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J2EE Training in Chennai

Learn how to use J2EE from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our J2EE Training in Chenani you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

J2EE stands for Java Enterprise Edition Version 2 and is now referred to as Java EE. It is a platform used for building server-side applications. It consists of certain features built on the top of Java that are specially used for building applications for larger enterprises (business organizations). Some of the APIs available in J2EE used for building larger applications are EJB, JSP, Servlets, JNDI etc.

J2EE simplifies application development by providing standardized reusable components that can be used by organizations to build large applications. J2EE defines a standard architecture that organizes business logic as components.

We, at Greens Technologys, provide training on the both Java and J2EE. Our teaching faculty consists of highly experienced working professionals who provide the latest insights into how Java and J2EE is actually used in real world projects. Our training courses include both class-room and online sessions with the trainers who make sure the concepts are explained in a simple and effective manner.

Course Name J2EE
Category Application Programming Language
Venue Greens Technologies
Official URL J2EE Training
Demo Classes At Your Convenience
Training Methodology 10% Theory & 90% Practical
Course Duration 30-40 Hours
Class Availability Weekdays & Weekends
For Demo Class Email ID - contact@greenstechnologys.com

J2EE Training Syllabus

Java EE Introduction

  • Java EE Overview
  • Java EE Technologies
  • Java EE Architecture
  • MVC

Servlets and JSP with the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)

  • Web Application Basics
    • How the Web works, Thin Clients, TCP/IP
    • HTTP overview, Brief HTML review
    • Overview of Java EE, servlets & Web applications.
    • Servlet Basics
  • Servlet API
    • HTML Forms
    • HTTP: Request-response, headers, GET, POST
    • Overview: How Servlets Work
      • Servlet Lifecycle: init(), service(), destroy()
      • Requests and responses
    • Core Servlet API: GenericServlet, ServletRequest, and ServletResponse
    • HTTP Servlets: HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse and HttpServlet
    • Accessing Parameters
  • Additional Servlet Capabilities
    • HTTP headers and MIME types
    • RequestDispatcher: Including and forwarding
    • Sharing data with the request object attributes
    • Sharing data with ServletContext attributes
    • Error Handling
  • JavaServer Pages
    • Basics and Overview
      • JSP architecture
      • JSP tags and JSP expressions
      • Fixed Template Data
      • Lifecycle of a JSP
    • Model View Controller (MVC)
      • Model 1/Model 2 Architecture
    • Data Sharing among servlets & JSP
      • Object scopes or “buckets”
      • Request, application, session and page scope
      • Predefined JSP implicit objects (request, session, application, page)
      • ‹jsp:useBean›
      • ‹jsp:getProperty›, ‹jsp:setProperty›
      • ‹jsp:include›, ‹jsp:forward›
  • Using Custom Tags
    • Custom tags overview
    • Reducing JSP complexity
    • Tag Libraries
      • Tag Library Descriptor (TLD)
      • Loading a tag library in a web app
    • The JSTL
    • JSP Expression Language (EL)
    • Using custom tags
      • The c:url, c:param, c:forEach, c:out tags
  • More JSP Capabilities and Session Management
    • HTTP as a stateless protocol
    • Hidden form fields
    • Cookies: Overview, API, Using cookies
    • Session overview: Cookies and session tracking
    • HttpSession
      • Putting data into a session object
      • Retrieving data from a session object
    • Using session data in servlets and JSPs
    • Additional JSP Capabilities
      • Exception handling and error pages
      • Directives (page, include, others)
    • Import declarations
    • Multithreading considerations and data safety
      • SingleThreadModel interface
  • Additional JSP Capabilities
    • JSP Directives
    • JSP Error Pages
    • JSP and Java
      • Declarations, Scriptlet overview, Scriptlet syntax
  • More JSTL
    • Overview of JSTL libraries
    • The JSTL Expression Language
      • Expressions, Type Coercion, Operators, String concatenation, Implicit Objects
    • The Core JSTL Library
      • General Purpose: c:out, c:set, c:catch
      • Conditional: c:if, c:choose,
    • Overview of other capabilities
  • Additional Topics
    • Servlet Filter overview
      • Filtering examples, lifecycle, & filter chains
      • Filter API, Modifying a request, Modifying a response

    JDBC

  • Introduction
    • Relational Database and JDBC Overview
      • Overview, Table Relationships, Web Based Data Access, JDBC Characteristics
    • JDBC Architecture, JDBC API Overview
      • DriverManager, JDBC Drivers
      • Naming databases with JDBC URLs
    • Connecting to a database
      • Connection interface, Establishing a connection
    • DataBaseMetaData
    • Handling Database Exceptions
  • Data Access
    • DAO – Data Access Objects, O-R Mapping, Value Objects
    • Processing Database Data
      • Executing statements, precompiled statements and stored procedures
      • Processing ResultSets,
      • Dealing with Null data
      • Updating, inserting, retrieving data
      • Controlling Transactions
    • JDBC Driver Types
    • DataSource
      • Java EE and DataSource, Using JNDI
    • Connection Pooling
      • Overview, Usage, Advantages

Component Integration

  • Database Integration
    • Web Architecture choices
    • Connecting servlets to a database via DataSource
  • Other Technologies
    • XML and Web Services
    • JMS – Java Message Service
  • Labs
    • Accessing a database from a servlet
    • Accessing an EJB from a servlet

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