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About EJB Training
EJB: Enterprise Java Bean, It is used for developing the distributed applications. Distributed application means communication between two programs which is running on two JVMs on a single machine or different machines. These Applications are scalable, transactional, and multi-user secure. You can develop the application once and then deploy on any one of the JEE 5 complaint application server. There are many application servers are available both free and commercial. You can choose the server for development and deployment to suit your requirement and budget.

EJB simplifies the development of small and large enterprise applications. The EJB container provides system-level services to enterprise beans, the bean developer can just concentrate on developing logic to solve business problems.

EJB Training Course Prerequisite

  • • Core Java
EJB Training Course Objective
The Objective of EJB Course is explain about the below topics
  • • What is EJB?
  • • Type of EJBS
  • • Session Bean
  • • Entity Bean
  • • Message Driven Bean
  • • EJB Query language
  • • Security implementation
  • • Transaction implementations
EJB Training Course Overview
RMI-Remote Method Ivocation
  • • Java Distributed Technology
  • • RMI Architecture
  • • Dynamic / Bootstrap Clients
  • • Object Passing in RMI
  • • DGC
  • • Activation
  • • RMI -IIOP
J2EE Introduction J2EE Architecture,Comparison between J2EE&.NET,J2EE Application development roles.
EJB – Enterprise Java Beans
  • • Introduction
  • • Comparison between different Distributed tech (EJB, CORBA, COM/DCOM)
  • • EJB Architecture
  • • EJB Container
  • • Stateless Session Bean
  • • Statefull Session Bean
  • • Bean Managed Entity Bean (Container Managed Entity Bean, Bean Managed Security)
  • • Container Managed Security
  • • Bean Managed Transactions
  • • Container Managed Security
  • • Bean Managed Transactions
  • • Container Managed Transactions
  • • Clusters
  • • Using JDBC Connection Pool in EJB
EJB 2.0
  • • Local Enterprise Beans
  • • CMP2.0 model – Container Managed Persistency
  • • EJBQL – EJB Query Language
  • • EJB Select Methods
  • • Finder Methods with EJBQL
  • • CMR – Container Manager Relationships
  • • MDB-Message Driven Bean
EJB 2.1
  • • Enhancements to EJB –QL
  • • Timer Service
  • • Web services Support to SLSB
EJB 3.0
  • • Introduction to EJB 3.0
  • • Architecture of EJB 3.0
  • • Session Beans in EJB 3.0
  • • Stateless Session Bean
  • • Stateful Session Bean
  • • Entity Components + JPA 1.0
  • • Simplified packaging on context dependency injection (CDI)
  • • JPA-Java persistence API
  • • Relations with Entities
  • • one-to-one
  • • one-to-many
  • • many-to-one,
  • • many-to-many
  • • inheritance with Entities
  • • JPQL-Java Persistence Query Language
  • • Message Driven Bean in EJB 3.0
  • • Transaction with EJB 3.0
  • • AOP in EJB 3.0
  • • AOP – Aspect oriented programming
  • • Exposing EJB 3.0
  • • Stateless Session Bean as Web Service
EJB 3.1
  • • Introduction of 3.1
  • • Removal of local business interface
  • • Introduction of singletons
  • • Asynchronous Session Beans
  • • Embeddable API forexecuting EJB in Java SE env
JTS/JTA-JavaTransaction Service / Java Transaction API
  • • ACID(Atomicity , Consistency, Isolation, Durability) properties
  • • When to use Transactions
  • • Local
  • • Transactions
  • • Distributed Transactions
  • • Flat Transactions
  • • Nested Transactions
  • • Chained Transactions
  • • Two- phase Commit Protocol
JNDI-Java Naming & Directory Interface
  • • JNDI Architecture, Programming with JNDI, JNDI Security.
JAAS (Java Authentication and Authorization Service)
JMS 1.1 (Java Messaging Service)
Java Mail 1.3
XML (extensible markup Language)
  • • Introduction
  • • Need of XML in application architectures
  • • DTD (Document Type Definition)
  • • XML Parsers – SAX (Simple API for XML)
  • • DOM (Document Object Model)
  • • using IBM’s XML4J
  • • parser
  • • XML Schemas
  • • XML DB Utility (XML SQL Utility)
XSL
  • • XSL tags
  • • using apache szian’s XSLT engine for transformation
  • • X path specifications
  • • X path expressions
JAXP 1.2 (Java API for XML Parsing)
Web Services
  • • SOAP 1.1 (Simple Object Access Protocol)
  • • UDDI 2.0 (The Universe Description, Discovery and Integration )
  • • WSDL 1.1(Web Services Description Language)
  • • JAX-RPC 1.1(Java API for XML Remote Procedure Call)
  • • SAAJ 1.2 (SOAP with Attachments API for Java)
  • • JAXR (Java API for XML Registration)
  • • JAXB (Java Architecture for XML Binding)
  • • JAXWS (Java API for XML …….Webservices)
J2EE Design Patterns
Servers
  • • Weblogic 10.0
  • • IBM Websphere 6.0
  • • J Boss
  • • Sun one Application Server 9.1
  • • Oracle 9i Application Server
  • • Pramati
  • • Glass Fish
IDE’S
  • • My Eclipse
  • • J Builder
  • • Intellij
  • • Net Beans
  • • Weblogic Workshop
  • • EXADEL Studio
  • • WSAD
TOOLS
  • • Build – ANT
  • • Logging – Log 4j