EJB & Web Services

EJB & Web Services

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EJB & Web Services Course

Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is a managed, server software for modular construction of enterprise software, and one of several Java APIs. EJB is a server-side software component that encapsulates the business logic of an application. The EJB specification is a subset of the Java EE specification. An EJB web container provides a runtime environment for web related software components, including computer security, Java servlet lifecycle management, transaction processing, and other web services.

Why Config Software for EJB & Web Services?

Our EJB & Web Services course is designed to prepare the students for global IT market and current job trends. Following features are covered throughout the course:

  • Transparent understanding of Object Oriented Programming (OOP) with real world scenarios.
  • Best coding practices(methods, classes, variables etc)
  • Logic buildings
  • Performance factors and application optimization
  • Achieving Reusability and Maintainability in a software
  • Best practices for Database accessing
  • Best practices for Data Structure operations
  • Best practices for GUI
  • Regular practice material(lab exercise, object questions, interview question)
  • Support: 17 hours daily support through (Phone, Email, Forum, Face to Face support from software development team members)
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Enterprise Java Bean- EJB

  • EJB introduction
  • Features of EJB
  • Types of EJB
  • Multitier EJB architecture
  • First EJB app
  • EJB and RMI working flow
  • Directory Server and JNDI
  • Types of Session Beans Stateful¬†EJB,Stateless EJB,Bean Caching, Bean Pooling
  • Access database in EJB app through connection pooling
  • Middle ware services introduction
  • JMS and Message Driven Beans(MDB)
  • Topic and Queue based messaging
  • Entity beans or JPA or Hibernate as alternative

Web Service

  • Introduction to WS
  • Where the WS are required?
  • Features of WS
  • Web Services cross platform & language architecture
  • Technologies used to develop the web services
  • WSDL and Global register
  • Java-WS example to develop web services
  • Writing Web Service Client
  • Consuming web services from Desktop and Web clients
  • RESTFul Web Services introduction
  • Developing simple application using RESTFul
  • Conclusion

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