B/16, First floor, Sant Tukaram Vyapar Sankul

Nigdi, Pune - 411044

8:30 AM - 7:00 PM

Monday to Saturday

Java EE

What will you learn

This Java EE 6: Develop Web Components with Servlets and JSPs training is designed for experienced developers of Java technology applications. You’ll gain the knowledge and skills to quickly build web applications suited to any Java EE 6 application server using JSP and servlet technologies.

Learn To:

  • Construct and deploy small-to-medium scale web applications found in intranet and low-volume commercial sites by using JavaServer Page (JSP page) technology and servlets.
  • Apply Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture to projects in EE environments.
  • Create servlet filters and listeners.
  • Understand and manage HTTP sessions in a web application.
  • Create easy-to-maintain JSP pages using Expression Language and the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL).
  • Analyze, design, develop and deploy web applications with Java EE 6 SDK and the application server Oracle WebLogic Server 12c.

Benefits to You

Throughout this course, you’ll gain knowledge experimenting with real code examples in each topic. It’s an excellent way to prepare for the Java Enterprise Edition 6 Web Component Developer certification expert examination.

  • Reviewing the Java SE and Java EE Curriculum
  • Getting Acquainted with Other Students
  • Reviewing Course Objectives
  • Discussing 5 Day Course Schedule
  • Describing the Format that the Class will Use
  • Introducing Web Application Technologies
  • Describing the Java EE 6 Web Profile
  • Describing Java Servlet Technology
  • Describing Java Server Pages Technology
  • Understanting the Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture
  • Explaining Java EE Containers and Java Application Servers
  • Describing the Web Application Development Process
  • Identifying the Essential Structure of a WAR File
  • Describing the HTTP Headers and Their Function
  • Explaining the Request and Response Processes
  • Understanding the Life Cycle of a Servlet
  • Listing Injection and Lifecycle Method Annotations
  • Understanding the Threading Model of a Servlet
  • Developing a Servlet to Respond to Requests from the Client Browser
  • Using HTML Forms To Collect Data From Users and Send it To a Servlet
  • Understanding How Form Data Is Sent in an HTTP Request
  • Developing a Servlet that Retrieves Form Parameters
  • Understanding and Using HttpSession Objects
  • Using Cookies for Session Management
  • Using URL Rewriting for Session Management
  • Describing the Purpose of Deployment Descriptors
  • Creating Servlet Mappings to Allow Invocation of a Servlet
  • Creating and Access Context and Init Parameters
  • Using the @WebServlet and @WebInitParam Annotations
  • Using the Servlet Context Listener Interface
  • Describing the Different Scopes in a Web Application
  • Handling Errors Using a Deployment Descriptor
  • Implementing the Controller Design Element Using a Servlet
  • Implementing the Model Design Element Using a POJO
  • Implementing the View Design Element Using a JSP and Expression Language (EL)
  • Connecting the model, View, and Controller Elements to Implement a Working MVC Solution
  • Injecting a Service in a Controller
  • Describing JSP Page Technology

  • Writing JSP Code Using Scripting Elements

  • Writing JSP Code Using the Page Directive

  • Writing JSP Code Using Standard Tags

  • Writing JSP code using Expression Language

  • Configuring the JSP Page Environment in the web.xml File

  • Writing an Error Page by Using JSP

  • Designing JSP Pages with Custom Tag Libraries
  • Using a Custom Tag Library in JSP Pages
  • Describing JSTL Tags
  • Describing the Web Container Request Cycle
  • Describing the Filter API
  • Developing a Filter Class
  • Configuring a Filter in the web.xml File
  • Using the Asynchronous Servlet Mechanism
  • Using JavaScript to Send an HTTP Request from a Client
  • Processing an HTTP Response Entirely in JavaScript
  • Combining These Techniques to Create the Effect of Server-push
  • Handling Multipart Form Data
  • Describing a Common Failure Mode in Security
  • Requiring that a User Log in Before Accessing Specific Pages in Your Web Application
  • Describing the Java EE Security Model
  • Requiring SSL Encrypted Communication for Certain URLs or Servlets
  • Understanding the Nature of the Model as a Macro-pattern
  • Implementing Persistent Storage for Your Web Applications Using JDBC or Java Persistence API