Inheritance mapping
Manipulating and Querying Persistent Data
Persistent classes
Loading an object
Find methods
The Query interface
Performing CRUD operations
Criteria Queries
Using native SQL query
Using lifecycle and interceptor callbacks
Transactions and concurrency
The Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
The select clause
The from clause
The where clause
Expressions
Aggregate functions
Sorting, grouping, etc.
Subqueries


WebServices:-

XML basics
Introduction of XML
Syntax
Elements
Attributes
DTD, XML schema and advanced schema
Introduction of DTD and XML Schema
Elements of DTD and Schema
Difference between DTD and Schema
Implement example
SOAP and WSDL
Introduction of SOAP and WSDL
Implement example
Parsers (SAX and DOM)
Introduction of SAX and DOM parsers
Importance of Parsers
Parser Architecture
JAXP
Introduction of JAXP
Implement SAX example
Implement DOM example
Binding Frameworks(JAXB and XML Beans, JibX)
Introduction of JAXB and XML Beans
Importance of XSD
Implement example
Web services
Introduction of Axis 1 and 2
Ant targets
Build and deploy services
Writing client program
Web services implementation using Spring framework
Introduction of Spring WS stack
Implement example
Restful Services – Jersey

EJB
1. Session Beans
2. Entity Beans : CMP and BMP
3. Introduction to Hibernate technology
4. Introduction to application servers
5. Deployment of EJBs