Course Name: BEA WebLogic Managers Overview
Brief Course Description: EJB from an academic, highly theoretical point of view.
Duration: 1 Day
Format: Instructor-led, Seminar
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of the IT industry
Assumed Audience: Non-Technical. Appropriate for business application sponsors, project leads, training managers and others whose role is primarily business-oriented. This course is aimed at those professionals who need to demystify the current set of technology offering available to build business applications.
Course Materials: 500+ pg text on EJB, Resource Pack with CD
Course Description Summary: In depth overview of EJB technologies relevant to Information Technology professionals, including all the important topics: Stateless and Stateful Session Beans, Entity Beans and Message Driven Beans.
- Overview of J2EE Architecture
- Overview of the J2EE Platform and its place in the programming world.
- Understanding the need for Application Servers
- What makes for a good Application Server
- Advantages and Disadvantages of using EJB Components
- Enterprise Development Roles
- EJB Server Provider
- EJB Container Provider
- Enterprise Bean Provider
- Deployment Specialist
- Application Assembler
- System Administrator
- Building J2EE Applications with BEA Weblogic 6.1
- Using Weblogic for J2EE applications
- Understanding the features and capabilities of Weblogic
- How Weblogic stacks up against the competition
- BEA Weblogic Server Administration
- Installing BEA Weblogic Server
- Managing an EJB Project
- Understanding Bean Types
- Are all EJBs created equal?
- Buying technology rather than writing it
- Pros and Cons of using EJB: discussed
- Is EJB the right choice for your next software project?
- Session Beans
- Complete Overview of Session Beans
- Stateless vs. Stateful Session Beans Discussed
- Remote Method Invocation – RMI: What is it? Why do we care?
- Understanding the EJB Configuration files
- A look into EJB Security
- Entity Beans
- Overview of Bean Managed Persistence – BMP
- Overview of Container Managed Persistence – CMP
- Advantages and Disadvantages of using Entity Bean Components
- Understanding transactions
- Message-Driven Beans
- Understanding the interfaces of MDB's
- A look at JMS
- Practical uses
- Writing and configuration
When the student leaves the course... The student will gain a complete understanding of all the terminology and features of EJB. He/She will feel confident in their ability to intelligently discuss all the important features and expertly lead and manage an EJB development project. Students will understand why they care about EJB!!!
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