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Developing Web Applications using Weblogic 8.1
WebLogic Training Overview:

This course provides hands-on experience building enterprise applications using all the BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1 products. BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1 is the development environment. This training prepares you to immediately contribute to sophisticated J2EE development projects.

WebLogic Training Prerequisites :

This course is intended for Java developers who need to develop J2EE applications using Weblogic Workshop. Java programming background is essential, J2EE experience is not essential. This course focuses on teaching the web development experience using Weblogic Workshop.

WebLogic Training Objectives:

  • Learn to use the Weblogic Workshop 8.1 tool to develop J2EE applications
  • Rapidly develop and deploy enterprise applications
  • Build enterprise-class Web services and J2EE-based applications
  • Integrate Web applications with packaged applications and legacy systems
  • Develop automated, asynchronous workflows that contain complex logic and human interaction
  • Construct interactive portals for accessing data, processes and applications
  • Test and debug applications in BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1
  • Manipulate XML data with XQuery and XMLBeans
WebLogic Training Course duration:

5 Days

WebLogic Training Course outline

Course Introduction
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Overview
  • Using the Workbook
  • Suggested References
BEA Weblogic Introduction
  • What is Java?
  • What is J2EE?
  • The J2EE Architecture
  • Servlets and JSPs
  • Enterprise Java Beans
  • Application Server
  • Web Container
  • EJB Container
  • Distributed Objects
  • BEA Weblogic Platform
  • Platform Setup Labs
  • Platform Setup Labs Cont..
Weblogic Workshop
  • Weblogic Workshop Introduction
  • Workshop Editions
  • Workshop Version 7
  • Workshop Screen components
  • Workshop Menus
  • Workshop Menus Cont.
  • Applications and Projects
  • Projects
  • Projects cont.
  • Workshop File Types
  • Simple JSP Development Walk-Through
  • Debugging Applications
  • Debugging Properties
  • Breakpoints
  • Resetting Weblogic Servers
  • Workshop Performance
Developing Web Applications
  • Web Applications Introduction
  • JSP Pages
  • JSP Elements (Expressions and Scriptlets)
  • JSP Implicit Objects
  • JSP Development in Workshop
  • JSP Development
  • JSP element configuration
  • Tag Libraries
  • netui-tags-html
  • Labs
Page Flows
  • What are Page Flows
  • What is Struts?
  • MVC/Model 2 Architecture
  • Struts and MVC
  • Page Flows vs. Struts
  • Page Flow Components
  • Flow View Icons
  • HTML Forms
  • Page Flow Creation Lab Cont.
  • Validation error messages
  • Form Creation Lab
  • Displaying Validation Messages
  • Form Creation Lab cont.
  • Form Data for Error Messages
  • Form Validation Lab cont.
  • Page Flow Tag Libraries
  • Form Validation Lab cont.
  • Labs
Web Services
  • Overview of Web Services
  • What does a Web service do?
  • What are the Standards
  • Weblogic Web Services
  • JWS Files
  • WSDL
  • Building a simple Web Service
  • Testing a simple Web Service
  • Using a WebService Control
  • Conversational Web Services
  • Conversational Web Services cont.
  • Labs
Java Controls
  • Java Controls
  • Built-in Controls
  • Database Controls
  • Generating Page Flows
  • EJB Control
  • EJB Control Lab cont.
  • Timer Control
  • What is JMS ?
  • Using JMS Controls
  • Using Web Service Controls
  • Web Service Control cont.
  • Building Custom Controls
  • Control Methods
  • Testing Custom Controls
  • Labs
  • Labs cont.
Application Deployment
  • Deployment Overview
  • Production vs Development Mode
  • Application Assembly
  • Ear files
  • Ear file Structure
  • Jar Files
  • War Files
  • Configuring the descriptors
  • Creating the Deployment files
  • LAB: Deploying through the Console
  • LAB: Undeploying through the Console
XML Beans
  • Using XML in Workshop
  • XML Schema
  • XMLBeans vs DOM/SAX
  • Schema to Java classes
  • Simple Application using XMLBeans
  • XMLBeans datatypes
  • Labs

 
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