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    J2EE Syllabus

    • Object Persistence and Serialization
    • Introduction to Distributed Computing
    • RMI Architecture
    • Importance of RMI Registry
    • Developing Simple RMI application
    • Callback Implementation in RMI
    • Introduction to CORBA
    • CORBA for Distributed computing
    • ORB & IIOP
    • Interface Definition Language (IDL)
    • Java EE Architecture
    • Introduction to Java EE Components, Containers and
    • Connectors
    • Java EE Modules (Web App, EJB JAR, App Client)
    • Structure of Java EE Application (Enterprise Archive)
    • Packaging and Deploying Java EE Applications
    • Introduction to Naming Services
    • JNDI as Java API to Naming Services
    • Using JNDI
    • javax.sql package (Extension to JDBC)
    • DataSource and Connection Pool
    • Using JDBC and JNDI
    • Introduction to Server-Side Components
    • EJB Design Goals and Roles
    • EJB Architecture
    • Simplified EJB 3 API
    • Metadata Annotations in place of XML
    • RMI over IIOP
    • Session Bean
    • MessageDriven Bean
    • Entity Bean
    • Transactions
    • Security
    • Life Cycle Management
    • State and Persistence of EJB
    • Role of Business Interface
    • Remote and Local Interfaces
    • Session Bean Lifetime
    • Developing Stateless Beans
    • Developing Stateful Beans
    • Standalone and Web Clients
    • Designing Persistent Class
    • Entity Fields and Properties
    • Entity Instance Creation
    • Primary Keys and Entity Identity
    • Entity Relationships
    • Entity Operations
    • Entity Manager
    • Entity Instance Life Cycle
    • Persistence Context
    • Query API
    • Query Language
    • The ACID Test for Transactions
    • Introduction to JTS & JTA
    • Container-Managed Transactions
    • Bean-Managed Transactions
    • Transaction Attributes
    • Using JTA
    • Role-Driven Access Control
    • Security Identity
    • Security and the Deployment Descriptor
    • Using Security Roles
    • Accessing Security Information via EJBContext
    • Using JAAS to access secure EJB
    • Benefits of using JMS
    • Pub/Sub Model
    • Point-to-Point Model
    • Message Formats, Headers & Properties
    • How JMS fits into EJB system
    • Developing Message Driven Beans (MDB)
    • Introduction to Web Services
    • Service Oriented Architecture
    • Architecture and Advantages
    • SOAP Significance
    • WSDL Importance
    • Web Service Annotations
    • Implementing a Web Service
    • Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS)
    • Writing a Web Service Client

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