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JAVA ENTERPRISE EDITION 6.0

1.    Introduction to JEE 6

Java EE Features, Extensibility, Profiles, Pruning, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Java Servlet, and Java Persistence API (JPA), Java API for RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) and Java Contexts and Dependency Injection (JCDI, previously known as Web Beans).

2.    Java Script

Introduction to JavaScript, Java script variables, Operators, Conditional statements, Functions, Loops, Popup Boxes, Events, Exception, Array, Validations.

3.    Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)

JBDC Driver Types, Processing ResultSets, ResultSetMetaData, Scrollable ResultSet, Prepared Statement, Callable Statement, Performing Batch Update.

4.    XML 

Explaining XML – well formed XML, valid XML-Understanding document structure – prologue, elements, attributes- XML parsers – DOM parsers, SAX parsers – Implementing XML DTDs, XML Namespaces, XML schema.

5.    Java Servlet Technology(3.0)

Annotations to define web components > @WebServlet @ServletFilter, Merging of annotations, fragments and web.xml,   Servlet 3.0 Async Processing .   @WebServlet(asyncSupported=true), ServletRequest.startAsync(…) to enter async mode , AsyncContext API to control async behavior > forward(String path) > start(Runnable action) > complete().

6.    Java Server Pages (JSP 2.2)

Introduction to JSP-The JSP Request-Response Cycle, Structure Of A JSP Page – JSP scripting elements and directives-, declarations, expressions, directives, scriplets, comments,actions,implicite JSP objects – Working with variable scopes – page scope, request scope, session scope, application scope- Using java beens,custom tags, Declare Default Content Type, Set Default Buffer Size, Jsp standard tag library 1.2,Expression Language 1.2.

Java Server Faces (JSF 2.0)

What is JSF -JSF releases -features-JSF components-JSF tags-JSF life cycle-JSF

architecture-JSF HTML tag references, using  JSF in JSP,JSF with Ajax,

7.    Enterprise Java Beans (EJB 3.1)

Singleton beans (@Singleton), Global JNDI name for a bean > java:global/(app)/(module)/(bean)#(interface)

EJB 3.1 Lite—: > Session beans (stateful, stateless, singletons) > Transaction and security attributes > Interceptors > ejb-jar.xml , Beans looked up by global name,(JPA 2.0)

8.    JavaMail 1.4.2

Understanding Protocols For Java Mail – SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MMIE- Java Mail Components – session management, message manipulation, mail storage and retrieval -Using Java Mail API – sending email and attachments, receiving e-mail. Improvements to InternetAddress parsing.,Better support for bogus messages. ,Significant rewrite of IMAP locking to avoid deadlocks.,Reduced memory usage for very large IMAP mailboxes,Message Delivery Notifications parsing support,Simplified SSL support,

9.     Web services

Defining web services – universal resource identification, XML based technologies, Concepts of Remote Method Invocation. DCOM, web service architecture, advantage of web services, Technologies behind web services – SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI,RESTful  Services,RESTful support in JAX-WS,Resouce Oriented Architecture.           

10.    Struts 2.0

Struts 2 Features and Architecture- Writing jsp, java and Configuration files – Action Forms – Validations Using Struts 2 Annotations – Struts 2 with MySQL Database

-  Struts 2 with AJAX , struts tags, Tiles

11.   Hibernate 3.0

Introduction to Hibernate 3.0,Hibernate Architecture,Hibernate Configurations,POJO (Plain Old Java Classes) classes and O/R Mapping,The Hibernate Query Language(HQL),Criteria Queries.

12.   Spring Framework 2.0

Introduction to Spring Framework, Spring Architecture, spring and Struts, Spring and Hibernate, Spring web MVC.

13.   AJAX with JAVA

Introducing AJAX, JavaScript for Ajax, Java and Ajax, Ajax with Servlet and JSP, XML and JSON for Ajax, Database Application with Ajax, Ajax libraries and Toolkits.

14.   Introduction to J2ME

Java platforms(J2SE-J2EE-J2ME), Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP)-CLDC-CDC, J2ME Development Kit, JVM-KVM,MIDlets-MIDlets API-MIDlet Lifecycle, Creating Applications using MIDlets.

15.   Introduction to JavaFX

Common Profile

User Interface Elements, Charts, Colors, Shapes, Fill Styles, Line Cap and Join Styles, Text, Transformations, Layout

Desktop Profile

Effects, Cursors