This course utilizes a combination of instructor-led discussions and interactive workshops to demonstrate the capabilities of IBM’s WebSphere Studio Application Developer IDE for the development of J2EE enterprise applications in an N-tier architecture. This course will illustrate the following topics; common workbench functions, integrated toolset support, development and deployment, import and export issues, application server configuration, JAR/WAR/EAR file concepts, team support, XML development, Web Services (UDDI, SOAP, WSDL), denote IDE migration strategies, Universal Test Client, EAR and WAR migration, JDBC data sources, JAR files, and VisualAge for Java migration strategies.
Each student should have a thorough understanding of the Java language and use of the VisualAge for Java IDE.
Lecture and Lab
Experienced Java and Web developers that are migrating their web application development efforts from another IDE toolset to IBM’s WebSphere Studio Application Developer v5.0.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
- Understand the capabilities of the WebSphere
Studio Application Developer
- Demonstrate project migration from VisualAge
for Java and WebSphere Studio to WSAD
- Configure WebSphere Application Server environment
- Illustrating team support issues
- Depict concepts of projects and perspectives
- Develop servlets, JSPs, JavaBeans and EJBs
- Design, create and deploy web services
- Define and configure resource providers:
JDBC, JMS and resource adapters
- Deploying applications to WebSphere Application
- Testing EJBs using the Universal Test Client
- Illustrate Struts development strategies