Advanced Business Component Development with Enterprise JavaBeans Technology

5 Day Course
Hands On
Official Curriculum
Code SL-351-EE5

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Examining EJB Applications (3 topics)

  • Introduce the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE)
  • Examine the Java EE application architecture
  • Examine the Java EE application creation process

Introducing the Auction Application (3 topics)

  • Describe the auction application
  • Define the domain objects of the auction application
  • Describe the implementation model for the auction system

Implementing EJB 3.0 Session Beans (4 topics)

  • Create session beans: Essential tasks
  • Create session beans: Add life-cycle event handlers
  • Package and deploy session beans
  • Create a session bean client

Implementing Entity Classes: The Basics (4 topics)

  • Define entity classes: Essential tasks
  • Manage the life-cycle of an entity instance
  • Define entity beans: Add life-cycle event handlers
  • Package and deploy entity classes

Implementing Entity Classes: Modelling Data Association Relationships (3 topics)

  • Examine association relationships in the data and object models
  • Use relationship properties to define associations
  • Implement unidirectional and bidirectional associations

Implementing Entity Classes: Modelling Inheritance Relationships (8 topics)

  • Examining entity class inheritance
  • Inheriting from an entity class
  • Inheriting from an abstract entity class
  • Inheriting from a non-entity class
  • Inheriting using an embedded superclass
  • Examining Inheritance mapping strategies
  • Define entity classes: Using an embedded class
  • Define entity classes: Using a composite primary key

Using the Java Persistence Query Language (QL) (5 topics)

  • Examine the Java Persistence query language
  • Create and use the SELECT statement
  • Create and use the BULK UPDATE statement
  • Create and use the DELETE statement
  • Create and use Query objects

Developing Java EE Applications Using Messaging (5 topics)

  • Describe the roles of the participants in the JMS API messaging system
  • Write a message producer
  • Write an asynchronous message listener
  • Write a synchronous message listener
  • List the messaging capabilities and limitations of session, entity, and message-driven beans

Developing Message-Driven Beans (3 topics)

  • Describe the properties and life cycle of message-driven beans
  • Create a JMS message-driven bean
  • Create a non JMS message-driven bean

Implementing Interceptor Classes and Methods (5 topics)

  • Create business interceptor method in the enterprise bean class
  • Create an interceptor class
  • Associate multiple business interceptor methods with an enterprise bean
  • Include life-cycle callback interceptor methods in an interceptor class
  • Create entity life-cycle callback methods

Implementing Transactions (5 topics)

  • Describe the transaction demarcation task
  • Implement Container-Managed Transactions (CMT)
  • Interact programmatically with an ongoing CMT transaction
  • Implement Bean-Managed Transactions (BMT)
  • Apply transactions to messaging

Handling Exceptions (6 topics)

  • Introduce exceptions in Java EE applications
  • Describe the exception path in a Java EE application environment
  • Describe EJB container exception handling
  • Handle exceptions in an enterprise bean's methods
  • Handle exceptions in an enterprise bean's client code
  • Review specific issues relating to exception handling in EJB technology applications

Using Timer Services (3 topics)

  • Create a timer callback notification
  • Process a timer callback notification
  • Manage timer objects

Implementing Security (6 topics)

  • Understand the Java EE security architecture
  • Authenticate the caller
  • Examine Java EE authorization strategies
  • Use declarative authorization
  • Use programmatic authorization
  • Examine the responsibilities of the deployer

Using EJB Technology Best Practices (2 topics)

  • Define best practices and state the benefits of using EJB technology best practices
  • Select and apply known patterns to Java EE application design

Prerequisites

To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to: - Display experience with the Java programming language - Integrate existing Java code (for example, reuse existing classes created by other team members) - Design Java technology applications A lthough not required, experience with distributed computing concepts in Java technology is an advantage.

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