Developing Java™ Web Applications

Code: DJWA
Duration: Days 4
Delivery methods:  
Price per delegate: $1,000
Trained over 60000 delegates
Delivered by world class instructors
Highly competitive pricing
Capped class sizes
Post course support


Course Description
This training course teaches you how to create Web interfaces using JavaServer Pages technology. It covers the very latest technologies that are now available to the Java Web application developer, including the JSP Standard Tag Library, Struts, JavaServer Faces, Portlets and the JSP Expression Language as well as JSP architecture, working with JavaBeans, and how to interface with Enterprise JavaBeans and Web services. The training course can be delivered using a number of development tools, including IBM Rational Application Developer, Oracle JDeveloper, Eclipse, or a basic text editor.The training course can be delivered on most deployment environments, including Tomcat, WebSphere, Oracle AS, JBoss, and WebLogic.
Target Student
Web developers who need to be able to build enterprise Java based Web applications using JSP.
  • Delegates must be familiar with XML, and they must also be familiar with Web technologies such as HTML and HTTP. Java programming experience is desirable but not essential for this training course. If you do not have Java, then some scripting experience would be extremely advantageous.
Delivery Method: Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.
The training course combines lectures with practical exercises that help the delegates to put what they have learned on the training course into practice. The exercises specifically build on what has been recently taught and are built up as the training course progresses.
Performance Based Objectives
At the end of this training course, students should be able to:
  • Identify the core components of a Java Web application
  • Write and deploy a Java Servlet
  • Process form data from a Java Servlet
  • Understand the JSP lifecycle
  • Use scriptlets , expressions, and standard actions in a JSP
  • Use the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
  • Integrate XML into a Web application
  • Use the JSP Expression Language (EL)
  • Build applications using the Struts Framework
  • Implement a Portlet and deploy it to a Portlet Container
  • Add appropriate content metadata to JSP and other content items
  • Develop interfaces to Web services
  • Develop interfaces to Enterprise Java Beans
  • Identify some of the architectural, design, and implementation considerations when working with JSP technology
Course Contents
1. Introduction to Web Applications
           Java Servlets
           JavaServer Pages
           Tag Libraries
2. Introduction to Java Servlets
           What is a Java Servlet
           Java Servlet lifecycle
           Introduction to the Servlet API
           How to develop and deploy Java Servlets
3. Session Tracking
           Processing form data from Java servlets
           Working with Cookies
           Working with URL re-writing
           Using the HttpSession object
4. Java Server Pages
           What is a Java Server Page?
           Directives in JSP
           Scriptlets in JSP
           Scripting Elements in JSP
           Standard Actions in JSP
5. JavaBeans and JavaServer Pages
           What are JavaBeans
           Using JavaBeans with JSP
           JSP and Servlet interaction
           Web application architecture
6. The Expression Language (EL)
           EL Syntax
           EL Functions
           EL Operators
7. JavaServer Page Tag Libraries
           What are Tag Libraries
           Components of a Tag Library
           The JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
           JSTL Tag Overview
8. The JSTL Core Tags
           The Core Actions
           Flow control actions
           URL actions
           Handling errors using catch
           Outputting content using the out tag
9. Introduction to Jakarta Struts
           Purpose of the Struts Framework
           The Action Servlet
           The ActionForm object
           The Action object
           The ActionMapping object            
10. Implementing a Jakarta Struts Application
           Building a Struts Application
           Building the pages
           Creating ActionForm objects
           Creating Action objects
           Configuring struts-config.xml
11. Introduction to JavaServer Faces (JSF)
           What is JSF
           Benefits of JSF over Struts
           Overview of a JSF Application
           Struts and JSF compared
12. JSP and Databases
           JDBC Overview
           The SQL Actions
           Configuring Data Sources in Tomcat
           Delegation and using JavaBeans
13. JSP and XML
           The XML Actions
           Applying XSLT transformations using JSTL
           Processing DOM objects using JSTL
14. Portals and Portlets
           What is a Portal
           What is a Portlet
           The JSR 168 Portlet Specification
           Implementing a Portlet
           Deploying a Portlet
15. Portlet States and Modes
           Working with Portlet States
           Working with Portlet Modes
           Implementing a Multi Mode Portlet
16. Creating Tag Libraries
           Creating tags
           Deploying tags
17. Enterprise Java Beans and JSP
           Overview of EJB
           Invoking EJBs from a Web application
           Design considerations
18. Securing Web Applications
           Security options for Web applications
           J2EE Principals and Roles
           Declarative security
           Programmatic security

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