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BEA WebLogic Bootcamp
Regular Version

Course Name: BEA Weblogic Server 6.1 Bootcamp

Brief Course Description: Server Side Internet Development with JSP and Servlets. Includes coverage of JavaBeans, Enterprise Java Beans, Custom Tag Libraries, JDBC and XML.

Duration: 4 Full Days

Format: Instructor-led, hands-on

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of Java programming and casual knowledge of HTML is assumed

Assumed Audience: Mainframe and/or Client Server Programmers

Course Materials: 600+ page text on J2EE and BEA Weblogic 6.1, Resource Pack with CD

Course Description Summary: This is a fast paced, in depth course on JSP and Servlet programming with BEA Weblogic 6.1 Application Server. Includes extensive coverage of Servlets and Java Server Pages including how to use JavaBeans, Custom Tag Libraries, Enterprise JavaBeans and the MVC architecture.

The Outline

  1. Building J2EE Applications with BEA Weblogic 6.1
    1. Using Weblogic for J2EE applications
    2. Understanding the features and capabilities of Weblogic
    3. How Weblogic stacks up against the competition
    4. BEA Weblogic Server Administration
    5. Installing BEA Weblogic Server
    6. Platform support for BEA Weblogic Server
  2. Overview of JSP and Servlet Architecture
    1. Overview of the J2EE Platform and it’s place in the programming world.
    2. Understanding the need for Application Servers
    3. What makes for a good Application Server
    4. Advantages of JSP and Servlets over competing technologies
  3. Servlet Fundamentals
    1. Understanding the Structure and Lifecycle of a Servlet
    2. Explanation of the javax.servlet and javax.servlet.http packages
    3. Setting up the init(), destroy() methods
    4. Writing the service methods such as doPost() and doGet()
    5. Compiling Deploying Servlets for IBM Websphere
    6. Debugging Strategies for developing Servlets
  4. Using the Request Variable
    1. Sending Form data to a servlet with the POST and GET methods
    2. Processing the Form data with the getParameter and getParameterValues methods
    3. Reading cookie data with the getCookies method
    4. Extracting information from the HTTP Headers, i.e. content type, browser type and IP address
    5. Compressing web pages for faster client downloads
  5. Using the Response Variable
    1. Generating different content types
    2. Redirecting the User
    3. Automatically Reloading Pages
    4. Caching and Expiring Pages
    5. Redirecting the User
    6. Writing cookies with server side code
  6. Strategies for Maintaining State
    1. Understanding the limitations of cookies
    2. Best practices for using cookies to maintain state
    3. Using the Session variable and understanding when not to use it
    4. Maintaining state with hidden form fields and why this is the best, all around choice
  7. Java Server Page Fundamentals
    1. Understanding the Structure and Lifecyle of a Java Server Page
    2. Predefined variables – request, response, out, session, application, config, pageContext and page
    3. Using the Request and Response objects within a JSP
    4. Expressions – understanding how they are evaluated and placed into the servlet’s output.
      1. Using standard JSP expression syntax
      2. Using XML syntax for JSP expressions
    5. Scriptlets – writing Java code within JSP
    6. Pros and cons of Scriptlets – Distinction between Presentation and Business logic begins to blur
    7. Declarations within JSP and use with expressions and scriptlets
  8. Page and Include Directives
    1. Using the standard and XML syntax for directives
    2. Page - Importing classes for use in Java Server Pages
    3. Page – Using the buffer, autoflush, extends, info, errorPage and isErrorPage attributes
    4. Using server side includes
  9. Using JavaBeans with JSP
    1. Understanding the structure and lifecycle of a JavaBean
    2. Using a JavaBean on a Java Server Page
    3. Installing JavaBeans
    4. Associating JavaBean properties with Input parameters
    5. Using JavaBeans at different levels of scope within a JSP
  10. Custom Tag Libraries
    1. The three components needed to create a tag library
    2. Using the Tag Handler Class
    3. Creating and modifying the tag library descriptor file
    4. Using the tag within a Java Server Page
    5. Understanding custom tag definition
    6. Using nested tags
    7. Achieving the a high level of separation between Presentation and Business logic
  11. JDBC Fundamentals
    1. JDBC Basics – Connecting to databases, executing queries and using the Resultset class
    2. Creating prepared statements for queries that executed multiple times
    3. Using stored procedures
    4. Understanding and implementing JDBC connection pooling
    5. Strategies for creating a Data Services layer within your JSP/Servlet applications using JavaBeans and even custom tag libraries
  12. Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) and BEA Weblogic 6.1
    1. Stateless Session Beans
    2. Stateful Session Beans
    3. Entity Beans – When and how to use
    4. Understanding Container Managed Persistence (CMP)
    5. Understanding Bean managed Persistence
    6. Stateless Session Beans vs. Entity Beans
    7. Best practices for using EJB within real world J2EE applications
    8. EJB Security
  13. MVC and Layered Architecture and Design
    1. Understanding the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture
    2. Overview of the Model 1 and Model 2 MVC architectures
    3. Appropriate conditions for using each design
    4. When is a Controller not necessary
    5. Benefits to using design patterns in J2EE applications

When the student leaves the course... the developer/student will be knowledgeable in writing Java Server Pages and Servlets. The student will have a thorough understanding of the J2EE platform and be able to write applications utilizing the Model-View-Controller architecture. Within the JSP/Servlet environment under BEA’s Weblogic Application Server, the student will be able to expertly use the intrinsic Servlet objects, query databases, logically partition application code and understand the sophisticated architecture behind J2EE.

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