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Document Transcript JAVA Java Pearls(Core Java) Duration: 1 month Fees: 4000 Rs. Course Objective: Some Facts about Java: Finding of ZDNet Magazine reviews indicate that Nearly three-quarters of enterprisesoftware development managers are using Java today.Nearly 55% Pune’s Software jobs demand expertise in Java as a base language.Nearly 60 % of academic projects are developed in Java.This course has been designed keeping the wannabe Java programmer in mind.Both Students and professionals alike will benefit from the course, giving them a solidunderstanding of how to program using the Java language and unleash its truepotential. Contents:  Introduction to the lingua-franca of Internet programming.  Execution of Java using the JVM  Different Types of Java Programs: Applets, applications, servlets, beans, EJBs,etc.  The Java Language Fundamentals  Writing Object Oriented programs using Java  Arrays and Strings  Packages and interfaces  Exceptions  Multithreading  I/O Streams  Network programming using Sockets  Writing Applets and displaying animation  Graphical User Interface (GUI) design using Swing  JDBC  Emerging trends in Java/ Product Development Overview Hands-on exercises: Total 45 assignments at three levels of complexity:LowMediumHigh AND Value added career guidance with Job Assistance Java Emeralds(J2EE)Duration:   1 1/2 month Fees: 4000 Rs. Course Objective The J2EE Programming training course provides an overview of the J2EEarchitecture, and introduces delegates to the development and implementation of scalable distributed applications using Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Servlets, andJava Server Pages (JSP).The rapid development of the Java Enterprise technology shows that Java has animportant part to play in modern business. The growing number of companiesoffering Java Enterprise servers, and the use of Java for the development of reference implementations for XML and other W3C technologies illustrate theincreasing penetration of Java. Contents:Enterprise Java overview ã What is Enterprise Java? ã Legacy systems ã JDBC ã Servlets ã JSP ã Distributed applications ã Security ã Scalability Java 2 Enterprise Edition ã J2EE Overview ã Reference Implementation ã Services ã EJB/Web containers ã HTTP/HTTPS ã COS Naming/JNDI ã Containers and Servers ã Web containers ã Servlets ã JSP ã EJB containers ã CMP Entity ã BMP Entity ã Session Web applications ã Building web applications ã Storing user data ã Interacting with the internet Servlets ã Servlet, GenericServlet and HTTP Servlet ã Responding to HTTP ã POST ã GET ã Storing user data ã Processing form data Java Server Pages ã Generic displays ã JSP versus Servlets ã JSP ã Actions ã Directives ã Expressions ã Displaying user and form data Naming services ã Directory services ã LDAP and DNS ã JNDI ã Contexts and binding ã Initial Contexts and lookup Enterprise Java Beans ã Different types of EJB ã Sessions and Entities ã CMP, BMP, Message Bean ã Stateless and stateful sessions ã Home interfaces ã Remote interfaces ã Bean implementations
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